Inyatsi Construction LTD, the leading Construction Company in Eswatini has during 2018 decided to manufacture and pave Hot Mix Asphalt for their contracts in Eswatini.
To ensure that this venture will be delivering the high standard of workmanship that Inyatsi are known for, a very competent team using state of the art equipment has been established.
Asphalt manufacturing is not a new concept for Inyatsi as the Company has successfully completed a number of Asphalt contracts over the African continent.
The management team has, combined, in excess of a 120 years’ experience in Asphalt production and paving
THE ASPHALT PLANT
The Asphalt situated at Sikhupe is a brand-new state of the art Ciber iNova capable of mixing up to a 120t per hour. The plant is continuous counterflow type with a pugmill mixer that ensures proper binder coating and homogenous mixes.
The paving equipment has been carefully selected to ensure that it is suitable for all types of applications.
At the heart of the operation is the Bomag BF300P paver fitted with a state-of-the-art level control system to ensure that thickness, level and riding quality parameters are met. This paver is capable of paving up to 300t per hour and can pave widths from 1,7m up to 4,2m, making it very suitable for both highway and township work.
Proper compaction is ensured with the use of the compacting screed of the paver, which is supported with the use of a Bomag BW141AD50 vibratory Double Drum roller with an operating weight of 7tons. The drum width of 1.5m ensures that an excellent static point loading of 23kg/cm or 75kN
The Pneumatic tyre roller ensures that final compaction is achieved. This roller has an operating weight of 24t. This weight can be increased to 27t by adding additional ballasting or weights.
The individual managers have done extensive contracts over the African Continent ranging from Runways (OR Tambo International & King Mswati III), Freeways such as the GFIP Toll Projects, N3, N1, N4 in South Africa, various projects in Zambia.
The team is currently busy on the access road to the Mlilwane game reserve.