The first of two new Roadmaster Spray Injection Patchers destined for Powys County Council in Wales have been delivered. These Machines, made in Jamestown, Co Leitrim by Archway Products Ltd, automate road repair and maintenance and are claimed to fill potholes more accurately and more cheaply than traditional methods.
The Roadmasters are the latest generation of road repair machines, using modern technology to automate and simplify the whole process of road repair and maintenance. Designed and manufactured by Archway Products Ltd in Jamestown Co Leitrim, Ireland – these high tech machines are allowing Councils throughout Ireland and the UK to achieve long lasting road repairs for a fraction of the cost of traditional methods.
At the recent launch of the latest version of the Roadmaster in Citywest Hotel in Dublin, Council delegates and engineers from around Ireland heard how the technology works. Company Directors Liam and Donal Mc Namee related how the machine and technology has been developed to bring accuracy to the whole pothole repair process, and prevent the age-old problem of having to repeatedly repair the same pothole.
The Roadmaster, is made by Archway Products in Jamestown, County Leitrim, which also recently delivered a batch of three machines to Cork County Council, brining the Cork Roadmaster fleet to 14 vehicles.
Archway Products has added many innovations over the years, and these have played a major part in the widespread adoption of the process.
“With orders coming hard and fast, the future looks bright for this small Irish company with a very unique product,” said company director Donal McNamee.