Stabilor engineers stabilised pavement solutions that reduce the whole-of-life costs for temporary and permanent infrastructure.

Stabilor additives are used in conjunction with cement, retaining the proven mechanical benefits of traditional cement stabilisation, while enhancing the application process and pavement performance.

Stabilor solutions can be used for the new construction or rehabilitation of temporary and permanent infrastructure, in base, subbase, and subgrade layers. Stabilor solutions have been successfully used on permanent roads, temporary construction and access roads, hardstands and work platforms, and port and airport pavements.

Stabilor C

Concentrated one-part aqueous dispersion for general stabilisation applications

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Stabilor P

One-part aqueous dispersion for specialised applications in wet environments

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Key Benefits

Enhanced mechanical performance

Stabilor increases the tensile properties of the stabilised material.

Project risk reduction

Stabilor treated pavements are durable and cure rapidly, reducing the disruption, delay, and rework experienced during and after inclement weather.

Extended construction window

Stabilor can increase the construction window in hot, cold, and wet conditions.

Increased construction speed

Stabilor treated pavements cure much faster than cement only, enabling near continuous construction of overlaying pavement layers.

Rapidly trafficable

Stabilor pavements can generally be trafficked by heavy vehicles immediately after final compaction.

Reduced traffic management

Stabilor reduces the extent and duration of traffic management during construction.

Improved application

Stabilor improves material workability and compaction. Stabilor pavements do not generally require multi-day surface wetting in hot environments.

Water use and compatibility

Stabilor reduces construction water requirements and can enable the use of non-potable water (subject to approval).

Suitable on a wide range of soils

Stabilor can be used to improve the properties of all non-organic soil types.

Design & Application

The design and application methodology of a Stabilor pavement follows established engineering principles and stabilisation guidelines.

Stabilor additives are incorporated into the construction water for application.

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