Reduced Permeability

Using Armor Guard stabilizing polymers will help reduce permeability of treated roads and mitigate swelling due to water penetration. This will add to the road safety with less maintenance due to weather conditions both rain and freeze-thaw, and roads turning into mud.

Time & Money

Using Armor Guard polymers will expedite road construction over conventional methods. In addition, treated roads are less expensive than gravel and other road stabilization methods and products. Polymer treated roads will in the long run save time and money for traveled and haul roads.


Road stabilization is an important factor when considering road safety. Safety begins with Armor Guard polymers that increase tire traction and allow vehicles to traverse safely at higher speeds. Increasing the stability of the sub-base and finished road will increase vehicle control under variable weather conditions.


Incorporating Armor Guard into the road base both dirt and gravel will present a harder road surface for smoother driving conditions. The road will be less susceptible to potholes, ruts and wash boarding that will wear down both the vehicles suspension and tires.


Roads stabilized with Armor Guard polymers will have to be maintained less than with use of other soil products. This will reduce road maintenance crews and vehicle maintenance with less stress on the engines, increasing performance, increasing savings and costly repairs.

Increased PSI

Armor Guard, road stabilizing polymers, will increase the load-bearing PSI on treated soils. These polymers will increase the CBR and the UCS of most treated soils by 650%. This will allow higher weights over the road.

Environmentally Friendly

Armor Guard polymers are manufactured under strict environmental guidelines. They are safe to humans, wildlife, aquatic life and vegetation. When the product is cured, it will not leach into other areas or destabilize with positive drainage.