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Eau Claire County Wisconsin Using VRAM to Fill Air Voids in Centerline Joints

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Studies have shown that longitudinal joints in pavements are often the weakest areas of a road. Typically the joints are low in density, high in voids and thus are highly permeable. These areas become conduits to air and water infiltration which leads to damage and premature pavement failure. (1) VRAM...
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Calumet County Wisconsin Helping to Create Longer Lasting, Safer Roads

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Many states are looking for methods to improve longitudinal joint performance of their pavements, since these joints often fail before the rest of the surface. With the inherently lower density at the longitudinal joints we often see pavements fail by cracking, raveling, and potholing. Lower density is synonymous with higher...
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