Around 200 tonnes of ULTIFLEX and a flexible binder course were laid by our team along 225m of the northbound carriageway of the A4020 during three night-time possessions.
The ultimate Clause 942 BBA HAPAS approved polymer modified thin surface course
ULTIFLEX is a Clause 942 BBA HAPAS approved thin surface course that incorporates high PSV aggregates and a polymer modified binder to deliver outstanding long term durability, along with impressive reductions in road noise and surface spray. It has been designed to deliver lasting performance in a variety of locations from rural roads to heavily trafficked motorways.
Ultimate long term durabilityUsing high quality high PSV aggregates, it maintains its surface texture and skid resisting properties over prolonged periods, even on heavily trafficked routes.
Exceptional controlOur stringent quality control processes, from design, to laying, ensure exceptional control over the quality and consistence of finished asphalt surfaces.
Proven performanceAn exceptional record of performance on some of the busiest motorway routes in the UK.
Ultimate versatilityThe ULTIFLEX range includes 6mm, 10mm and 14mm products to meets a variety of thickness and texture requirements.
Ultimate QualityOur third party accredited ISO 9001 Systems and BBA certification ensures a consistently high quality product is supplied at all times.
Ultimate noise reduction6mm ULTIFLEX is one of the quietest hard wearing surfaces available.
At Tarmac, technical excellence comes as standard. ULTIFLEX is only available for installation by accredited contractors who have full access to our expert training, advice and technical support or by our own expert Contracting division. This ensures it is laid to the highest industry standards.
- Motorways/Trunk roads
- Urban roads
- Housing Estates roads
- Rural roads
This busy route into the popular village of Allendale, the B6295, was suffering from surface wear and cracking. Using ULTIFLEX allowed the contractor to achieve a smooth, even finish despite the challenges of the site. It was also noticeably quieter than the surface it replaced, meaning less noise for local residents.