For the first time, installed colored asphalt

340 tons colored asphalt at the lfH

As well as many tons of traditional asphalt mix, Rädlinger Asphaltbau GmbH installed colored asphalt for the first time in 2008 on three construction sites. The largest surface (3400 m²) represented in this case was the new building of the institute for hearing impaired persons in Straubing. Approximately 340 tons of colored asphalt were transported in thermo-vehicles from the Roethlein mixing plant (near Wuerzburg) to Straubing, and installed with different asphalt manufacturing units, as well as manually. According to a statements of a BAM employee, this is the largest interconnected colored asphalt surface supplied up to now by BAM.

A further significant change in the Rädlinger asphalt mixing system and in asphalt production was prepared in the year 2008, and realized after date 1.1.2009; the manufacture of quality-monitored asphalt according to the newly applicable regulatory specifications of TL asphalt. In future asphalt will no longer be manufactured according to so-called aptitude tests (standard recipes), rather according to the basic principles of the works-internal checking production. Rädlinger is certified by the TU Munich and, following the generation of primary samples, is authorized to the manufacture of asphalt according to European Standard.


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