Ultracrete Instant Road Repair Fixing New Zealand Roads

Ultracrete Instant Road Repair® has been used to reinstate failing manholes on a busy road in Wellington, New Zealand

by Sarah Watkins | Monday 3 March 2014

As a busy road with heavy traffic, this particular reinstatement project needed a system of durable and proven materials capable of such a constant heavy flow.

Ultracrete Instant Road Repair® was recommended to Horizon International, the contractors carrying out the repair, as the ideal surfacing material for this reinstatement.

Ultracrete Instant Road Repair® is a cold lay asphalt (macadam) repair material which offers a proven, durable and flexible, first time permanent reinstatement. For use in all weathers and climates, this product is certainly revolutionising traditional road repair methods.

There are many cold lay asphalt repair products available, but this product offers advantages that outweigh alternative suppliers. Strength is gained by compaction, often becoming even stronger the more traffic that travels over it. Achieved by specially formulated flexibility, these products allow for compatible movement with the road surface, ensuring a long-term repair.

Ultracrete Instant Road Repair® has been independently tested and approved by the Highways Authority Product Approval Scheme and has been reinstating manholes and repairing potholes around the world for nearly 40 years. This approval is a guarantee that the product is fit for purpose.

Ultracrete Instant Road Repair® is available for you to manufacture under license. To find out more about this exciting business opportunity, please visit www.youtube.com/InstarmacGroup to watch our step by step guide on becoming an Instarmac Licensee.

Instarmac will be exhibiting at Intertraffic Amsterdam in March 2014. Experienced professionals will be on hand each day to discuss this opportunity with you. To arrange a meeting with either Angus or Domenic please email worldwide@instarmac.co.uk now.


Angus Longward
Instarmac Group Plc
+44 (0) 1827 872244

Monday 3 March 2014 / file under Construction | Engineering | Utilities