Using lime for soil stabilization
For the most intricate ground conditions.
Lime mixed into the ground causes short and long term reactions which, depending on the allotment of water in the ground, can be determined by selecting the appropriate kind and amount of lime.
- crumbs creation
- reduction of water
- improved plasticity
- improved compaction attributes
- improved carrying capacity
Long run reactions:
- Volume stability
- Increase of firmness
- Durable carrying capacity
- Water and frost proof
It should be kept in mind that ground, when stabilized with lime or lime hydrate, becomes frost proof only after a long term reaction.
Our light-weight, 2-axel lime application vehicles with high clearance enable us to work almost anywhere, whereas we use track vehicles for severely feculent surfaces.