sand asphalt

sand asphalt

1. A hot-laid mixture of local sand and asphalt cement, prepared without special control of aggregate grading.
2. A mixture of local sand, with or without a mineral filler, and a liquid asphaltic material.
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At the same time a layer of red sand asphalt 4in (10cm) thick was inserted under the centre-section's concrete slabs, and a 12-13.8in (30-35cm) layer of sand was applied under the remaining sections.