Cooling pavement for cooler city

Asphalt roads are warmed by the absorption of solar radiation,with high temperature stored in the road the heat being slowly released back into environment resulted an increase of climate degree in the urban built city.   

At Current, we protect the environment by commencing innovated solution for road pavement materials. Our product design to reduce road temperature by 8°C to 12°C aligned with Cooling Singapore project to address the UHI and OTC issues as part of effort to achieve Singapore's policy goals of improving livability.

We offer range of high performance product portfolio:

  • Conseal (Polymer-based Crack Sealant) -  Resolve road cracks issues.

  • Coolseal (Water-based Asphalt Emulsion Seal Coat) - Lower the road surface temperature.

 

California State University
California State University

GuardTop Coolseal surface coating at sport stadium of California State University, Monterey Bay

Granada Hills, California
Granada Hills, California

Application of Coolseal to lower the street temperature as effort to fight climate change

City of Salisbury
City of Salisbury

City of Salisbury, SuperSealing to define the project as effort to reduce road temperature

The City of Los Angeles
The City of Los Angeles

The City of Los Angeles is covering city streets in a grayish-white coating of Coolseal

Fonterra Factory
Fonterra Factory

Factory Pavement Repairs & Replacement - New Zealand

Christchurch
Christchurch

Christchurch Earthquake response with conseal application to help prevent road and pathway erosion that had suffered extensive wash away damage

City of Unley - South Australia
City of Unley - South Australia

Conseal application at the City of Unley as collaboration to maintain road assets and best practice for cost saving

Knox Shopping Centre
Knox Shopping Centre

Conseal applied to resurface the bus terminal area

Monash Freeway - Victoria
Monash Freeway - Victoria

Conseal was applied at The Monash Freeway that carries 110 cars per minute, travelling at 100 kph