Owner: Wayne County, Michigan

Project Description

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is one of the largest and most heavily trafficked airfields in the United States. In 2012 new construction began on Runway 4R-22L, where the original pavement had been installed for more than 30 years. D.S. Brown’s field-proven Delastic Preformed Pavement Seal was specified for use in the concrete joints of the new 12,000-ft runway and associated taxiways.


Delastic Preformed Pavement Seal

Since 1960, Delastic Preformed Pavement Seals have met the critical challenges posed each day on the highways and airport runways that carry our commerce and families. D.S. Brown’s pavement seals protect Detroit’s Runway 4R-22L by keeping moisture, debris and incompressible material out of its concrete joint openings.

Delastic Seals are easy to install and always accessible for inspection. They minimize the opportunities for pavement cracking, chipping, buckling and premature deterioration. Delastic Preformed Pavement Seals are the longest lasting joint sealant available and are preferred at DTW because they have the lowest lifecycle cost compared with other types of FAA-approved sealants.

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