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Maybe you have seen of one of our trucks somewhere in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, or Rhode Island.
The Dosch-King Company has been in the pavement preservation business for nearly a century.
For over 80 years
The Dosch-King Company has been a successful road construction business, and it all started with just two men.
Dosch-King Emulsions was formed, and it has been a successful road emulsion manufacturing company ever since.
We do everything
Since 1926, Dosch-King serving many municipalities, as well as commercial and residential customers.
Crack Sealing is a hot poured rubberized sealant. The material comes packaged in 30lb. blocks and is melted in a double walled kettle and applied @450 degrees. The process involves cleaning the existing cracks with forced air and then applying the rubberized sealant and striking off the excess material to leave the material even or recessed with the roadway.
Chip Seal is the process of applying emulsified asphalt at a measured amount to a clean stable surface and then place clean aggregate over the emulsion. Once the stone is applied, pneumatic tire rollers compact all loose aggregate while not pulverizing the material. Chip Seal leaves a wearing surface that gives a 5-7 year life cycle. Chip Seals can be applied using either 3/8” size aggregate or ¼” size. Also, Chip Seals can be applied in multiple layers.
Micro-surfacing is a polymer modified cold mix paving system which incorporates carefully selected materials, detailed design parameters, advanced technical specifications and proven field practices to remedy a broad range of problems on today’s streets, highways and commercial parking facilities.
Micro-surfacing allows for quick traffic, high skid resistance, uniform block color, surface restoration, and service life to high-speed, heavy traffic roadways.
A Cape Seal is an application of Chip Seal followed by an application of Micro-Surfacing. This technique is designed for roads that show significant wear and extensive cracking. The Chip Seal application provides a ‘bridge” for the deteriorated surface and the Micro-Surfacing addresses the smooth finish.