flush coat

flush coat

[′fləsh ‚kōt]
(civil engineering)
A coating of bituminous material, used to waterproof a surface.
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Once the chips have been properly applied by standard practices, excess chips will be cleaned from the surface and a 2:1 dilute of css-1 flush coat will be applied at a rate of.
Another example of the technology that Russell Standard provides its many clients is Grip-Tight, a polymer-modified asphalt emulsion that is specially designed for fog seal and flush coat applications.
2) 0 to 5,000 tons, hma (hot mix asphalt) (1/2 max); 3) 0 to 25 tons, tack coat; 4) 0 to 500 tons, chip seal coat asphalt emulsion (lmcrs-2); 5) 0 to 65 tons, chip seal coat asphalt emulsion (pass); 6) 0 to 90 tons, bituminous flush coat (css-1, 50% dilution); 7) 0 to 2800 tons, chip seal coat cover material; and 8) 0 to 1600 tons, chip seal coat cover lightweight material.