High Friction Surfaces

High friction surfaces are, usually, an application of an epoxy resin to a roadway to a specified mil thickness.  A graded, oven-dried aggregate is then broadcast into the wet resin until no resin is visible.  Once cured it enhances the traction of traffic.  It is commonly used in high-speed curves and at locations where increased traction is required, such as traffic signals.   Medium viscosity resins are the norm.  The CD200 and CD250 Epoxy dispensers are recommended because of their high dispense rates and mix ratio accuracy.  Up to 600 gallons per hour can be achieved.  Clean-up entails little more than the throwing away of an inexpensive disposable static mixer. The resin can be drawn from 250-gallon totes or 55-gallon drums.
Narrow Your Results By