Who Is Stablearth ?

Stablearth are one of the UKs leading manufacturers and supplies in Soil Stabilization Technologyand products. It is based in Staffordshire , with sub-depots throughout the UK

What Is Stablearth ?

Stablearth is soil stabilisation technology which changes the properties of excavated materials. When mixed with suitable excavated materials Stablearth reacts with the free moisture present and drives out excess moisture for optimum compaction and starts the chemical reaction.

Why Use Stablearth ?

Products developed by Stablearth have, for many years, been used extensively to help regenerate soil for small excavations and pole consolidation purposes

Stabilization in a broad sense incorporates the various methods employed for modifying the properties of a soil to improve its engineering performance. Stabilization is being used for a variety of engineering works, the most common application being in the construction of road and airfield pavements, where the main objective is to increase the strength or stability of soil and to reduce the construction cost by making best use of locally available materials.
Natural soil is both a complex and variable material. Yet because of its universal availability and its low cost winning it offers great opportunities for skilful use as an engineering material.The chief properties of a soil with which the construction engineer is concerned are: volume stability, strength, permeability, and durability. Methods of stabilization may be grouped under two main types:
1. modification or improvement of a soil property of the existing soil without any admixture.
2. Modification of the properties with the help of admixtures
Myth – All on-site soils can be used for infill soil on SRWs.
NCMA has specifications for infill soils for a reason. If the soil has too many fines (clay) it won’t drain well and will heave, causing pressure behind the wall. That’s why NCMA specifies no more than 35% fines passing the 200 sieve. NCMA also prohibits any stone larger than 4″ because those boulders can work their way to the surface or to the back of the wall thru the freeze/thaw process.
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