bituminous cement

bituminous cement

[bī′tü·mə·nəs si′ment]
(materials)
A bituminous material suitable for use as a binder, having cementing qualities which are dependent mainly on its bituminous character.

bituminous cement

A black substance available in solid, semisolid, or liquid states at normal temperatures; composed of mixed indeterminate hydrocarbons; appreciably soluble only in carbon disulfide or other volatile liquid hydrocarbon; esp. used in sealing built-up roofing and between joints and in cracks of concrete pavements.
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Tenders are invited for improvement of road by bituminous cement concrete and allied work at santinagar from battola to faladar dokan via chowrasta, from gouranga sarkars house to vinod shaws house and chowrasta to kanchan baruis house (ma laxmi bhandar) under ward no-45.
The latter may be portland cement, which is the basis of the rigid pavement, or a bituminous cement, generally asphaltic, which is the basis of the flexible pavement.
Tenders are invited for Construction of 12 no various types road bituminous cement concrete drains other works