Asphalt Materials, Emuliscoat and Bituminous Materials & Supply: Process Process Image

Preservation

  • Chip Seal
  • Fog Seal
  • Microsurfacing & Slurry Seal
  • Spray Patching
  • Dust Control
  • Crack Filling
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Chip Seal is a surface treatment that combines spraying a designed quantity of asphalt binder immediately followed by the application of an aggregate. Chip seals are designed to protect and prolong the life of a pavement by sealing it from moisture and correcting minor surface defects. Chip seals are proven cost effective maintenance treatments to produce safe pavement surfaces.

Benefits

  • Waterproofs the Pavement Surface
  • Seals Small Cracks
  • Restores Friction to Roadway Surfaces
  • Polymer Modification Improves Chip Retention

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Fog Seal is a surface treatment that applies a light application of asphalt emulsions to an existing roadway surface.  The asphalt binder in the fog seal provides a hard asphalt enriched pavement surface.

Benefits (in conjunction with Chip Seals)

  • Increases Chip Retention
  • Blackens the Pavement
    • Accelerated Ice Melt
    • Lane Delineation (Striping)
    • Public Approval
  • Enriches the Asphalt Binder
  • Least Expensive Treatment to Prolong Pavement Life

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Microsurfacing and Slurry Seal are surface seal treatments consisting of an emulsion, fine graded aggregates, performance enhancing additives, and water.  Microsurfacing requires the use of a polymer modified asphalt emulsion. This application is designed for quick traffic return with the capacity of handling high traffic volume roadways.  Microsurfacing and Slurry Seals extend the pavement life by covering surface cracks, stopping aggregate raveling, improving skid resistance, and reducing water intrusion and oxidation deterioration.

Benefits

  • Quick Return to Traffic
  • Waterproofs the Pavement Surface
  • Capable of Filling Ruts in the Pavement
  • Thin Surfacing (3/8” to 5/8”)
  • Long Lasting Durable Surface

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Spray Patching is a one-step application of emulsion and aggregate to tack and patch potholes efficiently and easily.  Specialized machines use powered air to clean out the hole, tack the hole, and spray the emulsion and aggregate simultaneously directly into the pothole.

Benefits

  • Performs in Wet and Dry Weather Conditions
  • Requires no Additional Heating
  • Repairs Areas of Potholes and Patches
  • Prevents Further Pavement Deterioration

 

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Dust Control is the spray application of a dilute asphalt emulsion onto a surface to suppress fugitive dust. Dust control is an effective treatment for unpaved roads, parking lots, parks and trails, quarry roads, and construction lots.

Benefits

  • Reduces Maintenance Costs Associated with Grading
  • Reduces the Loss of Aggregate
  • Reduce Fugitive Dusts in Homes, Offices, Crops, and Local Environment

 

 

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Crack Filling is performed by placing an asphalt binder material into pavement cracks. The asphalt material is designed to adhere to the walls of the crack, elongate and expand over a wide range of service temperatures, and resist damage from vehicle traffic.

Benefits

  • Proper crack treatment will Keep Water out of the Pavement
  • Prevents Debris Intrusion
  • Improves Ride Quality Smoothness
  • Slows Down Pavement Deterioration
  • Prevent the Loss of Aggregate from the Edges of the Cracks

 

Construction

  • Hot Mix Asphalt
  • Cold Constructed Asphalt Pavements
  • Full Depth Reclamation
  • Tack and Prime Coat
  • Cold Patch Mix
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Hot Mix Asphalt roadways constitute over 90% of the 2 million plus miles of paved roadways in the United States.  Hot Mix Asphalt is a precisely engineered composition of approximately 95% aggregate and 5% asphalt cement. A hot mix asphalt plant produces the asphalt. Heated aggregate is mixed with the asphalt cement, then transported to a paving site where the mixture is placed with an asphalt paving machine.

Hot Mix Asphalt Fact Sheet
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Cold Constructed Asphalt Pavements (CCAP) have been being built for over 50 years.  Advances in asphalt binder technologies have vastley improved the performance characteristics of these CCAP pavements.  The process starts with mixing an asphalt binder with the aggregate, either by onsite blade mixing, through a pug mill, or at a hot mix plant at warm temperatures.  These unique production features make the product a great candidate for low to medium volume roadways.

Benefits

  • Flexiblability to Guard Against Cracks and Potholes
  • Durability in the Heat to Resist Flushing and Tracking
  • Ability to Stockpile until Ready for Roadway Construction

Cold Constructed Asphalt Pavements Fact Sheet
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Full Depth Reclamation using asphalt emulsions is a technique of building a structurally sound base for existing roadways.  Reclaimed materials, virgin materials, and the emulsion are mixed and applied in place at the roadway to create a  strong, flexible pavement base that is resistance to moisture damage and cracking.

Benefits

  • Capability to Re-use Existing Materials
  • Minimizes Hauling
  • Re-profile Pavements for Improved Drainage
  • Builds Structure of Roadway from the “Bottom Up”
  • Improves Ride Quality Smoothness
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Tack and Prime Coats are spray applications that are used to prepare the roadway surface prior to paving.  The asphalt materials are applied at an application rate that provides uniform coverage over the entire road surface.  They are designed to increase the strength of the bond between each individual layer of the pavement.

Benefits

  • Increases the Bond between Pavement Layers
  • Reduces Movement “Slippage” of the Pavement During Construction

 

 

 

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Pothole patching materials are ideal for commercial and residential pothole repairs. There are a variety of asphalt materials designed to provide you with superior adhesion, flexibility, and workability in adverse cold weather conditions.

Benefits

  • Remain Workable in Cold Temperatures
  • Produced from Pug Mill or HMA plant
  • Prevents Further Pavement Deterioration

 


 

Specialty Applications

  • Custom Blending
  • Polymer Modified Asphalts
  • Underseal
  • Roofing

Our asphalt terminals and emulsion manufacturing facilities offer a variety of products and processes outside those listed on the website.  Some facilities offer specialty grades of PG binders, and roofing products, others offer specialty emulsions designed for specific processes. 

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We have extensive experience in the production of polymer modified asphalts used for a variety of applications.  Our process of manufacturing utilizes the most advanced technologies available to create polymer modified asphalts that meet customer and DOT requirements ensuring complete satisfaction.  We offer a variety of highly modified polymer modified asphalt not listed on the website.

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Underseal is a process that injects liquid asphalt underneath concrete pavements to support and re-establish the base of the roadway. The asphalt flows into the hollow and eroded voids beneath the concrete slabs and fills the voids to create full even support.

Benefits

  • Increased Roadway Support
  • Economical Alternative to Re-Construction
  • Limited Construction Delays

 

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Roofing asphalt is a hot-applied waterproof adhesive membrane used in construction of built up roofing systems. The versatility and ease of application of roofing asphalt make it a good material for repairs of commercial low slope roof tops in addition to new construction.  Our roofing asphalt cements meet all required ASTM standards and are available in bulk quantities. 

Benefits

  • Waterproofs the Rooftop
  • Seals Concrete Decks
  • Withstands High Foot Traffic