Avion Runway Rubber Removal Solution

Remove rubber from concrete and asphalt runways without the damage caused by high-pressure water blasting. It’s safe, economical, and effective.


Rubber Removal In Three Steps

Avion pushes the envelope in runway rubber removal taking safety and effectiveness to the next level. Don’t damage your runways with high pressure water blasting or endanger your personnel with harmful chemicals. Use the smart solution in runway rubber removal

1. Apply Avion

Applying Avion is easy as spraying the product on the surface of the runway.

2. Scrub Runway

With Avion’s powerful solution, lightly scrubbing the rubber removes the rubber without damaging the surface.

3. Rinse Surface

Because Avion is environmentally friendly, finishing the cleaning process is as easy as rinsing with fresh water.

Safe, Non-destructive, and smart

The Smartest Solution To Rubber Removal

With Avion, rubber removal can be completed in-house in 3 simple steps. Don’t have the time or resources to do it in-house? Airport Operators can now maintain the safe friction levels of their runways without major service disruptions. Rubber removal can be accomplished “In House” with minimal effort using equipment common to most airports. A crew of four can clean 20,000 square feet per hour with minimal equipment


April 21-26 at the Hyatt Regency Buffalo, 2 Fountain Plaza, Buffalo, NY 14202

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Safe, Non-Destructive, and Smart

Common Equipment

Avion doesn’t require any equipment that most airports don’t already have. 


Budget Friendly

Avion costs just pennies per square foot, and saves you money down the line by minimizing surface destruction.

Minimal Manual Labor

Avion requires very little manual labor. Easily clean your runway with three easy steps.

No Residue

Avion doesn’t leave any residue behind–meaning less time cleaning and more friction on your runway. 


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