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ENCHOICE DZ33® Soil Stabilizer products are designed specifically for the construction of rural dirt roads and the base and sub-base portions of paved roads. Roads treated with our organic, 100% biodegradable, and environmentally friendly soil stabilizers have improved structural integrity and durability, reduced dust, and will allow designers and contractors to utilize more of the existing aggregate materials in the area, thus reducing costs of construction. Roads will also require less maintenance over their life, further reducing costs. Soil stabilizer technolgies are easily incorporated into existing road construction techniques, utilizing traditional equipment and methods.
 
8 BASIC WORK STEPS
 
 
STEP 1
Scarify soil to the depth and width defined for stabilization in project specifications. Remove large stones, roots and trash from the loosened soil.
 
STEP 3
Spray the solution (water + DZ33) uniformly over the pulverized soil. A proper water truck is best for dispersing the DZ33 into the soil; however, hand spraying applications can work if a water truck is not available.
 
STEP 5
Compact the treated soil layer to the full density specified. Maximum depth for each treated layer should not exceed 20cm. Be sure to remove large stones and any foreign materials before compacting.
 
STEP 7
Finish the surface of the treated layer using appropriate equipment and technique. Leave the surface smooth and free from holes, gouges, ridges or depressions to promote complete drainage.
 
 
 
STEP 2
Pulverize the scarified soil until the mass is broken down. Do not pre-wet the soil before applying the water + DZ33 solution.
 
STEP 4
Mix the DZ33 applied soil thoroughly to the full depth scarified. Continue mixing the soil until uniform consistency is achieved.
 
STEP 6
Shape the surface of the treated layer to meet design requirements for drainage and slope.
 
STEP 8
The curing action of DZ33 begins soon after application and proper compaction. The road can be used for traffic immediately; however, it is best to allow a minimum of 72 hours for initial curing.
 
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