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By Lisa Hurley Tony Laurenson started his catering empire by going on the road; he now goes all over the world. Tony Laurenson started his catering empire by going on the road; he now goes all over the world. read[…]Read more...
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|I-Trac Temporary Roadway|
I-Trac is a heavy-duty roadway system that performs up to the standards of wood and composite roadways that weigh four times as much.
The ingenious design uses tongue-in-groove interaction and a geometry that ensure no continuous linear joints anywhere in the assembled area. This greatly reduces rutting and structural degradation since there is no "weak" or articulating line anywhere. In fact, if you hooked a large pad of I-Trac temporary roadway right in the middle, you could pick the whole sheet up as if it was one piece.
The I-Trac roadway mats are truly portable as well. We can get four to five times more area on a truck than competing products. This provides extreme savings in transport and greatly reduces the environmental impact. Also, the panels are completely sealed. This means they can be cleaned in situ to ensure seeds and contaminates from one area are not transported to another.
Another advantage of the I-Trac access mats is that they are hand deployable. No heavy equipment is required for installation or recovery. Again, less environmental impact - and a tremendous decrease in operational costs.
We aren't asking our customers to be part of our development team. I-Trac has been in production and operation in Europe for over six years. It is fully developed as the following videos show. The new production line is now in operational in the USA.
While this product is NEW to North America it has been used and proven in Europe for over five years. Now we have new production tools in manufacturing facilities in Kentucky and California that utilize all the features and structure of the European I-Trac as well as some added features learned through the years.
See the following videos of some of the work I-Trac has done in the past.