• Pavement is outlined and pegged to get proper alignment.
  • Modification of soil is undertaken (if required).
  • Based on the OMC established at site, add IPPL SS-IX to the Water in the Browser.
  • This Admixture of IPPL SS-IX and water at 1% above OMC, is sprayed to the ripped
    pavement and evenly distributed   throughout the pavement material.
  • Pulverization on the SSB Pavement after applied the IPPL SS-IX admixture.
  • Pavement is profiled (to design alignment).
  • Pavement compacted to min. 98% of maximum dry density (MDD) and verify in-situ
    with FDD test.
  • Pavement is open to traffic after 3 days.
  • Wearing surface - Bitumen layer is added within 5-7 days.


  • Hydraulic Motor Grader with back-end ripper
  • Tractor with Ripper/Cultivator optional to Hydraulic Motor Grader
  • with back-end ripper or Pulverizer Machine
  • Water Browser with min. carrying capacity of 4000/12000 litres with attached sprinkler pump
  • Vibratory soil compactor 11 ton capacity Survey equipment set
  • D.C.P., N.D.G. testing equipment and Moisture meter


  • Scarify the existing surface and remove tree roots, stumps and vegetation.
  • Remove loose debris if any.
  • Dump & Spread the SSB Mix material over the Subgrade /GSB top layers as required.
  • Remove loose debris if any.
  • Rip/Furrow the surface to desired depth.
  • Remove all particles above the standard grading analysis.


  • IPPL SS-IX as per the specific design requirements is added to water tanker complying to
    the OMC requirements of the stabilizing pavement layer.
  • Water tanker evenly sprays the IPPL SS-IX & Water Admixture over the stabilizing surface.


  • Using the motor grader, furrow the pavement surface upto a specified layer thickness using
    the ripper attachment. Alternately, a tractor attached Ripper/Cultivator can also be used for
    small works.
  • This can also be done by a conventional Reclaimer/ Stabilizer machines.


  • After mixing IPPL SS-IX admixture into the approved soil, profile the formation with a motor grader.
  • Compact the treated surface with a vibrating roller (not less than 11 tons capacity) to reach
    maximum Dry Density (MDD).
  • The rolling pattern must be 2 plain passes from low camber towards high camber. Then compact
    the treated surface again from low camber in a low vibration amplitude and in the reverse direction
    the compactor must be in a non vibratory mode.
  • If surface cracks are visible, skim the formation surface with a grader at desired O.M.C.
  • Do the final compaction with vibrating roller.
  • Vibration mode in one direction and non-vibratory in the reverse direction.
  • After compaction, leave the pavement closed for minimum 72 hours and then open to traffic.
    The pavement may be required to be closed for longer in case of any rain.


  • Road to be left unsealed for a period of minimum a week for the moisture to evaporate.
  • Apply Prime/ Tack coat.
  • Lay the wearing course as per design requirements.
  • Alternatively, incase to be left unsealed, a diluted mix of IPPL SS-IX can be sprayed at a ratio of
    250ml of IPPL SS-IX mixed with a further 3 parts water (750ml) and applied at a mixed ratio of
    1 liter/m2 as per engineer’s decision and reapplying of sealing may require as per in C2
    conditions and can be re-applied in 6 month intervals.
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