Heatwurx Asphalt Repair Products and Processes Receives "Best in Class" Recognition from AASHTO
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo., May 3, 2012
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo., May 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Heatwurx™, Inc., an Asphalt Repair Equipment and Technology company, announced today that their products and processes have been recognized by the Technology Implementation Group of the American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO TIG) as "Best in Class" for the year 2012. Heatwurx utilizes their unique and innovative patent-pending processes and equipment to repair and rehabilitate damaged and deteriorated asphalt roadway surfaces utilizing their hot mix recycling process.
Heatwurx President Steve Garland said, "We are very excited about our recognition as Best in Class fromAASHTO because it sends a positive message about our products and processes to a full range of local, state and national road building and maintenance professionals. Ours is a proprietary method for in-place asphalt pavement rehabilitation and preservation that actually 'heals' roadway damage by recycling the existing asphalt, saving up to 60% over the cost of traditional short term patch methods. We appreciate the diligent efforts of Ms. Rukhsana Lindsey at the Utah Department of Transportation, and believe that the marketing campaign she will lead to incorporate this technology into the State DOT's will accelerate the adoption of the Heatwurx products and processes across the country."
The Heatwurx process not only reduces immediate repair costs, but also extends the expected life of the repair. According to Heatwurx inventor and company founder Richard Giles, recent tests have shown the Heatwurx healing method also saves substantially more money over the life of the roadway because "traditional pothole patches have a life expectancy of between two weeks and eighteen months, while the Heatwurx repair will last virtually as long as the roadway itself." The Heatwurx repair is seamless and completely homogenized with the surrounding pavement. To learn more about this innovative technology please see the links listed below.
Heatwurx Inc. holds corporate offices in Greenwood Village, Colorado, and manufactures the HWX30 and the HWX-AP40 in Ogden, Utah. The company will have worldwide distribution for its products by year-end 2012.
Contact: Steve Garland P.O. Box 3367 Greenwood Village, CO 80155 1-800-532-1279 firstname.lastname@example.org