Infrared Process

The infrared process works by using propane mixed with air to increase heat. In turn, this extreme heat is absorbed by a patented ceramic blanket that, when heated, emits approximately 18,500 BTU's per square foot. In less than ten minutes the blanket will heat the asphalt to 350 degrees 2.5" deep or the carfare course in an area as large as 102 square feet per ten minute heat. The infrared heat will not burn the asphalt. Therefore the result is asphalt equivalent to fresh plant mix. In most cases, fresh mix is added from a heated hot box to bring the grade of the patch to the proper height. The patch is them compacted to form a seamless patch.

Effective in the repair of:       

 Potholes

 Failed pavement joints

 Asphalt removal from wood and concrete      

 Oil spots in parking areas

 Dips in the road/parking lot

 Raising manhole and utility covers

 Joint repair: concrete and asphalt

 Re-grading onto existing pavement

 Repairing approachables

 Levelling frost heaves and trip hazards

Benefits

Not only does infrared repair create a higher-quality, longer-lasting, repair by establishing a thermal bond with the surrounding pavement preventing seams for water to re-enter and cause joint failure, but it also comes with numerous other benefits to you, to your client, (and to the planet!). 

Save Time

Repairs can be made at a fraction of the time of conventional methods, and your road, parking lot or driveway can be open to traffic immediately after.

Save Money

Savings realized in materials, manpower and machinery make infrared the only choice if you are looking for greater value over more traditional methods.

Save Resources

Recycling existing asphalt reduces waste by 80%, and less machinery is required to get the job done... that's something we can all feel good about!