Home 9 StabilRoad 9 Process

COMPOSITION

Laboratory tests performed on the soil to define the precise composition, the amount of cement needed and the amount of StabilRoad® additive

APPLICATION

Cement and StabilRoad® additive are applied on the soil

MIXING

The soil stabilizer mixes the entire soil with cement and StabilRoad® and adds the required amount of water during mixing

COMPACTION

The cross-linked soil is compacted by the rolling method and the top layer is levelled and smoothed with a grader

ROLLING

Final compaction is completed by rolling using a smooth roller

CURING

Depending on the weather conditions the stabilized surface is cured with water, to ensure the required humidity in the hardening process

ECOLOGICAL ADVANTAGE

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Less energy consumption

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Less release of harmful exhaust gases

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Less usage of non-renewable natural resources

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No contamination of the soil

Execution Procedure

  • In-situ Stabilization of upto 50 cm thick, filled up embankment soil of CBR value > 5% , P.I < 20% by cold in-situ recycling using cement and stabiliser (additive) of required quantity as per design mix.123
  • Cement is spread on the embankment soil using a mobile truck mounted Containerized Cement Spreader with Microprocessor-controlled Weighing and Spreading mechanism.
  • Additive of desired quantity is spread over with tractor mounted Containerized Additive Spreader.
  • The in-situ stabilization for the desired depth is carried out by a Mechanized Recycler.
  • The resultant pulverized mix is compacted using a 20 ton Pad Foot Roller and profiled to the required grade, level and thickness using a Grader and rolled with a Smooth Wheel 8-10 ton Tandem Vibratory Roller and Pneumatic Tyre Roller to achieve a Field Density of > 98%.
  • The process is completed with curing.
  • The pavement achieves an Unconfined Compressive Strength (UCS) value of 4.5 MPa in 28 days.