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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...
15 January 2010 | Asphalt
The importance of accurate moisture measurement and control By David Serra, international sales manager with Hydronix Ltd When a panel of industry quality-control experts was asked what...
15 January 2010 | Asphalt
The latest development from Bernardi Impianti SpA Italian manufacturers Bernardi Impianti SpA, who have been building asphalt plants for more than 50 years and have in excess of 1,000 plants...
15 January 2010 | Asphalt
Fayat Group companies ATS and Marini develop double-drum solution for German road contractorWhen German road contractors Johann Bunte sought to reduce their energy consumption in a bid to optimize...
15 January 2010 | Asphalt
Road authorities across Europe are using light-coloured asphalt in tunnels to cut lighting costs without compromising driver safety. James Freeman, national special products manager at Tarmac, looks...
15 January 2010 | Asphalt
Allan Grossart, market development manager with TOTAL Bitumen, examines the industry’s response to environmental challengesGlobal warming has increased awareness of environmental and societal...
15 January 2010 | Asphalt
Producing asphalt at lower temperatures has become an important aim of material suppliers and Shell Bitumen think they have the solution – a ‘warm blend’ of bitumen bindersIt is...
15 January 2010 | Asphalt
The drive for carbon-efficient road construction and maintenance is gathering pace, with the benefits of foamed bitumen becoming increasingly recognized. Mike Walter reports on ‘Nyfoam’...
25 November 2009 | Asphalt
Baseefa have recently been involved in a review of the use of recycled fuel oil (RFO) heating systems to establish whether such plant and associated equipment falls within the scope of the ATEX...
05 January 2009 | Asphalt
The performance and sustainability benefitsPolymer-modified bitumens (PMBs) are often hailed as the universal panacea to all pavement problems, but this is a fallacy in the same way that supercars...
Tagged in: Shell Bitumen
05 January 2009 | Asphalt
Ammann look to the future with 100% RAP recycling Every 10 to 20 years or so asphalt road surfaces require either partial or full replacement, due to the effects of ageing, damage or increased...
05 January 2009 | Asphalt
New Benninghoven asphalt plant for SteelPhalt in RotherhamSteelPhalt’s new asphalt production plant in Rotherham is designed to meet asphalt contractors’ demands for a wide range of high-...
05 January 2009 | Asphalt
Colas and Balfour Beatty have reached the half-way stage in a challenging runway construction and refurbishment project on the Isle of Man. Jon Masters reportsPhase one of runway reconstruction at...
01 July 2008 | Asphalt
In Gloucestershire the need to upgrade the A40 would have meant extra landfill costs because of the presence of tar. Instead the council is using Tarmac’s FoamMaster road recycling product,...
Tagged in: Tarmac
01 July 2008 | Asphalt
Proving that, like humans, even roads can benefit from a little more fibre, The University of Sheffield has passed a major milestone in its EcoLanes project which seeks to use steel fibre from post-...

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