Concrete Patching

Patching process, damaged concrete removed.

IPR, LTD has a long-term solution for distressed concrete pavement preservation. Spalled concrete caused by fatigue, freeze/thaw cycles, warping stress, ingress of water, or substrate problems can lead to costly reconstruction.











IPR-Crete is poured at 450 degrees.

IPRCrete is a proven hot pour superior repair solution different from conventional rigid repair methods. Due to its flexibility, high tensile strength, ability to bridge joints and high compressive resistance, IPRCrete creates a long lasting concrete repair. Conventional rigid cement repairs such as epoxy or fast curing cementitious products often fail due to de-bonding, fatigue and differential expansion characteristics, all resulting in additional cracking and the need for repeated repairs. These methods of repair have not only proven to be expensive but also short term.













IPR-Crete is applied and moved using Hot Irons.

Once in place IPRCrete will move with the pavement and will not de-bond or crack. IPRCrete repair system has excellent adhesion and has a high friction surface ideally suited for Thin Bond Repair (TBR), multi corner slab repair, joint intersection repairs and recessed applications. Repairs with IPRCrete can be opened up to traffic within as little as one hour. IPRCrete is the most advanced concrete fix available and is ideal for highway and airport pavement repair. With IPRCrete it’s a one-time fix.













Concrete repair may also utilize the IPR-GAP Process.

IPR GAP, has been specifically designed for cracks too large for crack sealing and distressed surfaces that are too small for re-paving. It is a versatile hot-applied, pourable, self-adhesive polymer modified asphalt binder containing selected aggregate to ensure good load bearing and skid resistant characteristics. Available in several grades for various applications.

Mastics have proven themselves to be an effective GAP  solution for many common pavement maintenance issues including:Wide CracksWide Cracks.













(Gibson, Albuquerque) Damaged Concrete and Repaired Concrete





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