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Emcol International

Emcol International
  • Emcol International established in 1976

  • Following extensive R&D, Emcol IRR had been invented

  • Revolutionised the market for road repair and maintenance

  • Emcol IRR now manufactured under license in over 20 countries

Emcol IRR - a product you can believe in
  • Emcol IRR is a cold mix technology

  • An instant and permanent repair for potholes

  • Requires no heating and is applied direct from the container

  • No need for any mixing, priming or over-sealing

  • Repairs can be opened to traffic immediately upon completion

Emcol IRR - a versatile product
  • Emcol IRR is an instant repair compound used in road and runway repairs

  • It repairs potholes, cracks and depressions in asphalt, tarmac and concrete

  • It can be used for motorways, airfields, car parks, docks and industrial areas, paths and driveways

Emcol IRR - the benefits
  • Emcol IRR has significant advantages over traditional repair methods

  • It can be applied in any weather conditions

  • It can be used at temperatures ranging from -45 to +60 Deg. cel.

  • Preparation simply involves brushing water and loose debris from the pothole

  • Repairs and immediately opened to traffic, so there is minimal disruption

EMCOL - IRR
  • Minimal disruption to traffic flows

  • Repairs carried out using a brush and hand tamper

  • Repairs require minimal preparation

  • No Waste

  • Can be used in all weather conditions

  • Can be used in all seasons

  • Has a long shelf life 6 - 8 months

  • Traffic back to normal in seconds

Hot Asphalt
  • Traffic disruption from large machinery

  • Extensive and Expensive specialised equipment is required

  • Preparation required including tack coats

  • Potential for waste

  • Repairs are more difficult in cold weather

  • Not readily available during winter months

  • Labour intensive

  • No shelve life

  • Harmful emmission to the enviroment

  • Heat need to prepare and lay increasing carbon footprint.

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