[vc_tta_accordion style=”flat” shape=”square” active_section=”89″ collapsible_all=”true”][vc_tta_section title=”Where can PaveForce be used?” tab_id=”1471300555553-dd4367e3-b65d”]

Use PaveForce wherever you used to use diesel fuel. Use for cleaning tools and
equipment. Use to prevent asphalt from sticking to tools and equipment.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Why should a paving contractor switch from using diesel fuel to PaveForce?” tab_id=”1471300555554-5a8c6ef6-3762″]

The use of diesel fuel is no longer EPA Compliant and the spilling of diesel fuel on the ground in any quantity is a violation of the Clean Water Act and Oil Pollution Control Act. The EPA can levy fines of $10,000 per day per violation and have done so in several instances. Also, DOT is starting to crack down on the use of diesel fuel on state, federal, and military jobs.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Does PaveForce work as well as diesel fuel?” tab_id=”1471300765576-276510bf-73f1″]
Actually PaveForce works much better than diesel fuel. Because PaveForce has such a high flashpoint (over 200 degrees F.) it evaporates much more slowly than diesel fuel (flashpoint approximately of 130 degrees F.). Therefore, it stays on the tools and equipment much longer to prevent asphalt build up. It is also a stronger solvent than diesel fuel so it cleans much better.
[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Doesn’t PaveForce cost a lot more than diesel fuel?” tab_id=”1471300942972-22a57f5f-a27f”]

That depends on how you determine cost. Yes PaveForce cost more per gallon than diesel fuel. True cost is not measuredby that method. True cost is not measured by that method. For example, your customer may pay more for a CAT Paver or Dozer than he would for a competitor’s product. However, his in use cost for the CAT product will be much lower over time because the CAT product will last longer, perform better, and offer better service through your dealership. Since PaveForce last at least four or five times longer than diesel fuel in preventing asphalt build up on shovels and tools (50 shovels compared to 10 for diesel fuel before asphalt builds up) and takes far less to clean equipment, the in use cost is similar to the cost of diesel. When you add to that the reduction in labor cost because the workers do not have to go to the bucket or sprayer as often to clean their tools, and paver clean up goes from six hours of billed labor cost to two or three hours, PaveForce is more economical to use than diesel. Especially when you add in the peace of mind a contractor has because he isn’t worried about EPA fines for illegally spilling diesel. One fine for $10,000 makes the cost of using diesel fuel pretty high.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”What if a contractor accidently spills PaveForce on a newly paved mat?” tab_id=”1471301016890-493acc10-6df6″]

If this occurs all he has to do is rinse the affected area with water. We made PaveForce to deactivate with water to prevent it from effecting the asphalt.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”What about the dissolved asphalt that goes onto the ground when cleaning with PaveForce? That’s not biodegradable is it?” tab_id=”1471301059762-54a265de-7c1f”]

Paving contractors legally put asphalt on the ground every day. Asphalt in its natural state is a solid. When PaveForce dissolves the asphalt and it becomes a liquid and goes onto the ground it will only stay in a liquid state as long as there is a solvent present to keep it liquid. Since after only five days over 50% of PaveForce will biodegrade and almost 100% after 30 days, the solvent will no longer be present to keep the asphalt in a liquid state. Therefore, the asphalt will return to its natural solid state just like it was when the contractor put the asphalt on the ground to make a road. This will not get into the water supply like it would had they used diesel fuel.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”How does PaveForce compare to Citrus based products?” tab_id=”1471301114134-90da2aea-68cf”]

Citrus products, made from d-limonene (orange oil), are fairly effective cleaners. However, they do not meet the regulations set forth in The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). According to RCRA citrus products are considered Hazardous Waste for disposal because their flashpoint (typically around 119 degrees F.) is below the 140 degrees minimum required. Thus, citrus products when used should be captured and hauled off as hazardous waste. PaveForce has a flashpoint well over 200 degrees and therefore is not hazmat like citrus products. In addition, because of the low flashpoint of citrus products, they evaporate very quickly and do not leave a slick film on tools and equipment like PaveForce does. For cleaning the evaporation of the solvent means you must use four or five times more. For shovels and tools you will use ten or twenty times more.



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NoTrax is primarily designed to prevent asphalt from building up on rubber tires on Material Transfer Machines, especially when the machine is equipped with a tire spray down system like the optional tire spray system that is offered on the Weiler E2850. It is also excellent for use on rubber tire rollers, track pavers, truck beds, and anywhere else you want to prevent asphalt from sticking.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Can NoTrax replace PaveForce on shovels and pavers?” tab_id=”1471301281186-c3966f8b-368f”]

NoTrax could be used in conjunction with PaveForce. NoTrax is not a cleaner. It does not dissolve asphalt. It could be used on shovels that are clean and will help prevent asphalt form adhering for a period of time. However, once asphalt does start to stick, and eventually it will, PaveForce would have to be used to remove the asphalt before continuing with NoTrax.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Will NoTrax harm rubber tires or tracks?” tab_id=”1471301390272-663dc38a-00d4″]

No, there is not solvent in NoTrax to do damage to rubber.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Will NoTrax harm asphalt like diesel fuel does?” tab_id=”1471301421058-2cba8fd6-657c”]

No, there is no deterioration of the asphalt by NoTrax.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Will NoTrax leave a brown streak on the asphalt pavement when used in rubber tire rollers like diesel fuel does?” tab_id=”1471301469914-a769c79f-5ddc”]

No, it does not cause any discoloration.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Can NoTrax be diluted with water?” tab_id=”1471301496399-51dee180-75b2″]

Yes, NoTrax should be diluted with water at a rate starting at 10 to1. Higher dilution ratios may be achieved in some applications, but it must be diluted at least 10 to 1. Be sure the dilution is mixed thoroughly before application.


General FAQ

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No, there is not a minimum stocking order. However, product orders must be in pallet quantities on each order. Four 55 gallon drums come to a pallet, twenty-four 5 gallon pails to a pallet, and of course one 275 gallon tote to a pallet.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Is there a minimum yearly sales quota to maintain distributorship status?” tab_id=”1471301937266-7bd18ae0-b8cc”]

No, there is no sales quota. You sell as much as you can. Each territory is different. Because PaveForce is a “consumable product”, your sales will increase dramatically over time. Once a customer establishes PaveForce as part of their daily operations, reorders are automatic when their supply is gone. We would expect sales of 10,000 gallons or more per year once you get your paving customers using the product.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”What are the packaging options?” tab_id=”1471301937267-d807d8a6-2c69″]

PaveForce is packaged in 5 gallon pails, 55 gallon drums, and 275 gallon totes.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”What happens if we place an order and cannot sell the product?” tab_id=”1471301937267-7148e5a7-8bdd”]

First of all, it is our job to help you sell the product. The product really sells itself once the customer tries it. We will work with you to do customer demos and other things like trade shows, etc. We havea100% buy back guarantee for your initial stocking order so in the highly unlikely event that you do not sell all of that order within a year and you want to return the unsold amount, you can do so for a refund at the price you paid less any freight cost.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Do you have product literature we can use?” tab_id=”1471301937268-1784543e-54ef”]

Yes, we have a tri-fold brochure, SDS, Eco tank sticker, and other sales literature that your marketing department can customize for your dealership. These, including the working files, are located in the Dealer Resources Section.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Will someone be available to show us how to do demonstrations with our customers?” tab_id=”1471301937268-9d4f3193-1419″]

Yes! David Elam, who is in charge of the PaveForce Brand and our CAT Distributorship Program will set up a time to come do customer visits with your Paving Specialist and PSSRs. David has been selling biodegradable asphalt solvents for more than 20 years and has developed a personal customer base which purchases over 25,000 gallons of product per year. He has customers who have been purchasing the product for over 20 years and contractors who have implemented the product into their paving operations for over 12 years.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”What other training options do you offer?” tab_id=”1471301937270-f6f6b92b-2a6a”]

You have access to our Training Site on this Dealer Portal. The training is offered both in written and multimedia forms. You can view the Distributor Training video or read and study the comprehensive written training material that will give you all the information you need to provide to your paving customers.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”What about Trade Shows, Open Houses, Customer Demo days we are involved in? Will you be able to have a presence there to talk to customers?” tab_id=”1471301937270-bf9bc621-4cd4″]

Yes. David is available to work all of these venues with a live table top demonstration or actual paving demonstration. Just contact him to schedule him for your event as far in advance as possible.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”What are your competitive products?” tab_id=”1471301937271-307f140c-7dd1″]

In reality we have not competition, because PaveForce is the most advanced and effective environmentally safe product on the market. Most of your customers are most likely still using diesel fuel for the purpose of cleaning and release. Since this is not EPA or DOT compliant, this option is going away fast. Some customers have tried Citrus and Soy products but do not have near the success as with PaveForce. See the training information on these products.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”What do we need to do to become a distributor?” tab_id=”1471301975236-f7c3f2d4-9c26″]

We have a Distributor Agreement and a Trademark Agreement that must be signed by a principle with your dealership. Once those are executed you will need to place an initial stocking order and set up a time for David to come work with your Paving Specialists and PSSRs. Then have your marketing department download the literature templates to customize them for your dealership and start contacting your paving customers to inform them that you are now carrying this much needed product.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”What kind of profit can we expect on PaveForce and NoTrax sales?” tab_id=”1471302024125-95bc6693-7558″]

That is entirely up to you. You can charge whatever your market will bear. Most of our Dealers are marking the product up between 30% and 50%.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”How much should we be able to sell?” tab_id=”1471302053025-dc08e06c-1a1e”]

The potential market will vary from one dealership to another depending on how many paving customers you have in your area. We can do a market analysis for you to determine your market profit potential. Because this product is consumable, once your customers buy in to replacing their use of diesel fuel with PaveForce and NoTrax, they will simply re-order when they are out. This means your sales will continue to increase over time as you get more and more customers using PaveForce and NoTrax. Remember, this product is used not only by paving contractors, but by city and county highway departments, and state DOTs. You should be able to build sales of at least 20,000 gallons per year which would mean a profit potential of up to $120,000 to $160,000.

[/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Who do we contact to get started?” tab_id=”1471302092465-efe26265-684b”]

Call David Elam at 919-631-4331 or email [email protected]