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MMAX - Machine Based Joint Repair System
Award winning, MMA Extruded Joint Repair system, revolutionary and exclusive to LMS Highways.
 
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At A Glance
  • Machine based joint repair system
  • 100% BBA HAPAS Approved
  • Hard wearing, resin based repair
  • Highways Excellence Awards – Product of the Year 2012
  • Mobile TM closures
  • One pass solution
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    Benefits
  • Laying speeds of up to 1,500m/h
  • No need for operatives in the carriageway
  • Safer, more efficient and more cost effective than other methods
  • MMAX can be utilised in a number of TM setups
  • Repairs in inclement weather conditions
  • Built upon LMS’s years of experience and expertise in Joint Repair
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    BBA HAPAS Approved
    MMAX™ is our revolutionary and exclusive, machine-based joint repair system, designed to seamlessly repair fretted joints in carriageways. The hard-wearing, resin based, lorry-mounted extrusion system is 100% BBA HAPAS approved and has been recognised for its excellence as winner of Highways Excellence Awards – Product of the Year 2012. The groundbreaking system builds upon LMS Highways’ years of experience and expertise at the forefront of joint repair on UK roads.
     
    Now Operating Under Mobile Closure
    With laying speeds of up to 1,500m/h and no need for operatives in the carriageway, the automated machine application is safer, more efficient and more cost effective than traditional methods. MMAX can be utilised in a number of TM setups. If the road and joint layout does not allow for a standard static closure with a 1.2m safety zone then either a mobile lane closure with crash cushion or a static closure with convoy working may be used – a benefit of not having any operatives in the carriageway.
     
    One Pass Solution
    MMAX is a complete joint repair solution, the process starts with a custom blower/drier that lifts any road debris from the joint being repaired and also dries the opening and a strip of road surface either side of the joint. This is then followed by the repair screed and overscatter aggregate to seal the joint and provide a textured, skid resistant finish. By aligning these processes on one vehicle works can continue even in inclement weather, as the screed unit is right behind the drying apparatus.
     
    10-15% cost savings when combined with other services
    Kerb To Kerb Savings
    LMS Highways are uniquely placed to offer a typical saving of between 10-15% when we supply more than one service, e.g. joint repair followed by road marking reinstatement. That means a great discount and a joined up service for better accountability and reduced closure times.
     
    Call us today on 01626 331771 to discuss your requirements.
     
    MMAX Joint Repair Questions?
    Contact us for friendly advice, a quote or site visit. We have depots across the UK.
     
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