TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

Archive for December, 2012

Soil Improvement

Found a great publication here http://www.kalkflash.be/Leaflet_Stabilization.pdf from Fediex about the uses of Lime for Soil Improvement and Soil Stabilisation.  The publication goes through the entire process from start to finish including methods, soil types and binder additions, the uses and benefits of the techniques along with typical cost savings.  Have a look and let you know [...]


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Soil Stabilization

Found a good web-site here http://www.arra.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=36:soil-stabilization&catid=20:industry-segments&Itemid=81#  from ARRA (Asphalt Recycling & Reclaiming Association).  ARRA was formed in 1976 to “promote the recycling of existing roadway materials through various construction methodologies”.  Within the web-site is a section dedicated to Soil Stabilisation and the benefits associated with it.      


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What is Soil Stabilisation

Full details of what Soil Stabilisation is can be found on the T R Stabilisation web-site here http://www.trstabilisation.co.uk/Soil-Stabilisation.html.  The pad shows what Soil Stabilisation is and how it works, along with useful diagrams outlining the different stages and the process.


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Lime Modification & Soil Stabilisation

Found an interesting publication here http://www.carmeusena.com/files/files/brochures/br_hydrate_quicklime_road_construction.pdf from Carmeuse Lime & Stone in America.  The publication refers predominantly to the use of Lime within the Soil Stabilisation industry but does discuss the use of other binders.  It also shows different soil types and the typical additives for each soil type.  Have a look and let us know what [...]


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T R Stabilisation wishes you a Merry Christmas

We would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our customers, suppliers and BLOG readers a Merry Christmas.  We hope you are all enjoying the festive season and a well earned rest. Keep checking for BLOG updates as we will continue to keep you updated throughout the Christmas shut down.


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T R Stabilisation Christmas Shutdown

We are now shutdown for the Christmas Break and will resume contracts on 7th January 2013.  However, we are still contactable and look forward to hearing from anyone with any questions or Soil Stabilisation requirements.  We can still be contacted on our usual office number of 01254 238 700 and will continue to keep you [...]


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Soil Stabilisation design

Found a good publication here http://www.okladot.state.ok.us/materials/pdfs-ohdl/ohdl50.pdf from America about design procedures in Soil Stabilisation.  The publication discusses the different additives, testing techniques and requirements.  Nice to compare to our procedures and regimes.


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Cement Stabilisation in Canada

Good case study here http://www.cement.ca/en/Solidification-Stabilization/Former-Battery-Breaking-Site-Brandon-Manitoba.html from the Cement Association in Canada (CAC) about Cement Stabilisation being used on a former battery breaking site.  The article describes what Cement Stabilisation is, how it works and the typical benefits it provides.  The case study also discusses the design testing regime and its importance when looking to use Cement Stabilisation [...]


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Soil Stabilisation Association

Here’s another great site http://www.auststab.com.au/, AustStab.  AustStab is the Australian Pavement Recycling and Stabilisation Association (similar to the UK’s Britpave).  On the web-site there is a lot of guidance, specification and information on typical applications.  Is well worth a look for anyone who is looking to find out about Soil Stabilisation in other country’s. If you [...]


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Stabilisation of Soil

Found another good BLOG here http://civil-resources.blogspot.co.uk/2010/06/soil-stabilisation.html which features an article on Lime Modification and Soil Stabilisation.  The article discusses the benefits of Lime Modification and Soil Stabilisation along with the properties required within the binders which are being added.  Different methods of incorporating the materials are also compared along with the sequence of works.  Have a look [...]


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