Paving Rock Hard Roads Naturally
Reserch shows that Petraviam is twice as strong as asphalt1 and mother nature provided her own test. In October and November of 2018 record rainfall and flooding crushed bridges and destroyed roads in Central Texas. Where concrete and asphalt failed to stand up raging flood waters, Petraviam remained rock hard and impervious. Watch the video to learn more.
Access to the Petraviam shop was cut off by the Big Sandy's 6-feet of raging flood waters in October of 2018. Water velocity exceeded 2,000 Cubic Feet Per Minute2 and ripped up the asphalt and concrete on the Jonestown side of the low water crossing.
On the Petraviam side, the paving stayed rock hard and smooth even after the raging water ripped up the asphalt and concrete and after being submerged for one week.
2. Lower Colorado River Authority Historical Hydromet Data site 3953
Petraviam Paving is Tougher than Asphalt and Lasts for Years