The PolyCom road stabilising system is gaining traction from state to state as Councils across Australia celebrate savings on their unsealed road maintenance.
From the south of Victoria to northern New South Wales and beyond, insitu stabilising with PolyCom Stabilising Aid is changing the face of road maintenance.
In the last two months alone, the Australian made polymer binder has worked its way through naturally occurring sub grade to crushed rock prior for a large number of road construction and earthworks projects across the country. From unsealed roads and access roads, to airfields, harvesting roads, carparks and driveways, PolyCom is extremely versatile.
Not only does PolyCom enable cash strapped councils and civil road makers to produce a stronger pavement with the materials at hand. The increase in resistance to water ingress and traffic wear on roads treated with the innovative stabilising aid results in a significant drop in road maintenance requirements, saving time, money and resources.
PolyCom works in difficult materials that would normally be cut to spoil, including those with a high clay content.
Distributed by Earthco Projects in Victoria, NSW and Tasmania, PolyCom Stabilising Aid is a trusted polymer stabiliser used for over 12 years in the field. With a fast application process that does not require an investment in specialised equipment, it's easy to understand why councils are turning to the PolyCom stabilising system.
Click here to find out how to apply PolyCom to almost any material. Email the Earthco Projects team at email@example.com for pricing and information.