Brisbane Airport - Touchdown Areas

Retex Pavement Services were engaged to remove rubber deposits from both touchdown areas of runway 01R/19L at Brisbane Airport. A total of 7000m2 of rubber was removed in 5 hours, improving skid resistance for both touchdown areas. The works took place during a heavy maintenance shutdown of the runway.


Gold Coast Airport - Friction Testing

Consult with Airside Asset Management and Maintenance Plan document which outlines regular friction testing regime and inspections, including electronic reporting supplied at conclusion of testing. Provide Maintenance Plan which outlines regulatory requirements for pavement friction values to ensure safe operation of aerodrome.


Canberra Airport - Runway Friction Testing

Runway Safety is one of the aviation industry’s largest ongoing compliance thresholds, specified by CASA and ICAO as being crucial to passenger and user safety. Built up rubber from landing aircraft can create friction hazards in wet weather, and regular friction audits allows all major airports to keep ahead of this ongoing maintenance issue.

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