In Magadan, Russia, reconstruction of the airport paving and a drainage system using Elvaloy® RET allows the local airport to receive heavier aircraft (up to 500 tons).
This intersection was part of a paving test to show the rut resistance benefits of DuPont™ Elvaloy® RET. Rutting measurements were taken after years of service and showed significantly reduced wheel track deformation.
Busy Central Square in Kiev, Ukraine, avoids rutting using asphalt binder strengthened by modification with Elvaloy® RET.
Nestlé uses structures containing DuPont™ Bynel® in their award-winning, sterile barrier packaging for baby food.
An 80-km Viapar road section was laid using Elvaloy® RET in a special mix called "MICRO a Quente."
Paved using Elvaloy® RET, this road is part of the Transoceanica project, crossing Peru and helping indigenous families move goods to market, serves tourism and helps bring better medical care into the region.
Two airports in Bulgaria choose modified asphalt for durability.
Ingenious design using DuPont™ Zytel® HTN PPA has an integrated “Mis-Fuel Inhibitor” involving a neck with an opening and spring-loaded detents that allow entry of only the proper fuel nozzle for a particular vehicle.
Resurfaced Croatian bridge pavement resists rutting from heavy trucks using modified binder PMB 45, made by adding DuPont™ Elvaloy® RET to local bitumen BIT 60.
Paved with bitumen modified with Elvaloy® RET, the Carolos Perez Perasso Bridge handles 70,000 vehicles per day.
World's highest road in the Himalayan Mountains was paved with Elvaloy® RET-modified bitumen for its resistance to thermal cracking and easy workability using hand tools in thin air and high altitude conditions.
A NATO military airport in Kbely, Czech Republic, was paved with an Elvaloy® RET modified PMB called "Mofalt E®," which was chosen because of its high resistance to fuels.
European packaging converter WipakGryspeert uses DuPont™ Bynel® in foam trays for a more efficient, flexible, and fresher packaging solution for meat, seafood and ready-to-eat meals.
Czech Republic racetrack strengthens asphalt pavement with Elvaloy® RET to deliver a fuel-resistant pavement and race surface with extra rutting needed to sustain exciting motorsports competition.
GVK Expressway (Jaipur to Kishangarh) in the State of Rajasthan is located in a high-temperature desert zone, with sections subject to heavy traffic. Lanes made with Elvaloy® resisted stripping and rutting.
FM-1810 near Decatur, Texas, was repaved using asphalt binder modified with DuPont™ Elvaloy® RET to handle extra heavy traffic from nearby rock quarries.
In 2002, a two-km section of Rodovia Anhangüera (SP-330) in Brazil was repaved by contractor Andrade Gutierrez using a CBUQ Faixa III Dersa hot mix asphalt made with Elvaloy® RET for extra durability.
Brasil's federal highway BR-101, also called Translitorânea, runs the length of Brazil. Paving a section of the highway with a binder made with Elvaloy® RET helped assure a long-lasting pavement, meeting local hot mix specification CBUQ Faixa "C".
Popular Pennsylvania road for trucks relies on a mix of Elvaloy® RET for performance. The mix did not push or crack when rolled.
DuPont offers several polymer impact modifier technologies that can be used for toughened nylon, increasing low-temp. impact properties with good adhesion to nylon.
DuPont™ Elvaloy® RET was chosen as a binder modifier for India's first asphalt expressway, a 95-km, 4-lane artery connecting Ahmedabad and Vadodara. Friction course adhesion and rut resistance were main benefits achieved.
Elvaloy® RET asphalt modifier helps Montana's DOT reduce road maintenance costs.
Oklahoma Elvaloy® RET modified binder projects for major highways helps contractor work easier, deliver farther and pave smoother.
Elvaloy® RET delivers over 15 years of superior road life in Oregon's "high desert" region.
Contractors using RET have enjoyed hot mix asphalt consistency, easy spreading and compaction, and excellent road performance using this technology.
Bypass in Prague, Czech Republic, helps moves cars and cargo across Europe thanks to Elvaloy® RET
Because of its easy handling, spreading and compaction, bitumen modified using Elvaloy® RET can help speed road construction and reduce traffic delays in India.
Brazil’s Cimplast Embalagens uses DuPont™ Fusabond® resin to recycle agricultural chemical containers, turning the used containers into construction pipes.
Lukoil Perm Refinery, a local supplier of asphalt binder, used DuPont™ Elvaloy® RET to strengthen pavement resistance to rutting and cracking in the 6th largest city in Russia.
DuPont™ 20 series resins are proven for use in unit dose packaging for medications used for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma and listed in FDA Drug Master Files.
Made with DuPont™ Elvaloy® resin modifiers, impact-modified rigid PVC building panels make better, affordable homes for people in Mexico.
PMA used in runway paving at Culiacan Airport handles highest level of international traffice in Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico.
Asphalt modified with DuPont™ Elvaloy® RET handle easily and perform well, making them ideal for cost-effective, long-lasting airport runway paving improvements.
Rodovia Marechal Cândido Rondon (officially designated SP-300) is a second longest highway in Sao Paulo, Brasil, serving as a key link in Brasil's infrastructure.
DuPont™ Elvaloy® RET asphalt modifier has made its presence in the East African nation of Tanzania, where a 125-km highway section from Chalinze to Kitumbi was specified.
Transbrasilian Highway (BR-153), which cuts through nine states in Brazil, is highly variable in quality and traffic. A section of the highway was paved using a CBUQ Faixa C mix modified with Elvaloy® RET.