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Instead of salt, using brine in winter road maintenance makes sense under many conditions. HILLTIP offers some great products for this purpose, which you can find in this section. Since the topic can initially seem quite complex, I am happy to advise you on this by phone!

Overall, the use of brine in winter road maintenance contributes to more effective and environmentally friendly ice control, bringing both economic and ecological benefits.

Here is a brief overview of the advantages of using brine in winter road maintenance:

  1. Faster Melting Effect: Brine works faster than dry salt because it is already in liquid form and can immediately act on the road surface.
  2. More Efficient Use of Salt: Brine requires less salt compared to dry salt, reducing costs and environmental impact.
  3. Improved Adhesion: Brine adheres better to the road surface than dry salt, extending the effectiveness of ice control and reducing spreading losses.
  4. Less Frequent Reapplication Needed: Since brine stays on the road longer and works continuously, less frequent reapplication is necessary.
  5. More Environmentally Friendly: The lower amount of salt needed and more precise dosing reduce the environmental impact, particularly for plants and water bodies.
  6. Effective at Lower Temperatures: Brine can be used effectively at lower temperatures where dry salt may be less effective.
  7. Flexibility in Use: Brine can be used both preventively and reactively. Preventive spreading before snowfall prevents ice formation, while reactive spreading after snowfall quickly breaks up the ice layer.
  8. Improved Traffic Safety: The faster and more efficient use of brine allows roads to be cleared of ice and snow more quickly, increasing traffic safety.

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