Long-lasting Ironwork Reinstatement
£207,000,000 is spent each year by local authorities & utilities on repairing faulty road ironwork installations such as manhole covers, inspection chambers & gullies.
But it doesn’t have to be that way!
IKO Pacopatch is an ingenious long-lasting ironwork reinstatement system, ensuring long-term reinstatement every time, with no costly second visit.
No More Premature Road Ironwork Failures
- IKO PLC is the British manufacturer of IKO Pacopatch
- IKO Pacopatch is a long-lasting mastic asphalt system designed to reinstate failing surfaces surrounding manholes, drainage gullies and other public utilities ironworks
- IKO Pacopatch has a long-track record of being specified by local authorities and utilities across the country since 2001
No costly second visit
IKO Pacopatch gives a long-term road reinstatement installation every time!
No void system
Impermeable and monolithic mastic asphalt reinstatement solution
No compaction required
No roller or plate compactor required and no more damages to ironwork seating
No extended road closures
Quick and easy to lay for a faster installation. Installation can be completed in under 30 min
Useful Links About IKO Pacopatch
Here you will find all the information you need on IKO Pacopatch for long-lasting reinstatement of road ironworks, manholes and gullies.
The IKO Pacopatch System: find out more about the technology behind IKO Pacopatch, it’s key components and how the system works. System page»
Installation Video: How to install IKO Pacopatch Road Ironwork Reinstatement System. It’s quick an easy! Watch now»
Installation Manual: IKO Pacopatch Road surface Re-Instatement System Around Ironworks; gullies, manholes, drain covers and inspection chambers Download PDF»
Case-Study: A failed manhole near a residential area in Market Harborough needed to be reinstated. Leicestershire County Council required a long-lasting road ironwork reinstatement solution that could be installed right first time. Download PDF»
IKO Pacopatch CE Marking Certificate. Certificate of Conformity of the Factory Product Control 0836–CPR–14/F082»A system with built-in environmental certification.
IKO PLC has achieved the environmental standards ISO 14001 and BES 6001 for it’s mastic asphalt and hot melt factory where IKO Pacopatch is manufactured, in Derbyshire. IKO’s investment in developing the factory has made it as environmentally friendly as possible.
IKO Offsetting Mastic Asphalt Carbon Emissions to Zero.Through CO2balance, IKO provides a mastic asphalt solution with no discernible carbon footprint. CarbonZero »
Ironworks new code of practice is good news for the Industry. The new Code of Practice for Ironwork Systems Installation and Refurbishment was introduced in May 2017. The code is designed to ‘provide practical guidance on avoiding early life failure..read more»
The latest blog post about IKO Pacopatch and IKO Permatrack is now available “On the Right Track with IKO Road Repair Systems”…Read more>>
Got a Road Ironwork Question?
These FAQs provide answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about road ironworks and IKO Pacopatch.
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The IKO Pacopatch ironwork reinstatement system is installed by one of our approved installer. All our approved installers have been through our IKO training program to ensure quality installations.
If you want to become part of our IKO Pacopatch network of approved installers get in touch now!Enquiry Form
Once the ironwork is bedded, IKO Pacopatch infill and surfacing can be installed in 20 min.IKO Pacopatch Ironwork Reinstatement Installation Video
IKO Pacopatch is a mastic asphalt material which is CE Marked in accordance with BS EN 13108-6 : 2016
Download a copy of the certificate:
Certificate of Conformity of the Factory Product Control 0836–CPR–14/F082
The RSTA ADEPT Code of Practice for Ironwork Systems Installation and Refurbishment document states that: “the installation of the Polymer Modified Mastic Asphalt must be in line with the manufacturer’s instructions and must also conform to the requirements of the Specification for the Reinstatement of Openings in Highways (SROH). It is recommended that Polymer Modified Mastic Asphalt used in ironwork installation should be CE Marked to EN13108-6 or have HAPAS or equivalent product certification and the certificate should be sought from the manufacturer“.