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The Patcher is state-of-the-art equipment designed for partial repairs of roads, using grit and binder.

The concept behind the machine is to feed the working head with grit, binder and air, each through a separate hose. The grit is enclosed in emulsion, inside the head, and the created mixture is set under pressure into the existing defect, pothole or crack in the pavement.

 

 

 

Work stages:

 


 
 
 
STAGE I:
Cleaning of the defect in the pavement, using pressurised air that comes out of the working head.

STAGE II:
The air coming out of the head is mixed with binder, which fills all the cavities of the defect, thus enhancing its stability.

STAGE III:
The air and binder mix is enriched with grit, which is enclosed into the binder and set into the defect at a very high speed. The filled defect is then covered with a thin layer of dry grit.

 

 
 
Applications:
 
  • ELIMINATING OF LOCAL DEFECT IN THE PAVEMENT
  • ELIMINATING OF POTHOLES AND CRACKS THAT APPEARED DURING THE WINTER
  • LEVELLING OF PAVEMENT EDGES
  • REPAIRING OF PAVEMENTS NEAR INSPECTION CHAMBERS, SEWER MANHOLES, ETC.


This machine does away with the necessity to use multiple machines, as in the traditional technology. This equipment is operated by 1-2 people. It is very efficient and simple in operation, and the road is ready to use immediately after repair.
 
The entire machine is controlled via the panel located at the working head.

The built-in oil burner enables the heating and maintaining the proper temperature of the binder inside the patcher's tank