asphalt paint

asphalt paint

[′a‚sfȯlt ′pānt]
(materials)
Asphaltic material dissolved in volatile solvent with or without pigments, drying oils, resins, and so on.

asphalt paint

A liquid asphaltic product sometimes containing small amounts of other materials such as lampblack, aluminum flakes, and mineral pigments.
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In one case study, a facility switched from a high VOC solvent-based asphalt paint to a lower VOC water-based asphalt emulsion paint.
VOCs were reduced by approximately 58%, including using 1,200 gallons less thinner and 2,500 gallons less solvent-based asphalt paint. The switch led to a reduction in reportable spill risk by moving the entire process indoors, and it also eliminated the risk of an undetected leak occurring from the old outdoor underground paint storage tank.
You can minimize this by painting the inside with asphalt paint or both surfaces with clear "pottery sealer.'
Invitation to tender: Fight For Asphalt, Glass Retroreflective Beads, And Thinner For Asphalt Paint
As for the Green Square in the heart of Tripoli, it is not planted with grass, as its name might suggest, but is in fact a square made of asphalt painted green.
"Some might consider the tennis courts green space, but asphalt painted green with chain link fence around it isn't very attractive open space.