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Diamond grinding is a concrete road restoration technique that corrects irregularities such as faulting and roughness on concrete surfaces in a predifined hight to meet the following targets:
Improvement of grip
Restoration of structural integrity to the road
Consequent noise reduction
Reduction in the potential of aquaplanning
Grinding with a bump cutter on a concrete road
The condition of a driving surface has great influence on grip and noise emission. Diamond grinding restores rideability by removing surface irregularities. An important effect of diamond grinding is the consequent noise reduction. The picture shows grinding with a bump cutter on a concrete road.
The surface of a concrete road after grinding
The picture shows surface of a concrete driving surface after grinding.
The surface of a runway after grooving
Grooving to prevent aeroplanes aquaplaning on runways using bump-cutting technology.