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Military operations around the world turn to Soilworks to solve their soil stabilization and dust control challenges. Our products continue to be rigorously tested and field-verified annually by military organizations including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Reduce Sand Ejecta with Durasoil
Soilworks’ patented synthetic dust suppression fluid, Durasoil, is used on military helipads in dry, desert climates to maintain clean air quality and prevent hazardous brownouts generated by helicopter rotor wash. Durasoil’s unique, gas-to-liquid technology provides a long-lasting and self-healing application that never evaporates, making it the dust control product of choice for areas of extreme heat.
A 2012 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report revealed that Durasoil-treated sand is safer than multiple alternatives, delivering the lowest level of ejected sand when compared to untreated soil or soil treated with water.
Durasoil can be easily applied by military crews with any equipment capable of spraying water including basic fuel transfer and fire suppression equipment, providing a simple and reliable solution. The solution can also be used to control dust at base camps and to treat against insects. Not only is Durasoil efficient in preventing hazards, but also in improving soldiers’ safety, quality of life and overall morale.
Military organizations also utilize Soilworks products to mitigate a variety of possible hazards such as:
· Helipad & Airfield Foreign Object Debris Control
· FARP & Landing Zone Stabilization & Dust Control
· Lines of Communication Road Dust Suppression
· Foreign Object Debris Stabilization & Dust Suppression
· Rapid Airfield Construction of Unimproved Runways and Aprons
· Target Range Colorization & Dust Control
Chad Falkenberg is the founder, chairman and CEO of Soilworks, the world’s leading provider of dust control and soil stabilization solutions. Falkenberg founded Soilworks on strict philosophy of establishing the industry’s standards for superior performance, accountability and environmental stewardship.