Type 1 Buried joint under continuous surfacing The Uniflex system uses a butyl rubber membrane, bonded to the substrate to provide an efficient.
Uniflex (Type 1)
Buried joints for use under continuous surfacing
BP1 (Type 1)
Type 2 Asphaltic Plug Joints. USL offer three asphaltic plug joint systems, all in accordance with BD33/94 standard for use on all classes of highway bridges.
FEBA (Type 2)
A surface mounted nosing joint with an elastomeric insert bonded to the rapid curing elastomeric compound known as Britflex® Resin Mortar.
Britflex NJ (Type 4)
The Transflex expansion joint systems (Reinforced Elastomeric) comprises of steel angles and steel bridging plate system encased in a flexible elastomer. The range is capable of accommodating movement from 38mm to 1600mm by way of different module versions.
Transflex HM (Type 5)
A surface mounted mechanical system, with an elastomeric insert between two metal runners /carrier rails. Set into a, rapid curing resin compound known as Britflex® Resin Mortar. The polyureide resin provides unrivalled anchorage to the deck due to its remarkable bonding qualities, meaning that no mechanical fixings are required.
Britflex BEJ (Type 6)
MEJS is a mechanical device installed in bridge expansion joint openings. The primary function of the MEJS is to allow vehicle traffic to travel smoothly across large expansion joint openings.
MEJS (Type 7)
This system has been developed to provide an effective method of sealing longitudinal expansion gaps and soffits.
LJ (Longitudinal Joint)
The system utilises the proven design of the 'BEJ' system, which have been extensively used throughout Britain's motorway network and the advantages of the 'BEJ system' have been adopted for use on footbridges and heavily pedestrianised structures.
Britflex UCP (Footbridge Joint)