cold patch

cold patch

An application of asphaltic cold mix over a small area.
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Cold Patch that result in repeated trips to the repair site and loose debris that is hazardous to drivers and property.
I still feel their loss in this world like a cold patch of water in an otherwise warm ocean; an ache in my lungs when I am short of breath.
He led us to a first-aid room where a nurse placed a cold patch on my daughter's leg where she had a bruise from the fall.
We tested GreenPatch side by side with another cold patch product and GreenPatch turned out even better," adds Reinhard.
Cold Patch, an environmentally friendly asphalt product that repairs potholes, cracks, and depressions; Paver Set Polymeric Sand, a mixture of sand and special additives for filling paving stone joints; and, Maximizer, a high-strength, high-yield concrete mix.
First it caught the attention of government agencies like New York City's Department of Transportation, then private sector road contractors and utility companies like Con Edison, because it didn't contain diesel and other cancer-causing petroleum solvents and VOCs (volatile organic compounds) found in conventional cold patch asphalt.
When the walk begins, the coals are raked over a cold patch of ground.
After creating a cold patch asphalt product, Jim was having difficulty finding takers in the market to try out the material.
While the study showed that there are materials which appear suitable for permanent patching, GTI is pursuing further research to advance cold patch technology.
The company grinds the plastic (which can be one of several types of resins) and mixes it with other ingredients to make a cold patch pothole filler.
They do not leave the familiar cold patch at the back of the throat.
precautions now to protect newly-planted and tender trees and shrubs against a hard, cold patch.