Magma No Pump

MAGMA NO PUMP

The MAGMA no pump gives you big performance in a small package. Available in 150 or 230 gallon capacity. See the general guidelines below to match your requirements:

Guidelines:

1.Your work consists mainly of parking lot with some road/ municipal work.
2.You typically seal less than 6,000-7,000 Linear feet in a day
3.You prefer using Banders or Pour Pots.

MAGMA M1

The MAGMA M1 is our most popular model. Get the performance of the bigger model in a smaller package with single axle that can be towed with a ½ ton pick up. See the general guidelines below to match your Requirements:

Guidelines:

1.Your work consists of some parking lot but mostly road/municipal work.
2.Your lane miles supported are less than 50 miles.
3.Average daily production of 3 -4 lane miles or less.

MAGMA M2

The MAGMA M2 is the workhorse of the industry. With 230 Gallons, dual loading doors and tandem axles, the M2 gets the job done. See the general guidelines below to match your requirements:

Guidelines:

1.Your work consists of mostly county/municipal.
2.Your lane miles supported are less than 100 miles.
3. Average daily production of 5 – 7 lane miles or more.

MAGMA M4

The MAGMA M4 is the biggest/ baddest melter in the  industry. With 410 Gallons, dual loading doors and tandem axles, the M4 puts the product down. See the general guidelines below to match your needs:
Guidelines:
1.Your work consists of Heavy county/ municipal work.
2.Your lane miles supported are more than 100 miles.
3.Average daily production of 8 lane miles or more.
4.You require dual hose sealing high volume work.

Crack Sealing Process

Crack sealing is the first line of Attack in a pavement maintenance program. Done properly it can add 5-7 years or more to a pavements lifecycle. Studies indicate that the longest lasting method is performed in 3 steps

Steps Involved

Prep

Prep the Crack with either a router or random crack saw. This opens up the crack, creates a reservoir and preps the edge for better bonding. Rout or Saw? The most common approach is Saw Concrete, Rout Asphalt.

Clean

Clean the crack with dry, clean compressed air or for the best results, use a Heat lance. A heatlance removes not only dirt but moisture and vegetation. The heat lance also heats the old surface which helps in bonding with the new sealant. THE CLEANING PROCESS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF THE PROCESS.

Seal

Seal the crack with a quality Polymer modified brand name rubberized hot-pour sealant. Hot-pour sealant is proven to last up to 10 times longer the cold applied products in flexible pavements.