bitumastic


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bitumastic

[‚bi·tyü′mas·tik]
(materials)
A combination of asphalt and filler used mainly to coat metals to protect them against corrosion and weathering.
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Mr Guest adds: "We are currently working on developing and re-launching the Bitumastic range particularly for use in the water industry.
A thin layer of bitumastic coating was then applied to protect any exposed areas of steel remaining after the seal was positioned.
Interior surfaces were coated with an epoxy system, except that a bitumastic coating was used on the riser interior.