Insitutek introduces TERRA-3000® for Soil Stabilisation

Dec 6, 2021 | Soil Stabilisation

As part of our commitment to enabling our clients to push forward with confidence, we are now offering TERRA-3000® – a transformational long lasting sustainable soil stabilisation solutions for soil improvement.

TERRA-3000® facilitates the creation of a base-grade from in-situ materials at a lesser depth, delivering better performance at a lower cost, than traditional pavement design.

TERRA-3000® transforms in-situ soils into a high-performing asset by permanently and irreversibly breaking down the capillary action of water within cohesive fines during treatment.

As a consequence, treated soil particles are more closely associated during compaction.

The result is the treated layers are no longer prone to the problems associated with the ingress of water and pavement strength is markedly improved.

Whilst substantially improving the performance of in-situ soils used in civil construction, TERRA-3000® is carbon neutral, water-soluble, non-leaching, safe to handle, and is suitable for use in environmentally sensitive environments. TERRA-3000® is a sustainable development product that supports the ethos that true sustainability is consuming less. These factors are very important to us.

You can learn more about TERRA-3000® here.

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