What is RePLAY?
RePLAY Agricultural Oil Seal and Preservation Agent is a patented solution that extends the life of paved asphalt surfaces up to 5-7 years.
How does RePLAY™ work?
Over time, asphalt oxidizes and wears out due to oxygen in the air and traffic on the surface. In colder temperatures, the freezing/thawing process also contributes to cracking and potholes. RePLAY™ was created to restore paved asphalt surfaces
and is proven to reverse the oxidation process, while maintaining the skid resistance of any paved asphalt surface. When the solution is sprayed on an asphalt surface, it
penetrates deep into the matrix (between .75-1.25”) and adds new polymers to the mix, reversing the oxidation process below the surface and repairing hairline cracks on the surface.
Where is RePLAY approved?
RePLAY™ is currently approved for use in North America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.
Is RePLAY guaranteed?
It is guaranteed to work as intended when applied properly on intact, recently paved road surfaces (within two years of paving with no visible surface damage otherthan discoloration).
How does RePLAY affect the skid resistance of the asphalt surface?
RePLAY does not impact the skid resistance of the asphalt surface. In fact, it helps maintain the skid resistance of the surface, unlike other products.
What surfaces are appropriate for RePLAY?
Any asphalt surface that is not far too damaged.
How long has RePLAY been on the market?
How is RePLAY applied?
On large areas, RePLAY is applied with spray equipment that is attached to a truck, such as the RePLAY™ Spray System. RePLAY™ can also be applied with a hand sprayer for smaller areas such as sidewalks and trail paths.
Where can RePLAY be used?
RePLAY™ can be used on just about any paved asphalt surface, including asphalt parking lots, streets and highways, highway rumble strips, airport runways and taxiways, sidewalks, trails, and even tennis courts.
How long does RePLAY take to cure?
Between 15 and 30 minutes depending on weather conditions.
When should RePLAY be applied?
RePLAY™ achieves the best results when applied immediately after repaving – within about two weeks as soon as the asphalt sets until about three years into its life
span. Asphalt loses about 50% of its polymers, oils, and quality of its composite makeup during this time, and after about two or three years, it is ready to be rejuvenated instead of repaved.
How often should RePLAY be applied?
It depends on the condition of the surface. For instance, if a road is in good shape, RePLAY should be applied every four to five years. If it is in fair shape, it should be applied every two to three years, as long as the road is not raveling. If the road has alligator cracking, RePLAY cannot repair the damage and should not be used.
When shouldn’t RePLAY be applied?
When the road surface is far too damaged and is a better candidate for repaving. RePLAY™ can be used to stabilize a road, but it will not cure pre-existing problems. RePLAY™ will mostly stop further deterioration unless the surface is returning to its
original gravel state. Alligator cracking is a good barometer of this condition. RePLAY™ should NOT be used on surfaces treated with coal tar.
What weather conditions are necessary for RePLAY?
Applying RePLAY™ calls for dry conditions, and a dry road with temperatures above 40ºF/4ºC. RePLAY™ should never be applied in wet, freezing conditions.
What countries have applied RePLAY™?
United States of America, Canada, Turkey, India, United Kingdom, Australia.
What states in the US have applied RePLAY™?
Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, District of Columbia, Wisconsin, Michigan, New Jersey, Tennessee, California, Kansas, Nebraska, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Idaho.
How many miles of pavement have been sprayed with RePLAY™?
Over 100,000 multi-lane miles.
How many square feet can be sprayed in one tote of RePLAY™?
18,000 square feet.
How many square meters can be sprayed in one tote of RePLAY™?
1,672 square meters.
Why was RePLAY™ invented?
RePLAY™ was invented to preserve roads with non-petroleum materials produced domestically and available internationally.
Why is RePLAY better than petroleum-based competitive products?
Unlike petroleum-based products, RePLAY™ is non-toxic, non-polluting, safe for the user, CO2 negative, and environmentally friendly.
What are SBS and SBBS polymers?
SBS stands for Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene; SBBS stands for Styrene-Butadiene-Butadiene-Styrene. These are Superpave polymers that strengthen and increase the
durability and longevity of the road.
How is RePLAY CO2 negative?
RePLAY™ does NOT generate CO2, and in fact, consumes CO2 when the raw materials are produced, while other petroleum-based products contribute CO2, which deteriorates the Ozone layer (among other concerns).
What are carbon emissions?
Carbon emissions are the discharge of carbon and carbon dioxide into the air.
How are carbon emissions measured?
In the tons discharged.
How does CO2 harm the environment?
Problems like global warming and the increased growth of undesirable plants that harm ecosystems are just a couple of the problems caused by CO2.
What other environmental benefits does RePLAY™ deliver?
When RePLAY™ is used versus petroleum-based products, it takes less money to protect and maintain the environment; users are safer when applying RePLAY™. Our raw materials return nitrogen to the soil, thus requiring less or no fertilizers
(which are petroleum-based) to grow crops, including our those used for our food sources.
Will RePLAY kill grass and other foliage new spray sites?
Yes and no. When used properly at the recommended rate, no. If overused, the tops will die back, but immediately begin to grow again.
What quantities of RePLAY™ can be shipped?
Totes and bulk, in either isotanks or tankers (6,400 gallons).
Are there any shipping restrictions on RePLAY?
There are, but only when shipping over water. Due to the restrictions placed on most chemicals by the United Nations, RePLAY is treated as a hazardous material when shipped over water, in the case that it should be spilled into an ocean. By the same standard, orange juice falls under this shipping compliance. However, when shipped over land in the Americas, it is not a hazardous material.