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ENVIROBED: The alternative to resin-based mortars

Posted: Friday 2nd July 2010

There are many influencing factors towards ironwork failure: 1) Larger carriers and payloads (44 tonne on 6 axle have been permitted since 1994), 2) a high proportion of ironwork is installed in wheel tracks in carriageways, 3) traffic volume has increased by over 135% in the last 30 years and continues to rise, and 4) changes in cover frame materials.

Ultracrete ENVIROBED is a revolutionary, next generation, environmentally friendly bedding mortar alternative to resin-based materials. It is supplied as a two-component system which contains a blend of special cements, polymer graded aggregates and recycled glass.

The combined components provide a high performance mortar, which can accommodate depths of 10-50mm in one pass. If necessary, greater depths can be achieved by using a layer-upon-layer method.

Envirobed can more than meet today’s tough highway demands, providing a simple to use performance specification product, aiding sustainability and environmental targets.

Envirobed:

· Is part of the Ultracrete BBA/HAPAS Approved Ironwork Reinstatement System

· Can be used in wet weather conditions

· Contains recycled glass

· Can be used at temperatures as low as 1°C

· Environmentally friendly – no hazardous waste disposal

· Can accommodate depths from 10-50mm in one pass

· Early trafficking

· Early tensile strengths provide significant resistance to heavy trafficking (5.8N/mm˛ tensile strength after 3 hours)

For further information on Ultracrete ENVIROBED, or any other products for highway maintenance, ironwork reinstatement, or pothole repair call ULTRACRETE on +44(0)1827 871871, email envirobed@instarmac.co.uk or visit www.ultracrete.co.uk




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