Spray Injection Patch Machine
The K-Patcher Asphalt Patcher is designed with advanced technology that combines emulsion, compressed air, and aggregate at high speed. This mixture is then sprayed at high speed onto the damaged road surface, ensuring optimal adhesion and durability of the repair.
This system provides a practical and economical solution that can produce patching material on site without the use of asphalt mix from an asphalt plant.
What is the advantage of K-Patcher over conventional road patching applications?
K-Patcher spray injection patching machines are specialized machines used to repair road surfaces. These machines are significantly different from conventional road repair methods. Here are the benefits of using K-Patcher over traditional road repair techniques:
- Speed: The K-Patcher can repair potholes and road defects much faster than traditional methods. A typical pothole can be repaired within a few minutes.
- Efficiency: Thanks to its speed, the K-Patcher can cover more ground in less time, making it a more efficient method for large-scale road maintenance tasks.
- Cost Impact: The savings in K-Patcher labour costs and increased efficiency lead to cost benefits in the long run.
- Safety: The process minimizes the amount of time the machine and crew spend on the road, making them less likely to be exposed to traffic and associated risks.
- Durability: K-Patcher often provides repairs that are more durable than those made by conventional methods. The high-pressure application ensures good bonding of the repair material to the road surface.
- Diversity: K-Patcher can be used in a variety of weather conditions and is effective for repairing both dry and wet potholes.
- Less Labor: Traditional methods usually require more labour. A K-Patcher can be operated with fewer personnel.
- Saving Waste Material: The precision of the K-Patcher ensures that only the required amount of repair material is used, thus reducing waste. Eliminates the need for asphalt plant material.
- Reduced Traffic Disruption: Given how quickly repairs are completed, traffic disruptions are minimized.