29 March 2021

UltraCrete Permanent Pothole Repair certified for 10 years

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UltraCrete, manufacturer of specialist highway maintenance materials, are celebrating after their world renowned Permanent Pothole Repair received BBA HAPAS Certification for the 10th year.

To ensure compliance, UltraCrete are audited every 6 months by the British Board of Agrément (BBA) according to an agreed quality plan which includes production surveillance. A full review of the certificate is then completed every 3 years. This review involves visiting UltraCrete at their state-of-the-art manufacturing facility to confirm formulations, conduct literature reviews and visit a number of repair sites to ensure Permanent Pothole Repair is performing within specification.

Each repair site must be at least 2 years old, is chosen at random from a list of twenty and is assessed for signs of weathering and deterioration. Only once the BBA are satisfied that all these targets have been met, and the repair sites are still in excellent condition, is a certificate re-issued.

This approval shows UltraCrete’s customers that they are committed to supplying them with products that are proven to stand the test of time. This approval is not the only cause for celebration at UltraCrete. In Autumn 2020, their market-leading Instant Road Repair also received BBA HAPAS Certification for the 19th year.

UltraCrete Permanent Pothole Repair is the ideal solution for repairing potholes in roads, pavements, driveways and car parks. This much-loved cold lay asphalt concrete can be trafficked instantly in wet, freezing and hot conditions and at the same time, is compatible with the existing road surface.

Ready to use straight from the bag or bucket, Permanent Pothole Repair doesn’t require any special preparation and is easy to apply and compact. To watch a short application video of Permanent Pothole Repair, please visit Instarmac.co.uk/support/videos.

Choose UltraCrete for materials that are tested, proven and trusted. For more information on Permanent Pothole Repair and the other approved and certified materials available from UltraCrete, please contact their team of highway experts by calling +44 (0) 1827 254402 or emailing ultracrete@instarmac.co.uk.

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