Roadways fail because they wear out under the load of traffic and due to weather induced slow decay.
Deterioration will happen, gradually but surely - within five, ten or twenty years, depending on how a road was initially built. Adinotec's technology can be deployed to put that moment off into an ever more distant future.
Adinotec's technology goes to the heart of a road's body: the base course. The black top is any roads pretty face. But what goes on inside the body determines its health. The fundamentals are:
These five parameters determine the lifespan of roadways.
Perenium is Adinotec's flagship brand. It encompasses a range of products which all of them have a decisive effect on all five road-health indicators:
Perenium LX is a latex based Polymer in liquid form. It is combined with hydraulic binders used in base course stabilisation, but also in soil improvement measures under difficult conditions.
Perenium DX is a re-emulsifiable latex-based Polymer-powder. Precisely dosed with liquid it supplements hydraulic binders in stabilising difficult soils used in base courses.
Perenium F1 is a combination of latex-based Polymer powder blended with synthetic fibres. In conjunction with hydraulic binders it is used to stabilise extremely soft soil varieties.
All products are combined with a bespoke in-situ application method. Adinotec delivers a scientifically grounded technology package to assures optimum efficiency in construction:
In-situ-application means there is no need for excavating the old road aggregate and trucking it away to landfills or to recycling plants. Adinotec's process re-mills all acceptable old asphalt and aggregates to obtain a homogenous grain-size range. The in-situ-reworked aggregate material is evenly blended with hydraulic binder material and Perenium in precisely measured quantities and during accurately timed working windows to yield optimum strength and water resistance. Toxic residues in the old roadbeds are neutralised. Also, since no new material has to be brought in, the project carbon footprint can be cut down below a tenth compared with traditional road construction methods.
Faster work progression, less truck runs, shorter closing times for traffic - they all result in cost savings and in an environmentally sustainable way of building roadways.