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Gallery 17 - HBM Permanent Production Facility, France

Gallery 17

HBM Permanent Production Facility, France
Technical Data: Production facility for hydraulically bound mixtures in France. Use of secondary aggregates, combined with hydraulic or pozzolanic binders, for sub-base and lower base layers has become increasingly common, and can result in environmental benefits. Due to relatively slow strength gain, there is less cracking which will help to increase pavement life or alternatively allow a reduced thickness for the upper layers.

Technical Data: Production facility for hydraulically bound mixtures in France. Use of secondary aggregates, combined with hydraulic or pozzolanic binders, for sub-base and lower base layers has become increasingly common, and can result in environmental benefits. Due to relatively slow strength gain, there is less cracking which will help to increase pavement life or alternatively allow a reduced thickness for the upper layers.
Technical Data: Production facility for hydraulically bound mixtures in France. Use of secondary aggregates, combined with hydraulic or pozzolanic binders, for sub-base and lower base layers has become increasingly common, and can result in environmental benefits. Due to relatively slow strength gain, there is less cracking which will help to increase pavement life or alternatively allow a reduced thickness for the upper layers.
Technical Data: Production facility for hydraulically bound mixtures in France. Use of secondary aggregates, combined with hydraulic or pozzolanic binders, for sub-base and lower base layers has become increasingly common, and can result in environmental benefits. Due to relatively slow strength gain, there is less cracking which will help to increase pavement life or alternatively allow a reduced thickness for the upper layers.
Technical Data: Production facility for hydraulically bound mixtures in France. Use of secondary aggregates, combined with hydraulic or pozzolanic binders, for sub-base and lower base layers has become increasingly common, and can result in environmental benefits. Due to relatively slow strength gain, there is less cracking which will help to increase pavement life or alternatively allow a reduced thickness for the upper layers.

 


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