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16 January 2013 | Asphalt
How technical innovations from Total Bitumen are delivering practical and successful solutions Following the introduction of Total’s new Styrelf range, the product’s profile has been...
16 January 2013 | Asphalt
USK Mlada Boleslav choose a Cat AP555E asphalt paver for a demanding rural road project in the Czech Republic The rural roads near Brandys nad Labem, in the heart of the Czech Republic, may not be...
Tagged in: Asphalt Paving
13 January 2012 | Asphalt
In April 2010 Hanson became the first company in the UK to produce and lay low-energy asphalt, and eight months later launched their own production process, Hanson ERA, which reduces carbon emissions...
Tagged in: Asphalt Technology
13 January 2012 | Asphalt
The importance of moisture control in asphalt production In the current economic climate asphalt producers are not only under increasing pressure to maintain or reduce costs, but also have to...
17 August 2011 | Asphalt
Bomag launch ‘Dash-5’ light tandem rollers Compact equipment manufacturers Bomag have recently introduced their new generation of vibrating light tandem rollers – the Dash-5...
12 January 2011 | Asphalt
A study on the ageing of bituminous bindersBy Corina Hill, Martin Heslop, Iswandaru Widyatmoko, Richard Elliott and Donna JamesAs one of the main factors affecting the durability of asphalt pavements...
12 January 2011 | Asphalt
Delivering long-lasting roads and reducing environmental impacts By Colin Loveday, Director of Technology and Quality at Tarmac Highways industry efforts to cut the carbon emissions...
12 January 2011 | Asphalt
Tayset – a sustainable asphalt developed for Scotland By Dennis Day, Nynas UK, Richard Cranney and Wayne Fortune, Tayside Contracts, and Moray Newlands, University of Dundee Tayset is...
12 January 2011 | Asphalt
Hanson say they have become the first company in the UK to produce and lay low-energy asphalt in a move that reduces the level of carbon emissions associated with asphalt production for road laying...
12 January 2011 | Asphalt
Developments in warm-mix production Over recent years, a new term has come into usage in the asphalt vocabulary, namely ‘warm asphalt mixes’. A general increase in environmental...
Tagged in: Asphalt Technology
12 January 2011 | Asphalt
Another step towards ‘green roads’ Natural fluctuations in the global climate occur over periods ranging from a few years to millions of years. For more than two-and-a-half centuries...
12 January 2011 | Asphalt
An alternative method of calculating the condition and residual life of composite pavements has been developed and validated in Portsmouth – advancing techniques of pavement management in the...
12 January 2011 | Asphalt
Vögele InLine Pave train used in construction of new Federal highway in GermanyDuring construction of the B178(n) Federal highway near Löbau, in Germany, the focus was on a high standard of pavement...
14 May 2010 | Asphalt
MQP eliminate the use of virgin fuel oil across their West Midlands asphalt plants by developing a groundbreaking ‘igniter’ system with MixlanceAs the UK gears up for a low-carbon economy...
15 January 2010 | Asphalt
Harold Wylie of Enviroflo Engineering Ltd explains how to turn a commercial downturn into an upturn, by ‘not burning money’ in asphalt plantsIn any production downturn the natural...

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