specialist road surfacing, slurry seal, microsurfacing, asphalt and surface dressing
specialist road surfacing, slurry seal, microsurfacing, asphalt and surface dressing
     
 
specialist road surfacing, slurry seal, microsurfacing, asphalt and surface dressing
specialist road surfacing, slurry seal, microsurfacing, asphalt and surface dressing
specialist road surfacing, slurry seal, microsurfacing, asphalt and surface dressing
specialist road surfacing, slurry seal, microsurfacing, asphalt and surface dressing

 

specialist road surfacing, slurry seal, microsurfacing, asphalt and surface dressing
Road Seal Application
specialist road surfacing, slurry seal, microsurfacing, asphalt and surface dressing
Road Seal Application
 
specialist road surfacing, slurry seal, microsurfacing, asphalt and surface dressing
Road Seal I Surface

After a period of time, existing asphalt (tarmac) surfaces begin to break down and display signs of fatigue and weathering. The most common method of preventative maintenence is to use a surface treatment. Road Seal provides this level of protection and restores the surface to last for years to come.

What is Road Seal I?

Road Seal I is our proprietary brand of slurry seal surfacing. It is a bitumen based material which is applied over existing surfaces. Road Seal waterproofs and seals the surface from water ingress and deterioration. It also provide a skid resistant, textured running surface free from loose aggregate. When it is laid, the surface appears brown, but dries as a textured black surface. After curing, it provides a very tough, durable and long lasting surface.

How is Road Seal I Made?
The principal materials used to create road seal are aggregate, bitumen emulsion, and filler, mixed together according to a laboratory's design-mix formula. The aggregate must be clean, crushed, durable, properly graded, and uniform.

Bitumen emulsions serve as a binder, holding the crushed aggregate together and adhering the new Road Seal surfacing to the old surface over which it is being applied. Various emulsions and aggregates are used to meet the conditions, specifications, and requirements of the individual project.

This system is suitable for many applications from residential driveways to roads, airport runways, taxiways and carparks.

Slurry Seal surfacing provides an efficient and cost effective alternative to traditional asphalt surfaces. Developed in Germany in the 1930's, this is a tried and tested system, used worlwide for various applications due to its effectiveness and economy.

William Daw Road Contractors will not only carry out county council contracts, but also offer this surfacing method to industrial, commercial and domestic customers.

How is Road Seal applied?
Road Seal is made in specially designed truck-mounted equipment. This equipment carries a quantity of unmixed materials which are blended together in a continuous flow. The use of this technologically advanced machinery insures a textured, consistently uniform mixture.

Road Seal is made quickly and accurately at the project site. Mixing and spreading are accomplished in one continuous operation, with the surface being reopened to traffic within a few hours.

Road Seal creates a textured surface with no loose aggregate.

Cost benefits

The cost is substantially lower than for traditional asphalt surfacing. Dramatically rising costs of traditional asphalt surfacing methods make Road Seal a cost effective and high quality alternative. We will be pleased to provide a no-obligation quote.


 
 
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specialist road surfacing, slurry seal, microsurfacing, asphalt and surface dressing
  We offer a range of services to suit your requirements
specialist road surfacing, slurry seal, microsurfacing, asphalt and surface dressing
  We work with a varied range of clients.
specialist road surfacing, slurry seal, microsurfacing, asphalt and surface dressing
  We offer traditional and modern solutions
Road Seal I - Slurry Seal
The durable, cost effective solution
A bitumen based material which is applied over existing surfaces