Soil Stabilization – Strengthen, Preserve, and Protect
Soil stabilization is used to improve the engineering properties of soil to make it more secure and stable. The definition of “stable” depends on the area you’re discussing. For empty areas of disturbed soil in fields, on large lots or embankments of excess soil from a mine or construction project where there will be no foot or vehicle traffic, soil stabilization from Desert Mountain Corporation may mean dust control – securing the fine particles so they won’t blow away when the winds kick up.
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For property and road construction, soil stabilization means properly preparing the road and shoulders with eco-friendly chemical additives to strengthen the soil for construction. When the soil at a building or road site for construction is not suitable for the intended purpose, it could need any or all of the following: compaction, pre-consolidation, drainage, chemical treatment, and many other solutions.
Soil Stabilization Strengthens
When the soil is stabilized it is stronger and safer. Stabilization is used to reduce the permeability and compress-ability of the area in order to increase the load-bearing capacity. Areas that are stabilized for strength purposes include roads, highways, parking lots, earthen runways, buildings, oil field pads and much more. The superior products we use to strengthen roads and building pads include BaseBind and Dura-Loc. These products will not only increase the strength of the entire road, it will build up the areas that frequently cause issues with breakouts and breakdowns.
Soil Stabilization Preserves
Construction projects often have dirt they need to store from digging foundations, creating different elevations, leveling for building or adding sidewalks. Mines have tailings storage areas that will be used when it is time to restore the mine. And roads that have a lot of use in rural areas all need preserving to ensure safe transportation. We utilize Dura-Loc and Surface-Loc to secure embankments, berms, and sediment piles for many industries. These products create a crust on the soil to prevent blowing dust and erosion.
Soil Stabilization Protects
High winds will often kick up loose soil on and around busy gravel roads and major highways. If it is an area that will not have any foot or vehicle traffic, blowing soil can be stabilized with an application of our popular co-polymer, Surface-Loc. It creates a durable layer of protection similar to a light film and will prevent high wind dust blowing events that close down highways and cause tragic accidents. It not only protects the road or lot, but it also protects those who live nearby or travel on the road.
Soil Stabilization Products
BaseBind – Mixed in with aggregates or recycled asphalt or applied topically, it will stabilize roads and parking lots with long-lasting results
Surface-Loc – A high purity grade copolymer product designed for dust control, and soil stabilization that reduces surface erosion.
Dura-Loc – Combines the best of lignin sulfonate and eco-friendly polymers for a stabilization solution that works with many types of soil.
Call Desert Mountain Corporation at 877-718-3878 to learn more about Soil Stabilization or your local representative:
Arizona & Mining – Klif Rader at O: 480-588-6327 or C: 432-924-2768
Arizona – Government & Commercial – Emiley Bessey at O: 480-588-6327 or C: 480-431-0793
California (Southern) – Klif Rader at O: 480-588-6327 or C: 432-924-2768
Colorado (Northern) – Landon Dipprey at 307-226-0456
Colorado (Southern) – Doyle Villers at 970-844-0811
Four Corners Area (UT, CO, NM, AZ) – Doyle Villers at 970-844-0811
Idaho – Landon Dipprey at 307-226-0456
Montana (Eastern) – Dalton Alton at 208-521-1275
Montana (Western) – Landon Dipprey at 307-226-0456
New Mexico – Pamela Tuttle at 505-860-9948
Texas – Pamela Tuttle at 505-860-9948
Utah – Landon Dipprey at 307-226-0456
Wyoming (Eastern) – Dalton Alton at 208-521-1275
Wyoming (Western) – Landon Dipprey at 307-226-0456
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