bituminous grout

bituminous grout

[bī¦tüm·ə·nəs ′grau̇t]
(materials)
A mixture of bitumen and an aggregate, such as sand, that liquefies when heated and cures in air and is used as a sealant for joints or cracks.

bituminous grout

A mixture of bituminous material and aggregate such as sand; liquefies when heated; suitable for pouring in joints or cracks as a sealant; cures in air.
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