Suitable for a large variety of pavement rehabilitation conditions Suitable for many different materials – pavement gravels and subgrade materials Suitable with conventional stabilising equipment and rollers.

Polyroad has been incorporated into pavements since 1988. Its first use was in Taree Airport runway, New South Wales, by the Federal Airports Corporation. Polyroad stabilised projects have occurred on State and National Highways throughout many parts of Australia in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland, local roads in numerous Councils in New South Wales and Victoria, and parts of Asia. Polyroad stabilisation has been found to significantly reduce the need for any form of future maintenance and offers a highly competitive whole-of-life-cycle cost scenario for all road owners. Polyroad is manufactured by Polyroad Stabilising.

Polyroad stabilised pavements are designed to preserve the existing dry strength pavement properties and resist the ingress of water which is the major cause of pavement failure.

Polyroad has worked on various and complex projects Australia wide. To contact us for more information in projects that have used Polyroad please contact us.

Polyroad is a dry powdered polymer (DPP) used as a stabilising binder for rehabilitation of granular pavements or new pavement construction.