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GSP - 80

The Most Profitable in its Sector

EU Stage 5 /

US EPA Tier 4f

1300

mm

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Suitable for Every Project

Slipform Concrete Paver Features

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Concrete Airport Runway

Airport runways are one of the most important elements of aviation infrastructure and are usually constructed using materials such as concrete or asphalt. Concrete runways are preferred at large airports due to their longevity and durability. For example, the runways of some major airports, such as Istanbul New Airport, are designed to have a high load capacity and are built using concrete. The surfaces of concrete runways are also provided with additional safety measures, such as transverse grooves to allow water to drain away, preventing slipping on wet surfaces. Asphalt runways are a shorter-lived alternative and are generally used at smaller airports. Both types of runways must provide a high level of straightness and good frictional behavior for safe landing and take-off of aircraft. The design and construction of airport runways is vital for aviation safety and requires specialized engineering knowledge.

  • Concrete Highways

    Concrete highways are the preferred road construction material worldwide for their durability and longevity. The durability and low maintenance requirements of concrete make it an economical choice, especially for roads with high traffic loads. The history of concrete roads begins with the construction of Court Avenue in Ohio, USA in 1891. Today, approximately 47% of concrete roads are used in the USA, 40% in Belgium and 38% in Germany. In Turkey, the concrete road used on the road to the NATO radar base in Sinop in 1953 has been in service for more than 68 years without requiring maintenance. Concrete roads offer an environmentally friendly solution by saving 0.45 liters of fuel and reducing 1.2 kg of CO2 emissions per 100 kilometers. They also have additional advantages such as fire safety and increased visibility at night. For these reasons, concrete highways are an important infrastructure option in terms of both cost effectiveness and environmental sustainability.

    Concrete Highways
  • Concrete Roads Save Money

    The use of concrete roads offers significant environmental and economic advantages. Thanks to their rigid structure, concrete roads provide economic savings by reducing fuel consumption by an average of 0.45 liters per 100 kilometers. They require low maintenance over a long service life and have lower life cycle costs than alternative roads. Furthermore, within the framework of sustainable construction, the production and use of concrete roads promotes the efficient use of natural resources and increases respect for the environment. In this context, concrete roads are a sustainable solution for society and meet the key criteria of environment, economy and society.

    Concrete Roads Save Money
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