Transpo’s bridge preservation products are designed to effectively address the maintenance, rehabilitation, and preservation of bridges and bridge deck overlays. These materials have been used on new and existing structures for decades and are part of the strategy to obtain a 75-100 year bridge service life.
Our polymer concrete overlay materials enables us to meet project specifications. Our bridge rehabilitation materials help reduce bridge deterioration and delay the need for costly repairs through options such as bridge deck sealing, bridge deck repair, surface treatments, concrete bridge patch and repair and polymer concrete repair. Our complete suite of bridge preservation products include:
- T-18 methyl methacrylate (MMA) polymer concrete – a fast curing thin concrete slurry overlaywith benefits that include: Fast Cure, Waterproof, Wide Application Temperature Range, Easy Application, Skid Resistant, High Early Strength, Strong Bond, High Elasticity, UV Light Resistant, Freeze-Thaw Resistant, Chemical Resistent, Steel and Concrete Compatible.
- Sealate® Crack Sealers – specially formulated High Molecular Weight Methacrylate (HMWM) resin materialsthat strengthen and extend the life of concrete. With an easy single application, Sealate® deeply penetrates, quickly fills and bonds cracks and expansion joints and seals pores in existing concrete including roadways, bridges, and various concrete structures and surfaces.
- T-17 Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) Polymer Concrete Patching Material– designed for use on new construction and rehabilitation of bridge decks, bridge expansion joints, bearing pads, and other concrete structures and is a 100% reactive, pre-packaged, two component solvent-free material system.
- Visi-Barrier® – a precast polymer concrete traffic barrier,as well as a strong stay in-place form. The continuous visi-stripe on each panel is made from highly retro-reflective glass beads, is highly visible and solves poor roadway delineation problems.
“The objective of a good bridge preservation program is to employ cost effective strategies and actions to maximize the useful life of bridges.”