GRT4000 is a revolutionary polymer solution used to repair a wide variety of road failure types from filling small potholes to large continuous patches. Repairs can be made in granular pavements with a variety of different surface treatments and can be engineered as temporary or permanent repairs.
Additionally, it is the only consistently successful approach to patching in unsealed roads.
Saving time, money and resources GRT4000 is mixed with water and locally available granular materials, the existing in situ pavement, or manufactured road base. The polymer is added to the “squared up” damaged area where it bonds with the surrounding material, creating a semi-flexible and water-resistant patch proven to last as well as the original road.
Areas repaired with GRT4000 are more cost effective than traditional patching materials, whilst still being resilient and semi-flexible. Achieving full strength quickly, the treated area remains intact and stable through extreme weather conditions, including heavy rains and high-temperatures.
Best of all, roads repaired using GRT4000 can be used almost with minimal delays after the repair has been made, minimising disruptions to road users and improving maintenance productivity.
Compared to conventional patching and repair products and processes, GRT4000 Pothole Patch:
- Improves safety for workers by eliminating hazards such as hot works and cement burns associated with asphalt or cement-based repairs.
- Offers tensile strength properties lacking in cementitious repairs.
- Provides immediate cost benefits
- Requires only water, in situ or local materials and a compactor
- Repairs can be accomplished by as little as one labourer
- Process is easily translated into developing countries with unsophisticated equipment
- Has a very low toxicity (to both staff and the environment), particularly compared with traditional bitumen, asphalt or cement based repair products
Polymer Modified Cement
Polymer modified cement created by Global Road Technology is a combination of cementitious binder, GRT polymer, water and granular material. These components are mixed together and compacted in the early stages of the hydration process to form a pavement layer that is subsequently cured.
Effective soil binder & erosion control
GRT-ENVIRO SOIL BINDER & EROSION CONTROL is an organic soil conditioner based on a water-soluble polymer. This product can be added to irrigation water to reduce soil erosion by agglomerating fine particles that otherwise would be carried away by surface water runoff.
Counter Terrorism Landmine Clearance Technology
An expeditionary product with unique morphology, GRT1000 aids in the detection of sub-surface threats, such as landmines. Invisible to the naked eye, this patented state-of-the-art solution warns armed forces when roads and tracks have been disturbed.
Aerial Deployed Dust Control
An aerial deployed, military grade dust control solution, GRT2000 establishes dust free temporary landing zones in the operational theatre within minutes. Not relying on ground based combat engineers, it can be delivered almost anywhere, mitigating brownouts and improving safety.
Self Healing Runways
A novel biomimetic formulation, GRT3000 is designed to facilitate rapid construction of tactical and emergency self-healing runways in the operational theatre. Providing substantial increases in compression as well as tensile strength, GRT3000 runways are ultrathin and failure resilience.
(Black) Dust Control Polymer Sealant
Engineered to combat the problems of fugitive dust and soil stabilization on unpaved roads, GRT8000 compounds with each application to bind dust particles together. Preventing dust from becoming airborne, overtime applications can be reduced and eventually stopped.
(Black) Polymer Soil Stabilization
GRT’s most advanced polymer soil stabilization product, GRT9000 is engineered for use in the construction of high-quality and cost-effective pavements. Mitigating surface degradation, GRT9000 bonds soil or pavement particles together, improving compressive strengths, high tensile resilience and water impermeability.