Asphalt and Bitmac
We provide a full range of Asphalt and Bitmac Surfacing materials from our manufacturing plants located in Counties Tyrone, Derry and Antrim. Our surfacing solutions are designed to meet the requirements of the customer and include Bitmac, Hot Rolled Asphalt, Stone Mastic Asphalt – KEENPAVE®, Surface Dressing and Geotextile Enhanced Overlays. Our Benninghoven Asphalt Manufactory, located at our Corvanaghan site contains state of the art mixing technology with a production capacity of 240 tonnes per hour.
Quality Assurance of all our product range is guaranteed through our independently verified Quality Management System to ISO 9001 Standards. Hot Rolled Asphalt and Bitmac is manufactured in accordance with National Highway Sector Scheme 14 for the Production of Asphalt Mixes and laid in accordance with National Highway Sector Scheme 16. Compliance with these standards is independently verified by SGS UK Limited.
We aim to forge long lasting, effective relationships with our customers by building upon our reputation for providing a superior level of Quality, Value and Service. Our flexible approach offers the customer options of Supply and Lay, Supply and Deliver or Ex Quarry Supplies. Please contact our sales department for further information.
Corvanaghan Quarry, Cookstown – Benninghoven Asphalt Manufactory – 240 Ton/Hr Mixing Capacity
STONE MASTIC ASPHALT, KEENPAVE®
Our Stone Mastic Asphalt, KEENPAVE®, consists of a single sized stone skeleton which is bound together by a ‘mastic’ (bituminous cement) consisting of crushed rock fines, filler (lime), bitumen and a modifier to thicken the mastic. This special mix when laid demonstrates properties of high durability, high resistance to deformation, resistance to cracking and damage by moisture.
HOT ROLLED ASPHALT
Hot Rolled Asphalt (HRA) takes the form of a bituminous bound mortar consisting of fine aggregate, filler, sand and a high % by weight, bitumen content of approximately 8%. Pre-coated high PSV chippings are spread over the top of this bituminous mortar in a separate process using a chipping spreader and then rolled into the layer using a steel barrelled roller forming the finished HRA surface.
Manufactured from continuously graded aggregates and bound with penetration grade bitumen (4%-6%). The material gains its strength from the interlocking stone particles of various sizes. This material can be used in all layers of road construction from road bases to surface courses.