Maintaining Smooth Rideability

Maintaining Smooth Rideability

Rapid manhole risers provide flush fit every time By Angus W. Stocking The construction goal for any asphalt paved surface is a smooth rideable surface that lasts. A smooth surface reduces damage to the pavement, necessitating fewer repairs. It improves fuel...
Cimline: On the Road Again

Cimline: On the Road Again

Cimline shows off new innovations with an ambitious 40 state tour. Sometimes, the most innovative solution is one that’s already tried and true. That’s the case this year for Minnesota-based Cimline. In a year where trade show cancellations and public health safety...
More then Maintaining

More then Maintaining

A Q&A with the seasoned veterans of Maintenance, Inc. For 83 years, Maintenance, Inc. has helped the nation’s contractors stay stocked and ready for any job that comes their way. After getting its start paving runways during World War II, the company quickly grew...
The Proof is in the Pavement

The Proof is in the Pavement

Crack Sealing Is the Lowest-Cost, Highest-Benefit Pavement Preservation Treatment The inevitability of decay should be a great motivator for planned, preventive maintenance, especially when considering the alternatives. Yet, surprisingly, many view routine maintenance...
Same Hog, New Tricks

Same Hog, New Tricks

Hog Technologies expands into yet another market with the Grinder Hog Despite its name, Hog Technologies isn’t known for being fat and happy. Since its founding in 1988 as Waterblasting Technologies, the Florida-based manufacturer has cemented itself as a preeminent...
Sealing Their Fate

Sealing Their Fate

Utah-based Andersen Asphalt is using Rayner Equipment to pave its path to success When he first heard about the RaynMaker, Derek Anderson admits he was a bit skeptical. His concerns centered around the common problems with spraying fine aggregate filled sealcoat;...