Britpave, the British Cementitious Paving Association, is an independent body established to develop and forward concrete and cementitious solutions for infrastructure.
Please note, Britpave Trade Association has no commercial interest in or trading association with Britpave concrete step barrier. For contact details see: www.bbsbarriers.com
It is active in the development of solutions and best practice for roads, rail, airfields, guided bus, drainage channels, soil stabilisation and recycling. As such, the Association is the focal point for the infrastructure industry.
The broad membership of Britpave encourages the exchange of pan-industry expertise and experience. Members include contractors, consulting engineers and designers, specialist equipment and material suppliers, academics and clients both in the UK and internationally.
The Association works closely with national and European standards and regulatory bodies, clients and associated industry organisations. It provides a single industry voice that facilitates representation to government, develops best practice and technical guidance and champions concrete solutions that are cost efficient, sustainable, low maintenance and long-lasting.
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The process of laying pavement quality concrete involves the compaction of a very specific concrete design at a consistence level that allows the form to move continuously. It is essential that the concrete is able to support itself in the shape moulded and hence concrete for pavement quality applications tends to be of very low consistence (slump) level.
Pavement quality concrete requires a greater degree of accuracy, both in the batching process and in ensuring that the consistence level is suitable for the paving process whether by hand or by slip forming.
The supply of concrete to a pavement quality contract is critical, when production begins on a particular day the supply of concrete should be maintained at the rate specified to ensure the feed to the slip forming machine is maintained.
Once an order is received for a slip forming contract it is essential that the supplier allocates sufficient truck resources to maintain the supply rate specified, the supply of concrete should also not be interrupted with too many supplies to other customers. It is likely that interrupted supply rates to the slipforming process may hinder the production process as well as give potential for quality issues on the final pavement.
The main issues with batching pavement quality concrete are:-
A record shall be maintained of all batch weights when producing slipform concrete, where plants are not using a manual batch record or data is not captured automatically, the unrecorded information should be documented.