cutback asphalt

cutback asphalt

[′kət‚bak ‚as‚fȯlt]
(materials)
Asphalt which has been softened or liquefied by blending with petroleum distillates.

cutback asphalt

An organic, bituminous roof coating or flashing cement in a volatile solvent, applied without heat; also used for dampproofing and for priming concrete and masonry surfaces.
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Items removed since the FP-03 include crib walls, previously in section 254, and cutback asphalt, in subsection 702.02.
1) The Asphalt Institute describes a prime coat as "a spray application of a medium curing cutback asphalt or emulsified asphalt applied to an untreated base course".
Prime Coat Methods and Materials to Replace Cutback Asphalt. Research Report TTI 0-1334, Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A & M University, 1994.
Small surface cracks should be brushed full with a lean mix of sand and two to four percent by weight of cutback asphalt. When poured, these small cracks are unsightly and usually the crack is not filled.
requirements of SHTO T 182, dry and wet aggregate coating test with Cutback Asphalt, using the job aggregate.
AK: ARL is producing a complete range of petroleum products comprising: "Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), Export Naphtha, Premium Motor Gasoline (PMG), complete range of Jet Fuels (Jet A-1 and JP-8), Kerosene Oil, High Speed diesel (HSD), Light Diesel Oil (LDO), Jute Batching Oil (JBO), Furnace Oil including Low Sulphur Furnace Oil, variety of Asphalts including 60/70 and 80/100 grades, cutback asphalts, Polymer Modified Asphalt, Mineral Turpentine Oil (MTT) and Solvent Oil etc.
It includes crude asphalt as well as the following finished products: cements, fluxes, the asphalt content of emulsions (exclusive of water), and petroleum distillates blended with asphalt to make cutback asphalts. Note: The conversion factor for asphalt is 5.5 barrels per short ton.
Strategically located at Rawalpindi, ARL's configuration allows it to process from the lightest to the heaviest (23-65 API) Crudes to produce a complete range of Petroleum Products from LPG to Asphalt including specialty products such as Jet Fuels (Jet A-l, JP-8) Cutback Asphalts, Polymer Modified Bitumen, Mineral Turpentine Oil, Jute Batching Oil and Solvent Oil.
Environmental concerns over the release of volatile organic compounds from solvent-based asphalt paving products (e.g., cutback asphalts) will aid demand for asphalt emulsions.