Soil improvement - soil improvement dust-free
KUTTER – effectively improving soil
When soil is improved using binding agents, its installation strength and compactibility are immediately improved through the addition of limestone, cement or mixed binding agents. Before work begins, we conduct a soil analysis. On the basis of this, a formula is created that specifies which binding agent must be used and in what quantity, as well as how much water must be incorporated. Our special soil mixers then combined the binding agent, as well as any water that may be required, homogeneously into the natural soil.
Our powerful soil stabilisers prepare ground up to 50 cm deep. The possible applications are diverse – just like our fleet of machines. Our services range from the pulverisation of roads to the homogenisation of soil as well as the stabilisation of soil with insufficient load-bearing capacity.
With the higher -quality qualified soil improvement, frost -sensitive soils are prepared in frost in an insensitive floors. This takes into account the increased requirements regarding frost and load-bearing behavior. We can take the permanent demand for dust -free solutions that can be used in exposed locations, e.g. airports, industrial areas, solar systems, etc. with our special equipment. Here the binder tank in the device is intergovered so that the binder is stored in front of the milling red. A turbulence in front of the device is therefore excluded.
By deploying precision spreading vehicles, some with an integrated binding agent spreader, the stabilisers achieve high daily performance rates in the improvement and stabilisation of the soil. This makes them a cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternative to soil replacement as no materials are transported unnecessarily. In turn, this avoids the generation of carbon emissions and other substances that are harmful for the environment.
You can find more information in the Downloads area under "Leistungskataloge Bodenverbesserung"(“Soil Improvement Services Catalogue”, available in German only).