Our Products


Ironmaster: ironwork rebuild


Masterscreed: surface repair


Imprint: patterned synthetic finish


Jointmaster: crack repair


Bridges: asphaltic plug joint


Slurry seal


Concrete Rehabilitation

Jointmaster: crack repair


Crack Repairs

Recognised as the foremost method of preventing water ingress into a road surface, crack sealing is used as the primary means of sealing the surface thereby preventing future potholes forming in roads. Jointmaster is the leading UK system for repairing those cracks and joints in highways and motorways.

​• BBA HAPAS approved
• Treat all crack types
• Concrete & Asphalt substrates
• 5 Year minimum expected life
• Motorway use M25, M3, M4, A1
• Flexible polymerised bitumen

Ironmaster: ironwork rebuild


Rhino Ironwork

Our Ironwork tackles all forms of ironwork failure, it also comes with a 5 year Rhino guarantee. Rhino Ironwork is installed by our own specialist crews, using only the finest high-strength, quick-setting materials and unique compaction-free surface course, which means you can rest assured that the 5 year Rhino guarantee is not offered without good reason.

Five year guaranteed ironwork

  • BBA HAPAS approved
  • No quibble 5 year written guarantee
  • Over 1,000 units installed for Transport for London
  • Over 5,000 units installed nationwide
  • Full reconstruction for guaranteed performance

Masterscreed: surface repair


Rhino Surface Defect Repair

This versatile asphalt based material is capable of treating many different types of surface defect, labelled below. The material has a thermosetting binder with added aggregates, which is applied to the road surface in a molten state (approximately 180°c). The material then flows and fills the existing voids, binding the surface together and suspending the aggregates to provide a skid resistant surface repair material. Here are some key points:

  • Full contracting service, supply & apply
  • Repairs ravelling, fretting, burn outs & scars
  • Fills and seals the surface
  • Provides a skid resistant running surface
  • Extensive Trunk road and Motorway use M25 A127 
  • Durable thin bond repair

Imprint: patterned synthetic finish

Pattern Imprinted Synthetic Asphalt

Imprint gives a block paved effect on roads without the associated problems usually experienced by block paving in trafficked environments. When considering traffic calming surfacing, Imprint has a lot of features that make it highly desirable for trafficked environments. A 15mm thick synthetic asphalt overlay, it can be “imprinted” with a pattern designed to give a block paving type finish, but with the performance characteristics of a good quality HRA.

  • Traffic calming, features & enhancements
  • 15mm thick synthetic asphalt overlay
  • Full depth colour
  • Imprint a variety of patterns
  • Performs as well as HRA

Bridges: asphaltic plug joint


Bridges and Structures

At Rhino we don't just fix the roads we fix the bridges. Rhino offer joint fixing on the road surface, plug joint re-topping and footbridge resurfacing. All specially contracted to suit the structure of the bridge.

  • UK highways approved
  • Polymer modified bitumen binder blended with single sized aggregate
  • Installed by our own crews
  • Watertight seal prevents ingress of water and salts
  • Quick to install during overnight lane closures to minimise disruption
  • Smooth riding surface
  • Topping replacement service available when resurfacing
  • Can be installed in part widths, minimising disruption to one lane at a time

Slurry Seal


Sealing highway and footway surfaces, protecting them against the ingress of water and the detrimental effects of freeze thaw.

Rhino slurry sealing is a cold-mix, bitumen emulsion overlay for repairing and sealing highway and footway surfaces. A cost-effective method of restoring the surface finish with texture and sealing which will slow down deterioration and thereby extend the service life of the surface. 

A quick and easy solution for many road and footway maintenance problems. Rhino slurry uses a blend of aggregate, bitumen emulsions and latex to provide a slurry seal for:

Hand mix, hand lay: suitable for awkward to get to places.


Concrete Carriageway Rehabilitation


Concrete Rehabilitation

It used to be common practice to overlay concrete estate roads with Microasphalt and other bituminous surfacing products.

Years later, this solution has left authorities with two problems:

  1. Firstly, the aesthetics of the now, patchy finish with open joints and the regular occurrence of worn-off areas of blacktop exposing concrete patches.
  2. Secondly, the high cost of the ongoing maintenance liability in keeping the highway free of potholes, trip hazards and maintaining a safe running surface in a residential environment.

The solution used in the seaside town of Bexhill in East Sussex is to expose the original concrete carriageway by planing off the layers of surfacing and, using a combination of specialist products, repairing the damaged surface.

Have Questions?

How do I get an estimate for my work?

Here’s the ways you can get a quotation from us:

  • Fill out our contact us form 
  • Telephone our office on 01273 402 900
  • Contact our technical sales representative on:
    1. Greg Jarvis – Sales South 07810 329 609
    2. Tony Wooldridge – Head of UK Sales 07823 334 072
    3. Steve Reed – Regional Manager North 07827 445 787
    4. Nathan Davenhill – Sales North 07810 329 700

Can I get a technical sales representative to visit me?

Our technical sales representatives are available for site inspections, sales calls and presentations. 

To arrange one please contact us as follows:

  • By telephone to the office on 01273 402 900
  • By contacting them directly on
    1. Greg Jarvis – Sales South 07810 329 609
    2. Tony Wooldridge – Head of UK Sales 07823 334 072
    3. Steve Reed – Regional Manager North 07827 445 787
    4. Nathan Davenhill – Sales North 07810 329 700

What are the locations of your teams?

We have sales teams based in Scotland, North of England and South of England

We operate across the whole of the UK with our teams who are based in Kent, Sussex and Cheshire. From these locations our operatives cover the whole of the UK.

Who are Rhino Asphalt Solutions Ltd?

Rhino is a private limited company formed in 2000 and has been under its present ownership since 2005. The owners and management have been working in the field of specialist highway maintenance repairs since the early 90’s and bring this expertise and experience to every job that we carry out.

Where do you carry out your work?

Principally we work on the UK highway (road & bridge) network which includes Motorways and Trunk Roads, Local Authority Highways including County Councils, Borough Councils, Metropolitan Authorities and London Boroughs. 

We also occasionally work on private residential roads, airfields (both landside and airside), depots and yards.

Why would I choose Rhino to carry out my work?

Here’s our customer promise which should answer that question for you.

Our senior management team has over 100 combined years' experience of the highways and structures repair and maintenance market, so we know the industry’s ‘best’, as well as its ‘worst’ practices. When we set up Rhino, we were adamant that we would build a business based on:

• Authorised and approved systems and materials for repairing and reinstating highway defects.

• Excellent customer service.

• Providing a highly responsive service.

• Being flexible to meet customers’ specific requirements.

Therefore, when you deal with Rhino, you are guaranteed that there are no hidden extras. The price we quote includes:

• All materials, labour and plant necessary to complete the work.

• A site inspection - to assess the work prior to quotation.

• A clear, unambiguous, firm quotation which we honour.

• A programme which specifies timescales required to complete the works - and we keep to it.

Our pledge to you is that we will always provide you with a highly responsive and flexible service, use the best material for the job and never over promise and under deliver. 

Contact us

Give us a call

01273 402 900

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