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There’s more than one way to groove a runway, as you may have read about in our blog about trapezoidal grooving.  There’s also more than one type of machine to groove an airfield with, too.

With regular airfield maintenance, it isn’t also necessary to groove the entire runway.  Sometimes, a small area that needs repair and resurfacing requires a smaller machine that can do the job without affecting the already-grooved surface alongside it.

As you can see in this video, when maintaining runways for airports around the world, Roadgrip use the right tools for the job and, in this case, we used the small grooving machine to get into the space a large machine would not have been able to.

If you would like to learn more about our maintenance work at airports, or our runway grooving, AGL, rubber removal and joint sealing services, please contact us or visit the Roadgrip Airports Division.