Laboratory tests performed on the soil to define the precise composition, the amount of cement needed and the amount of StabilRoad® additive
Cement and StabilRoad® additive are applied on the soil
The soil stabilizer mixes the entire soil with cement and StabilRoad® and adds the required amount of water during mixing
The cross-linked soil is compacted by the rolling method and the top layer is levelled and smoothed with a grader
Final compaction is completed by rolling using a smooth roller
Depending on the weather conditions the stabilized surface is cured with water, to ensure the required humidity in the hardening process
Less energy consumption
Less release of harmful exhaust gases
Less usage of non-renewable natural resources
No contamination of the soil
- 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.