Runway Reliability—Stable Soils Make the Difference

In a recent article published in Airport Business August/September issue, Mark Richardson discusses how soil stabilization makes the difference in runway reliability.

Faulted joints on airport runways, taxiways, and aprons aren’t necessarily anyone’s fault. Sometimes it is simply a matter of time and moisture and the low, steady movement of soils beneath the surface. For busy airfields with no time or budget for full-depth repair and replacement, URETEK and its industry-leading 486 Star® polymer are the winning combination that keeps critical airport assets smooth and stable for years to come.

Read the full article at: Airport Business Product Profile

Technician on airport runway working beneath the surface

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