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Infrared Patching

Infrared Patching is a cost effective method to repair potholes, adjust minor grade needs, and to repair existing surface deterioration.

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Infrared patching is also a technique used in the repair of asphalt pavements. It involves the use of infrared technology to heat the damaged area of the pavement, which allows the existing material to be re-melted and re-compacted, creating a seamless repair.


The process begins with the removal of any debris from the damaged area and the application of a tack coat to help the new material bond with the existing pavement. The infrared heater is then positioned over the damaged area, and it is used to heat the pavement to a temperature between 300°F and 400°F, depending on the type of asphalt being used.

Once the pavement has been heated to the proper temperature, new asphalt is added to the damaged area and compacted using a roller. The heat from the infrared heater helps to ensure that the new material bonds with the existing pavement, creating a seamless repair.

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Infrared patching is a fast and efficient method for repairing damaged asphalt pavements, and it can be completed in a matter of hours, compared to traditional patching methods which can take several days. The process is also more environmentally friendly than traditional patching methods, as it generates less waste and does not require the use of heavy machinery.


In summary, infrared patching is a cost-effective and environmentally friendly method for repairing damaged asphalt pavements, and it can help to extend the life of the pavement and improve the overall appearance and safety of the road.

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