Procedure

Soil stabilisation is essentially a quick and easy procedure. However, in order to achieve a successful and lasting result, experienced machine operators and construction supervisors are required in addition to technically suitable machinery.

Moreover, a soil analysis and a suitability test are essential before construction work commences. Compared with conventional soil stabilisation, additional requirements are placed on all those involved in the processing of NovoCrete®. Since a successful outcome and high quality are important to us during the processing procedure, we support our partners in all stages of the project.


Example: the rehabilitation of a road

Milling and breaking up old asphalt
   
         
> Milling off the old asphalt coating   > Breaking up the remaining asphalt coating with a grubber (optional)   > Mixing and crushing asphalt and ballast using a stone mill (optional)
Spreading NovoCrete® and cement and milling them into the soil
> Applying the exact quantity of NovoCrete® defined (according to the suitability test) > Applying the exact quantity of cement defined (according to the suitability test)

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Milling the NovoCrete®/cement mixture into the native soil while adding water

Compacting, smoothing and irrigating
> Compaction with a smooth roller (8–12 tons) > Using a grader to create the finish grade > Irrigating the surface to prevent it from drying out
Applying the new asphalt coating
> Applying the new asphalt coating

The new asphalt coating can be applied after just 24 hours.
This is usually dimensioned to be much thinner than the conventional top layers applied in the road construction sector.

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