asphalt emulsion

asphalt emulsion

[′a‚sfȯlt i′məl·shən]
(materials)
Asphalt cement in water containing a small amount of emulsifying agent.
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Peckham Industries, headquartered in White Plains, New York, provides road construction and maintenance services, including hot and warm mix asphalt, liquid asphalt, asphalt emulsion, stone and aggregates, ready mix concrete, and liquid calcium chloride, as well as precast concrete components for large-scale construction projects throughout the Northeast.
Blacklidge Emulsions' first product was an asphalt emulsion that was used to control
The company distributes asphalts, polymer modified asphalts, and asphalt emulsion through 16 terminals.
Coal tar emulsion sealers resist gas, oil and brake fluid better than asphalt emulsion sealers.
This paper describes investigation on the performances of cold asphalt emulsion mixes (CAEMs).
Formulated with neoprene, the product line includes DuPont Professional Grade driveway sealer, a fast-drying, asphalt emulsion; Professional Grade Elastomeric crack filler, a rubberized pourable crack filler designed to form a flexible barrier over cracks in asphalt driveways; Professional Grade trowel grade crack filler, a heavy-bodied trowel grade crack filler designed for use on filling 1"-wide or heavily cracked areas in asphalt; and Professional Grade oil spot primer, formulated with a polymer latex emulsion designed to seal oil and grease stains prior to applying the driveway sealer.
International Symposium on Asphalt Emulsion Technology, Washington, Asphalt Emulsion Manufacturers Assoc., (410) 267-0023
In the 1980s the company developed a patented polymer-modified asphalt emulsion known as PASS[R], and began using it and other products to implement a variety of successful street maintenance projects for cities, counties, and state highways throughout California, Nevada, and Arizona.
Or it can be recycled on the spot using techniques known as hot inplace and cold in-place recycling, which basically involve digging up and crushing the pavement, mixing it with fresh asphalt emulsion, and laying it back down, all in one pass.
The stability of the stabilized asphalt emulsion was also investigated using the same procedure.