DriveDash® is a bitumen semi-bonded stone surfacing system. It can be laid over a wide variety of materials to create a natural, aesthetically pleasing and hard wearing surface, providing years of maintenance free service.
The beauty of DriveDash® is its sheer simplicity and diversity. This product is used widely and successfully on large and small driveways, paths, access roads, landscaping schemes and within the leisure industry. Customers have rejuvenated dull, uninspiring areas at a fraction of the cost of using traditional methods.
Its feel and appearance is particularly suited to heritage and older properties.
DriveDash® can be laid over existing or new concrete, asphalt or macadam based surfaces. It is a surface dressing which can be applied to renovate unsightly surfaces which are structurally sound, and provides a gravel driveway without the normally associated disadvantages.
Very attractive, natural and tasteful
Very durable and hard wearing
High slip resistance
Adds investment value to property
Loose surface dressing gives noise security but without the maintenance and hassle of a gravel drive
Minimal preparation & disruption during application
Fast & simple installation
DriveDash® consists of a cold applied primer layer followed by a bitumen based adhesive binder. Gravel is then applied and rolled to consolidate the gravel into the binder. It can be opened to light pedestrian traffic straight away and vehicular traffic after 24 hours. The system is very quick and simple to lay and requires no specialist equipment.
The following diagram shows a cross section of the DriveDash® system:
|Area prepared||Applying Primer||Applying Binder||Spreading gravel||Rolling gravel||Finished drive|
The DriveDash® aggregate is available in three standard colours which are stocked in large quantities:
Full product information on the Scatter™ system is shown in page 42. Click to view the brochure:
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