Potholes are a problem for all road users and winter weather conditions can only exacerbate the difficulties of dealing with damaged roads. But a company in Denmark, Geveko Markings, has come up with a clever way to repair potholes using thermoplastic.
According to its website, its ChipFill® system is specifically designed thermoplastic for repairing cracks and smaller holes to minimise the risk of water entering them and making them bigger. The process only takes about 20 minutes and can be performed without the need for bulky machinery, all that’s required is a brush and a gas burner. The surface is then sprinkled with anti-skid aggregates and then it’s ready for use.
You can also see the Geveko Markings team in action on the company’s YouTube channel.
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