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THE BASE-SEAL DIFFERENCE!

The first mile of this Ft. Bend County, Texas road (above left) was not treated with BASE-SEAL  BS-100 Liquid Soil Stabilizer, and a loose base was the result. County crews applied BASE-SEAL  BS-100 Liquid Soil Stabilizer to the remainder of the road. The superior results are shown above right. The BASE-SEAL  BS-100 treated section provided a CBR of 92.
The FEMA Story

Ace Wise

Phillip "Ace" Wise (C.E.T.) points to the BASE-SEAL  BS-100 stabilized base of a Walton County, Florida
Road which remained solid after 23" flood waters from Hurricane George washed out two feet of earth from
under the
BASE-SEAL  BS-100 and lime stabilized
base.
TOP-SHIELD TS-100 was used to seal the
surface of this road. It remained smooth and un-
damaged, andready or asphalt surfacing, which
was later applied.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) approved BASE-SEAL  BS-100 & TOP SHIELD TS-100 in combination with pozzalans for the road reconstruction mitigation option in selected areas of Florida’s Gulf Coast. (click here).


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