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Crafco Inc.

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420 N Roosevelt
Chandler, Arizona
USA
85226
602.276.0406
480.961.0513

Crafco is the world’s leading manufacturer—in quantity and diversity—of packaged pavement preservation products for asphalt and concrete, such as hot-pour crack and joint sealants, hot-pour mastics and cold-mix for pavement surface patching and repair. Crafco is the only company to manufacture these types of products and the equipment to apply them. Crafco pavement preservation products have proven, through long- and short-term independent studies, to extend the service life of pavement, and they can help extend the lives of pavement surface treatments. Crafco also manufacturers silicone, geo-composites and other pavement preservation materials and equipment. Crafco is proud to manufacture products in the U.S. with many manufacturing locations nationwide.


Products

  • The Crafco Mastic One is designed to treat distresses in asphalt cement pavement (ACP) such as cracking; patching and potholes; surface deformation; surface defects; and miscellaneous distresses....
  • The Crafco TechCrete is designed to treat distresses in Portland cement concrete pavement (PCCP), including cracking, joint deficiencies, surface defects and miscellaneous distresses in PCCP....
  • Crack sealant is not all created equal. Meeting specifications is one metric, but studies have shown that meeting a particular specification does not equal long-term performance on the road. In many...
  • The Crafco pavement router removes deteriorated asphalt and debris from pavement cracks and creates a new, clean crack sealant reservoir for sealant to adhere to and move with the surrounding...
  • The Crafco spray injection patcher is designed to patch potholes and other pavement distresses.  It cleans the distress, applies a tack coat, applies aggregate coated with hot asphalt emulsion and...
  • The Crafco Super Shot is an oil-jacketed melter/applicator designed to apply crack sealant and filler to pavement cracks and joints, resulting in extended pavement service life. It received the Roads...

Understand why crack-sealing moving cracks is imperative to extending sealant service life and pavement life, as well as saving money.

The Nicollet County (Minn.) Highway Department needed to repair transverse cracks on County Road 13. This two-lane road has annual traffic of 302,950 vehicles, including large tractor-trailers. In addition to traffic, the fluctuating Minnesota weather plays a factor in creating pavement distresses...
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is always on the lookout for durable solutions for pavement preservation. Degradation caused by natural forces, traffic and other means is a continual challenge for keepers of the infrastructure—they need to treat defects such as surface spalling, panel...
The city of Des Moines Department of Public Works has had an ongoing pavement maintenance program to fill cracks for the last 25 years. However, to improve the overall condition of the city's street system, it was decided to increase street funding for hot-mix asphalt (HMA) resurfacing. At that...
New York Rte. 219 in Western New York is a 65 mph limited-access four-lane divided highway. Within the last few years, the composite pavement was milled and resurfaced.  However, recent reflective cracking over the transverse and longitudinal joints has created a maintenance problem for the New...
I-95 is the main highway along the East Coast of the U.S., running from Miami all the way to the Canadian border in Maine. It is the longest north-south interstate highway, spanning 1,925 miles while passing through 15 states, more than any other interstate. One of the states I-95 passes through...

Click below to download the Crafco Router Brochure.

Click below to download the Crafco Super Shot Brochure.

Click below to download the Crafco Spray Injection Patcher Brochure.

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