air-blown asphalt

air-blown asphalt

[′er ¦blōn ′as‚fȯlt]
(materials)
A bituminous product made by reacting the residual oil of petroleum distillation with air at 400-600°F (204-316°C).
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Hardee said the grant will fund the study of chemical and physical properties of air-blown asphalt.
Because air-blown asphalt is not expected to have a long lifetime, the state does not allow it to be used on Arkansas highways.
Even though the AHTD has this specification, it is hard to detect the presence of air-blown asphalt and some manufacturers may still try to supply this material for use in Arkansas," Hardee said.
The test lanes will include five polymer-modified binders, one fiber-modified binder, one air-blown asphalt, and one "neat" or unmodified binder.