Road layer profile with asphalt reinforcement
Asphalt inserts
Effect of an asphalt insert

Asphalt Reinforcement


The sustainable
rehabilitation method


For 50 years, HaTelit asphalt inlays have
enabled you to rehabilitate roads, motorways
and airports worldwide faster, and more
economically, to significantly extend the useful
life of asphalt surfaces and reduce CO2 emissions.

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HUESKER Australia Pty Ltd
PO Box 593
QLD 4573 Coolum Beach

Asphalt reinforcement for the efficient and
sustainable rehabilitation of traffic surfaces

Asphalt reinforcements (asphalt reinforcements, asphalt inlays) are today an integral part of road rehabilitation in road construction. Due to continuously increasing mobility, our roads are also becoming more and more stressed. In many places, roads are ageing and it is urgently necessary to clear the rehabilitation backlog and to repair the old, dilapidated asphalt roads and to delay the undesirable reflection cracking, which is the cause of many road damages, in the long term. Other reasons for reflection cracking are the natural temperature fluctuations and the different temperature behaviour of asphalt and concrete. With conventional asphalt road construction, high stress concentrations at the crack tip result in crack propagation that penetrates into the top asphalt surface layer. Our solution: asphalt inlays made of particularly flexible geogrids, which we manufacture from various high-quality raw materials in order to be able to respond to individual requirements. For easy installation, they are already provided with a unique, bitumen-based coating (bitumen content > 65 %) at the factory. Compared to conventional construction methods, road rehabilitation with asphalt reinforcement benefits from shorter installation times, less material input and saves not only costs, but also harmful CO2 emissions thanks to the more sustainable service life due to 4-fold delayed cracking.

CO2 reduction visualized by downward pointing arrow
CO2 saving
Per km rehabilitated > 24,300 kg CO2 saving
Acceleration compared to conventional methods
Faster than conventional methods
Fewer traffic jams and roadworks for smooth traffic flow
Less traffic jams
Fewer roadworks and traffic jams
Financial improvement: euro sign and graph for decreasing cost
Cost saving
Cost saving 35% - 40%
Environmental friendliness: recycling and material reuse symbol
Can be reused in the milled mix during dismantling
Traffic optimization: clock symbol on road for longer service life
Extends the service life of traffic areas
Durable roads: Symbolism of tire and crack for strong resistance
High resistance to long-term dynamic traffic loads
Durable protection: graphic emphasizes reliable reflection delay
Maximum retardation of reflective cracking
Product logo: ecoLine - Sustainable solution made from 100% recycled PET with CO2 savings.
ecoLine product line
Also available in 100% recycled PET
Further saving of > 600 kg/km CO2
Efficient bond: mesh size and bitumen content specifically for optimum bonding

Optimal mesh sizes and bitumen coating

Nothing sticks to bitumen better than bitumen! That is why we use a coating with a bitumen content > 65% for all our products.

The bond plays a decisive role in the rehabilitation of asphalt surfaces and concrete pavements. The level of bond depends on the interlocking, bonding and friction in the asphalt layers. Good asphalt reinforcement specifically promotes these properties by the size of the mesh and by a coating with a high bitumen content.
HaTelit does not interfere with the bond between the asphalt layers.

Easy and safe laying with bituminous coating and laying aid

Simple and safe installation

  • The bituminous coating produces very good adhesion to the substrate
  • The laying aid leads to time saving and offers good positional stability
  • Roll lengths up to 150 m and variable roll widths up to 5 m reduce
    overlaps and increase installation performance
  • Optimal pliability, flexibility and adaptability facilitate installation
Production of resistant road with roller and termachine

Resistant to installation damage

  • When passing over with mixer trucks as well as tracked pavers
  • When compacting the asphalt
  • When laying on a milled surface
  • In alkaline environment (when laid on concrete surfaces)
Compaction of fresh asphalt with roller and bitumen coating for strong bond

Good bonding!

  • Bonding of the reinforcement to the asphalt and bonding of the asphalt
    layers to each other
  • Good interlocking of the asphalt layers due to the laying aid made of
    ultra-light non-woven fabric and the mesh size > 3 cm
  • Permanently high adhesive bond due to the bitumen coating
Road layer profile: rehabilitation process with asphalt layers and laying on the binder

Rehabilitation of Asphalt Pavements

  • Simple, fast and cost-effective solution with CO2 emission saving advantages when using asphalt layers
  • Installation of the reinforcement grid directly on to the binder
  • The asphalt reinforcement prevents existing reflection cracks from penetrating into the surface course
    and prevents the formation of new reflection cracksat the same time


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anization of concrete surfaces with asphalt inlays for long-term crack prevention.

Rehabilitation of Concrete Pavements

  • Counteract the formation of cracks in the asphalt pavement in the long term by using asphalt
    inlays to reinforce the layers
  • Installation of our SamiGrid® XP 50 S asphalt reinforcement directly on to the concrete surface
  • Fast, economical and permanent rehabilitation of concrete pavements


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Our asphalt reinforcement in practice

Motorways, roads and airports