As an asphalt contractor, are you looking for better ways to provide clients with adequate asphalt protection, repair and maintenance? You’re not alone! Contractors continually need the latest asphalt paving equipment to stay ahead of the competition. And when it comes to the best machines for slurry seals and sealcoating, Rayner Equipment Systems has you covered.
Sealcoating is one of the most common protection methods for asphalt. Adding a seal coat layer to asphalt helps protect it from damage caused by gas spills, oil spills, UV rays, extreme temperatures, moisture and oxidation. Generally, most freshly paved roadways require sealcoating within a few months to a year after completion. To ensure your pavement stays protected and well-maintained, it’s recommended to reapply sealcoating every 2 to 3 years. Sealcoating works best for pavement surfaces that don’t see heavy traffic.
In addition to sealcoating, slurry seal treatment is another asphalt protection option. However, while sealcoating adds a protective “seal” to asphalt, a slurry seal can mend and restore deteriorating pavement. A mixture of asphalt emulsion, aggregate, binders and water creates an effective seal that fills cracks, rebinds unraveling pavement, and overall strengthens asphalt. Additionally, slurry seals provide many of the same protections and resistances as seal coats. Slurry seal treatment works best for pavement surfaces that undergo heavy traffic.
To ensure you can provide quick and effective sealcoating or slurry seal services, you require machinery that’s up to the task! Thankfully, RES has the road maintenance equipment you need to be successful in the asphalt industry. Our products include:
When you’re ready to invest in the best road maintenance equipment for asphalt protection, trust the asphalt paving experts at Rayner Equipment Systems. To learn more about our additional asphalt products and machinery, contact us today at 928-684-7851. We serve clients in Arizona, California, Texas, Illinois, New York and throughout the United States.