TheSoil Stabilization is a process by which the materials on the site are mixed properly to achieve compliance with the road construction guideline. There are many approaches to mixing materials in-situ, but there are strict guides that are always provided by the engineering department to ensure that the quality of roads is maintained.
With the under layer constructed, the second step is the preparation of the construction work. You should consider using the old pavement and the upper materials for the new road. The stones and aggregates can be recycled back the road. Then use plow, bulldozer, and a soil loosener equipped with long blades to loosen with the upper part of the road being restored. The loosening of the soil must reach the predetermined depth.
The fourth step should the mixing of the raw materials. Due to the large volumes of the materials that need to be mixed, the user machine is highly recommended. Start with mixing crushed stones and lime to the soil and use a mixture machine to mix the materials. Mix till the color of the mixture is consistent to avoid gray bars or clusters.
The next step is shaping and rolling. The step involves rolling over the mixed raw materials for reshaping purposes. Roll forming follows reshaping. A vibratory roller, three-wheeler, or heavy tire roller of more than 12t should be used for roll forming. The stage is meant to acquire the highest compactness. The surface should always be moist for better results
The seventh and last stage of the Soil Stabilization should be should treating the new road surface, which should not be less than 7 days. The treatment starts immediately after the completion of the rolling. That is basically what a standard road mixing method should look like. However, high quality and advanced equipment are needed for quality work.