Infrared Asphalt Patching

Infrared Asphalt technology is the most cost-effective solution that will help you to extend the life-span of your pavement surface at low price. This is why we offer Infrared Patching, this method of asphalt patch and road repair services offers state of the art technology and application method that is a long lasting and inexpensive solution in comparison to conventional asphalt repair methods.

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We are among the best Infrared Asphalt Repair Companies in Ontario that offer the only seamless asphalt repair services. This highly revolutionary technique blends the hot mix asphalt using infrared heaters to recycle 100% of the existing asphalt to create a seamless asphalt restoration.

Infrared technology is still not widely known in Ontario and so we would like to introduce you to the principles of the Infrared and show you how you can apply these principles to permanent asphalt road repair and asphalt restoration. When it comes to keep your asphalt pavement in tip-top shape, the best way to repair your asphalt is Infrared asphalt patching.

We have discovered that there appears to be misinformation in our current market pertaining to “infrared” asphalt reclaiming. We hope that the following information will help to clear up some of the confusion. We hope this information package will help you to ask the right questions to determine your exact needs and specifications.

APPLICATIONS FOR INFRARED USAGE

  • Utility Cuts
  • Potholes
  • Man Hole Covers
  • Expansion Joints
  • Key Holes
  • Birdbaths
  • Catch Basins
  • Reworking Curbs
  • Placing rings for resurfacing over man holes
  • Leveling seams in parking lots and roadways
  • Building up road shoulders and drain gutters
  • Underground cables
  • Cracked areas with a base
  • Bridge and ramp work
  • Leveling frost heaves

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How We Provide Better Asphalt Patches & Road Repairs at Lower Costs.

Let us take a typical utility cut for example: CONVENTIONAL METHOD: After the backfill is replaced and compacted, a few inches of temporary asphalt patch is placed to cap the trench. Depending on traffic and weather conditions, this patch may need constant care to keep it in place until the trench is settled sufficiently to allow the permanent patch to be placed. The permanent patch usually calls for cutting 6 to 12 inches beyond the original cut, removing this material, as well as the temporary patch material, and replacing with new asphaltic concrete.

Infrared Asphalt Patching Method

Done permanently in much less time and is less expensive. In place of the temporary cold patch material we suggest using permanent hot mix asphalt in sufficient depth immediately after backfill of the trench. After a 30 to 90 day settlement period, INFRARED is applied to the patch. This old material and the new material will be softened. As soon as the material is workable, it will be raked 6 to 12 inches beyond the original cut to blend the joint together. New hot material will be added, as necessary to bring to grade. Proper compaction of this heated material will create a thermal bond to the surrounding pavement.

When comparing INFRARED to any other method of asphalt patching and repair, it is obvious that this is the most permanent and least expensive method of repairing cuts in asphaltic concrete pavement. It saves the cost of a temporary patch and the cost of cutting the pavement and removing the cold patch material. Highway Departments, Utility Companies, private industry, or wherever pavement problems occur, we welcome the opportunity to solve your pavement patching problems and to demonstrate the quality and cost effectiveness of this method.

By being able to work in many types of conditions that would restrict the conventional methods of asphalt repairs currently practiced, infrared repairs have proven to be a superior, more cost-effective, environmentally friendly and faster way to repair damaged asphalt.