A new method of repairing potholes that is said to last 5 times longer that the "throw n go" waste of time and money


Found on http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2014/04/30/the-future-of-potholes-could-infrared-heat-be-the-solution-to-socals-bumpy-roads/

Dave Dworski, of Dr. Pave, says the company uses an infrared heating system to smooth out bumpy roads. The machine heats the damaged asphalt to over 300 degrees, forming a crust that’s then scraped away, and leaving a new surface to work on.

 “What it’s doing is heating the asphalt – melting the asphalt,” Dworski told KCAL9’s Juan Hernandez. Binding pellets and oil strips are then mixed in.

 “[You’re] actually rejuvenating existing asphalt, processing it that way and creating new asphalt,” Dworski said.

The current way of fixing the problem is known by some in the industry as “throw and go,” meaning quick patches.

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