Infrared Method and Uses
The infrared method utilizes a panel that heats existing pavement to 30 times the temperature of new asphalt. The asphalt becomes soft, allowing a hot liquid binder and fresh asphalt to me mixed directly into the existing pavement. The pavement is then leveled to the proper height and compacted with a roller.
Infrared patching is excellent repair for catch basins, water puddles, grooves from heavy equipment, potholes, curb failures, oil spots, failed joints or seams and other hazardous or unleveled pavement conditions.