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What is your need?
Use the table below to identify which equipment will meet your measurement needs.
|Surface Type||Measurement||Equipment Solution|
||Any Iris system|
IrisPRO Pave or
Pavement Survey Vehicles
ICC designs and builds survey vehicles to measure road and airport pavements throughout their lifecycle:
- Pre-construction surveys, design surveys
- Post-construction quality control, as-built surveys
- Annual and biennial condition surveys
- Long-term pavement performance monitoring
Understanding the functional performance over time is critical to managing those assets properly. Condition data is a required input for every pavement management system (PMS). Our equipment is accurate and repeatable, giving you confidence in your decision-making process.
Road Friction Testers
ICC designs and builds equipment to measure pavement friction, a critical component of any highway safety improvement program. Friction testers are used for:
- Regular network-level safety and friction surveys
- High Friction Surface Treatment (HFST) testing
- Crosswalk and patterned pavement testing
- Pavement acceptance testing
Understanding safety parameters over time is critical to managing those assets properly. Our equipment is accurate and repeatable, giving you confidence in your decision-making process.
Runway Friction Testers
ICC now manufactures the NAC-DFT continuous friction measurement equipment (CFME), designed for airport runways:
- Regular runway friction testing, meeting FAA requirements
- Contaminant identification surveys
Understanding runway friction over time is essential to the safety of landing aircraft. Our equipment is certified by the FAA, giving you confidence in your decision-making process.
ICC reference devices provide high quality reference data to validate that your high speed collection systems are functioning properly.
Control sites, also called validation sites or certification sites, establish baseline data to which high speed pavement survey equipment can be compared.
MAP-21 and FAST legislation in the United States require state DOTs to have certification sites and to implement a process for validating the quality of all data collected for federal reporting purposes. Contact us today to find out how we can help.