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Cost-effectiveness is one of the many advantages in using DZ33 Soil Stabilizer for improvement and rehabilitation of road materials. Its introduction into the roadbed construction process can drastically reduce - or eliminate altogether - washboarding, ruts, potholes and other types of road surface distress.
Additionally, DZ33 Soil Stabilizer can reduce the overall costs of construction by allowing the use of more of the local site materials, by reducing the need for importing aggregates, and by reducing overall total amounts of materials needed to achieve the designed load bearing capabilities of the road.
Examples of common applications of DZ33 are: the sub-base and the base of unpaved and paved roads, pathways and shoulders, access roads, unpaved and paved parking lots, building foundations, orchards and crop roads, mining haul roads, parking areas, airfields, secondary rural roads, property driveways, and anywhere the need to improve the engineering properties of road bed materials is required.
DZ33 Soil Stabilizer acts to alter the soil’s physical and mechanical properties; thereby, reducing plasticity, improving soil permeability, increasing soil density and increasing the load bearing qualities of the soil.
1. DZ33 introduces organic cation into the soil, which neutralize the negative charge on the clay particles.
2. The ionic reaction created by the introduction of DZ33, weakens the water film that naturally forms around each particle of clay, making it easier to remove from the soil mass.
3. A "polymerization" of the soil occurs, which displaces greater amounts of water and air particles from between each particle of soil, allowing the DZ33 treated soil particles to line up more uniformly and be bonded more tightly together during the compaction process.
4. This multi-directional binding of the soil particles causes the soil to form a more solid mass, which improves the load bearing strength and coefficient of permeability of the structure significantly.