JFK, LaGuardia, Newark, Dulles, BWI, Reagan, Logan, Charlotte-Douglas, Hartsfield, Palm Beach, Miami International, Tampa, Birmingham, O’Hare, Midway, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Lambert, Love Field, San Francisco International, Sky Harbor, Oakland International, Tulsa, Dallas-Fort Worth, Clearwater-St. Pete, Columbus, San Jose, Albuquerque Sunport, Reno/Tahoe, SeaTac, and Bob Hope.

Those airports are among the more than fifty (50) passenger and commercial facilities where Rampart Hydro has efficiently and effectively removed rubber from runways.

Because terminals, sidewalks, and parking garages are usually constructed of reinforced concrete, we perform hydrodemolition and other surface cleaning at airports, also.

Due to the extreme force and friction, airplane tires leave a little rubber at each take-off and landing. With repeated use–near constant use in some locations–rubber builds on the surface and reduces the friction needed to stop and needed to build speed on take-off. Left unchecked, that would lead to dangerous conditions for millions of passengers daily.

Our powerful jets remove the rubber build-up, which is then vacuumed with the wastewater for safe disposal.

Read more about our rubber removal services or investigate sample specifications for 95%or 100% removal.