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AOA Press Release
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The 25 year old surface at Guernsey was treated by Briser
The rehabilitation of runway surface friction levels, which has gained additional importance for airport operators with the introduction of the new monitoring procedure CAP683, has provided Briser Road Safety with major opportunities to undertake mechanical retexturing of the main runways at Heathrow and Guernsey airports. Briser and its sister company, Klaruw RMS, has operated in the road surface sector for many years, within a regime where the Highways Agency's motorway and trunk road network is systematically monitored every three years for skid resistance and a course of improvement undertaken.

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