AustStab provides the following construction tips for students and practitioners to better understand the equipment and procedures that are used in the road stabilisation industry in Australia. Please note the normal copyright rules apply to the Tips and please read the warning on these documents (see next paragraph).
The Association is a non-profit organisation sponsored by organisations involved in the stabilisation and road recycling industry in Australia whose purpose is to provide information on the use and practice of pavement stabilisation. This Guide is distributed by the Association for that purpose. Since the information provided is intended for general guidance only and in no way replaces the services of professionals on particular projects, no legal liability can be accepted by the Association for its use.
The Guidelines are in Adobe Acrobat Format (*.pdf)
Understand the difference between stabilisers, reclaimers and profilers. [Version A]
Suitable short-term patching using stabilisation principles. [Version B]
Understand the process of foamed bitumen stabilisation of pavements. [Version A]
Mixing the powder binder is crucial to the success of stabilisation.
Providing practical advice on how best to dictate the width of a rehabilitation patch
Stabilisation using dry powder polymers (Withdrawn – refer to Auststab Technical Notes Click here)
Discusses the use of dry powder polymer binders for road stabilisation
Important practical OHS advice on the slaking process of quicklime
Best practice techniques for crossblending prior to insitu stabilisation.
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