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Bedding. Jointing. Sealing. Bovington Army Camp

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Bedding. Jointing. Sealing. Bovington Army Camp

by Instarmac Group plc

BS 7533 is able to cope with extreme traffic conditions. The MOD tanks at Bovington Tank Facility required a surface suited to support upwards of 1000 standard axles per day. Damaged concrete was removed to allow the installation of Pro-Bed HS which conforms to the street demands of BS7533. The granite setts employed to withstand the exceptional surface impact, wear and tear, were laid on to the sub-base and grouted and secured with Flowpoint rapid setting grout. As part of a follow up site visit, it was found that although having been subjected to significant impact from an array of heavy duty army vehicles for more than four years, virtually no degeneration had resulted.

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