American Road Patch
Contains, strengthens, and seals potholes, cracks, and utility cut repairs
American Road Patch embeds into the roadway forming a waterproof seal, extending the life of repairs. Unlike traditional methods, American Road Patch is a cost-effective product that properly contains, strengthens, and seals potholes, cracks, and utility cut repairs – while keeping water out!
Features & Benefits:
- Easy to apply - no special trucks or equipment needed
- High-strength fiberglass grid reinforced
- Bonds to both asphalt and concrete
- Patented technology
- Plow resistant
- Complete repairs without shutting down the roadway
>50 x 50 kN/m
|Mass per unit area||
39.37” x 21’
Resources & Guides
Can the top (aggregate surface) or bottom (bitumen side) of American Road Patch be heated with a torch?
It is acceptable to lightly heat the top (aggregate surface) of the patch to soften the bitumen before embedment. Apply torch 8” – 12” away, constantly moving the torch evenly over the surface, as to avoid burning or melting the surface. Holding the torch in one place will melt the surface. Do not heat or torch the bottom (bitumen side) of the patch. Doing so may result in damage to the bitumen preventing it from installing properly. It is best to heat the pavement directly in front of the patch as the patch is placed on the pavement, as noted in the instructions.
Can American Road Patch be milled?
Yes, American Road Patch will mill up with pavement milling operations.
How easy is it to cut American Road Patch?
Using a utility knife, it is recommended to cut from the bottom or release paper side as it will cut cleaner through the bitumen and aggregate.
Can seal coat such as driveway sealer, slurry seal, or Chipseal be used over top of American Road Patch?
Yes, once installed American Road Patch can be sealed with driveway sealer, slurry seal, or Chipseal.
Is there a recommended primer or sealer for American Road Patch installation?
Some examples of primers are: Carlisle CCW–702 WB, Carlisle CCW–715 (must dry before applying American Road Patch), Henry HE203–Roll Roofing Adhesive. Be sure to follow the primer manufacturer instructions as stated on each individual product.