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StreetPrint

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StreetPrint Training Guide 1.0 revised May 2012

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Overview This StreetPrint Training Guide includes all the resources required for installing StreetPrint through our self-training program. By combining online review and installation, you will learn how to install the product in a controlled environment. Upon completion, pictures will be submitted for evaluation. This training program has been organised into three components: 1. Online Review: Applicators are to review outlined videos and documents that cover all elements of installation. Upon review, they should have a very good, theoretical understanding of the StreetPrint process. 2. Installation: The StreetPrint Training Guide includes all instructional materials that are required for the training process. Applicators will be required to provide all their own tools, equipment, and approximately 60m of asphalt for the training pad. For a list of all required equipment please reference the StreetPrint equipment checklist. 3. Evaluation and Review: Digital photos and a written summary must be sent to Integrated Paving Concepts where they will be review by a qualified training representative. Once the evaluation is complete the applicator will be contacted for a correct and review session where the training representative will make a final assessment of the applicators competency and understanding of the StreetPrint process.

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1. Online Review The online review section of the training program requires access to a computer with the following components: Internet connection Speakers Printer Adobe Reader software Free download at www.adobe.com/au/products/reader.html Review content 1-9 is available at www.mpspaving.com.au/streetprint-training.html # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 List of Online/Video Content StreetPrint Equipment Checklist StreetPrint Substrate Guide Design and Layout *SR-120/ SR-60/ SR-20 General Overview Reheating Asphalt Stamping Asphalt Rapid Sprayer II StreetPrint Quality Guide StreetBond Training Guide Type of Media Written - PDF Document Written - PDF Document Online Video Online Video Online Video Online Video Online Video Written - PDF Document Written - PDF Document Date Viewed/Read

NOTE: All online content must be viewed and read before proceeding to the installation.

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2. Installation Materials 2 different main templates 1 Flexible Border template 1 Straight Border template

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All additional equipment listed on the StreetPrint Equipment Checklist Design Diagram The area required for the complete installation is approximately 60 m. If new asphalt is installed for the training pad, ensure appropriate mix is used and proper compaction/ rolling techniques are followed. If existing asphalt is used, make sure the area is free of defects and surface contaminants. Refer to StreetPrint Substrate Guide for more details on asphalt requirements.
9.14 m 5.48 m

6.09 m

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2. Installation Layout

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6.09 m 5.49 m

Using chalk lines, create a rectangular work space thats 9.14m x 6.09m. The lines of that rectangle will represent the boundaries of your project. Mark a straight line on the left side of the rectangle HINT: Ensure all corners are 90 degrees using a T square, laser square or the 3-4-5 method. Mark a 8.53m line and a 7.01m line on the top and bottom of the rectangle, perpendicular to line 1.

9.14 m

7.01 m

8.53 m

Mark a 3.96m line along the right side of the rectangle and use a flexible border template to mark a line that connects the 3.96m and 7.01m lines.

3.96 m

Create the center line by dividing in half to find the center

Measure 5.49m from the edge of the working space and then mark a line perpendicular to the centerline. Use the cross that is created as a reference point when marking each half of the wave accent with the flexible border template. As demonstrated in the Design and Layout video, use 2-3 crew members to place and mark the flexible templates along the cross

5.49 m

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2. Installation Layout

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Measure the pattern repeat on the first template, and use that measurement to create parallel lines on both sides of the center line using the techniques demonstrated in the Design and Layout video. Measure the pattern repeat on the second template, and use that measurement to create parallel lines on both sides of the center line. NOTE: The parallel lines for each pattern wont line up because the pattern repeat is different.

NOTE: it is useful to have marks on the main template to coordinate with the centerline and the parallel lines during stamping. Use paint to mark the template as demonstrated in the Design and Layout video.

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2. Installation

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Now that the project layout is complete, you can start the heating and stamping process. For this training pad, the borders will be stamped first to create a defined area to stamp the main templates.

The SR-20 border heater will provide the most effective heating. The SR-20 is most effective in heating 2.43m lengths, so heat and stamp your layout lines, 2.43-3.04m at a time until all borders are stamped.

Using the SR-60/SR-120 and short cycling is an option if you dont have a SR-20. With your SR60/SR-120 align the heater so that all the heater banks pass over one section of the layout. Then use the forward reverse buttons to short cycle the heaters on that area. NOTE: Short cycling prevents the asphalt from cooling due to the shortened reciprocation process, so be very cautious not to burn the asphalt while short cycling.

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2. Installation Stamping Borders

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When the asphalt is heated to the proper temperature/depth, lay the border template in place, set it using a hand tamp, and then stamp using the techniques demonstrated in the stamping asphalt video..

Continue stamping around the perimeter of the project, always insuring proper template interlock. Once the perimeter of the projected has been stamped the wave accent can be installed.

When stamping flexible borders, remember to use a handtamp to set the template in place, then proceed with the plate compactor. After stamping the flexible border with the plate compactor, close the open side of the flexible border with a hand tool or finishing bit.

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2. Installation

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Heating & Stamping Main Patterns Treat each side of the accent like its own individual project will help keep stamping simple around the accent. Section 1 will take the longest as you have to heat it, and then stamp it before you can move on to section 2. Once section 2 is heated you will be able to start heating section 3 immediately, and while section 3 is heating you have time to stamp section 2 with the template interlocked in section 1. Following that sequence you can heat as youre stamping.

When using multiple patterns always ensure you tie-in the patterns properly. Over lapping the templates, then running the plate compactor as close as possible without double stamping is a productive method for tie-in. Lay border template back into existing stamp. Lay main template over top of border template. Run plate over the main template within 25 - 50 mm of border template. Use a hand tool or finishing bit to create grout lines that bridge any gaps and coordinate the grout lines from the main template to the border.

NOTE: If you dont feel comfortable running the plate compactor with the templates overlapped you can lay the patterns side by side and then hand tooling small grout lines to connect the patterns which completely eliminates any possibility of double stamping.

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2. Installation Multiple Patterns

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Now that the first pattern is complete, follow the heat sequence for the smaller section.

Stamp the smaller section using the second pattern and employ the same tie-in techniques.

Quality Control To maximize efficiency, evaluate each section for flaws immediately after youve stamped it while there is still some heat remaining in the asphalt. If any flaws are found, you will likely be able to hand tool them quickly and easily while that section is still warm. If the area requires a lot of hand tooling it is more productive to heat and re-stamp with the template.

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2. Installation Coating

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Upon completion of the SteetPrint process we recommend all projects be finished with a topical surface treatment to protect the stamped asphalt from water and weather damage. The StreetBond Rapid Sprayer is ideal for apply coating products onto StreetPrint.

We recommend using SteetBond Coatings to complete any StreetPrint Project. When all coatings are applied, allow them to dry, then proceed to evaluation and inspection.

NOTE: Image above depicts a project completed with StreetBond Coatings.

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Congratulations! Your StreetPrint training pad is now complete. Now it is time to inspect and evaluate it.

3. Inspection & Evaluation

1. Picture Evaluation Pictures are required to be sent to the technical team at Integrated Paving Concepts. There are 8 pictures necessary for review. Pictures need to be taken from the following angles:

NOTE: Image above depicts a project completed with StreetBond Coatings.

Please email pictures to: info@mpspaving.com.au

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3. Inspection & Evaluation 2. Written / Verbal Evaluation This section is to be completed by the foreman, input from other crewmen is welcomed. 1. (Yes or No) Are there any: i. Double stamps ii. Sharp or less defined grout lines iii. Any shallow areas that appeared after coating 2. If you answered yes to any of the above. What are the main causes for the defects? Please write answer: i. ii. iii. iv. 1. Are there any areas that were damaged during installation? If Yes; why? 2. What was the most challenging step in the install process? 3. How was this challenge overcome? What did you do to fix the problem? 4. Was there any area of the project that was damaged by mistake during the installation? Explain. 5. What would you do differently if this was a real-life, paid project? 6. What would you identify that the crew would need to improve on? 7. At the end of this process, does the crew feel comfortable installing this product? Explain. 8. If you were to design this project yourself, what would you change to make it as productive as possible? To complete the training either: 1. Schedule a call with the technical department: +61 3 9707 0077 2. Complete the responses: In a MS Word Document or email referencing numbers to corresponding questions. Email to: info@mpspaving.com.au Fill out this page or written on a piece of paper referencing numbers to the corresponding questions and fax to the attention of the technical department: +61 3 9707 0088

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StreetPrint Training Guide 1.0 revised May 2012