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Bridge crack repair in the Philippines.

Make Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender part of your bridge preventative maintenance program. Repair cracks as they develop when they are small. Don’t let small cracks turn into big problems. Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender™ is extremely tough and will withstand even the harshest punishment. Use all year long… may be applied at temperatures as low as -20° F with excellent results.

The Gilbert Bridge in the Philippines.

Crack repairs on the Gilbert bridge in the Philippines with Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender.

Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender is great repairing surface cracks in a bridge deck. The flow-and-go application along with the 10 minute cure time allow repair crews to get on and off the bridge quickly. Traffic can be returned to the bridge in just 10 minutes after application.  In the Philippines, crews often work at night when traffic is low and working conditions are cooler.

 

Crack repairs on the Gilbert bridge in the Philippines with Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender.

Crews work in teams. One person shoots the Concrete Mender from 600ml cartridges, one person applies filler sand, and one person trowels the repair smooth.

Sunset photo of the Bantum Bridge in the Philippines.

Workers repairing cracks in the Bantum Bridge in the Philippines using Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender.

Workers repairing cracks in the Bantum Bridge in the Philippines using Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender.

 

 

What are the reasons DOT’s Roadware?

1) “Safety for the driving public.” Roadware repairs are ready for traffic in 10 minutes. Lane closure time is dramatically reduced.

2) “Safety for my crew.” The interstate is a dangerous work environment, the quicker repairs are made, the less exposure to the hazards of working on a heavily traveled interstate.

3) “Saves a lot of money.” Quick cure times, easy mixing, straight forward application, and good long term performance makes Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender a good value. After a few days of training, the crew was able to repair a bridge in half a day. One district in Wisconsin saved about $1500 per bridge over conventional repair methods. No overnight lane closures are needed and crews are more productive with less equipment requirements.