ULTIPAVE SINGLE LAYER
The ultimate resurfacing solution
When busy roads need to be resurfaced, time is critical. Dual layer reconstruction can mean prolonged road closures, while unexpected sub surface conditions can lead to further delays and mounting costs.
In recognition of this, Tarmac has developed ULTIPAVE SINGLE LAYER, a versatile 20mm SMA based asphalt, designed to replace surface and regulating or binder courses in a single pass. This can reduce overall project costs, as well as project delivery times and also minimise disruption for road users. It has excellent load bearing capability and maintains its surface texture even on heavily trafficked routes. This makes it suitable for resurfacing all types of roads, from motorways and trunk roads to rural roads and residential streets.
Faster completionSingle pass construction significantly reduces construction times, minimising costs and disruption for clients and end users.
Ultimate versatilityBBA approved for use between 50-75mm, however, frequently used at depths up to 100mm, to resurface a wide range of roads from motorways and trunk roads to rural roads and residential streets.
Excellent durabilityUsing a 20mm nominal size high PSV aggregate, ULTIPAVE SINGLE LAYER offers comparable surface texture and deformation resistance to a 14mm SMA surface course, along with lower voids and higher stiffness.
SustainabilityImproves sustainability and helps conserve scarce resources by spreading demand from the commonly used 14mm and 10mm SMAs and reducing waste from processing.
Improved finishBetter heat retention within a thicker single course improves joints and allows better compaction.
At Tarmac, technical excellence comes as standard. ULTIPAVE Single Layer is installed by our own expert Contracting division who evaluate each site to ensure our clients get the right solution and then deliver it to the highest industry standards.
Proven performanceBBA / HAPAS approved since 2005, ULTIPAVE SINGLE LAYER has been proven to deliver lasting performance on heavily trafficked routes.
- Motorways/Trunk roads
- Urban roads
- Housing Estates roads
- Rural roads