SoilTech Mk. III , a third generation polymer binder and is the flagship product of the company. It is a road stabilization agent specifically designed for mine haul-road stabilization, where excessive loading occurs and where all-weather roads are required. This technology is now used in commercial road design. SoilTech Mk. III has been extensively utilized in base and sub-base stabilization using in-situ materials, throughout the developing world.
SoilTech stabilizing polymers are elastomers, which gain strength from mechanical compaction and do not become brittle when cured. The elastomer is able to flex under load and unlike cement stabilization, will not crack under excessive loading – one aspect in reducing layer work in design phases.
SoilTech MK III stabilizers have been purposely designed to penetrate through the road's base layer, into the sub-base layer, via capillary action. This sub-base strengthening process is of significant importance as we are not only stabilizing the road's base layer, but also creating a semi-bound sub-base. From a road design perspective, a strengthened sub-base may negate the need for further layer-works. SoilTech, in many instances, transforms insitu materials that would normally be classified as unusable or waste materials, into suitably modified aggregates, for use in base and sub-base layer construction.
Smart Road Materials are technological advancements in polymer technology that drives our innovation in new construction methodologies.