solid asphalt

solid asphalt

[′säl·əd ′as‚fȯlt]
(materials)
Asphalt with a penetration number of less than 10 under specified test conditions.
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The following layers of asphaltic concrete flooring must be fulfilled: - solid asphalt concrete - 4 cm, - unburned asphalt concrete (binder) - 4 cm, - bituminous crushed stone - 12 cm, - unsorted crushed stone - 26 cm / 36 cm, - zone a.
If it wasn't for your investment, there is no way you will drive from here to Bauchi without any pothole; 82 kilometre of solid asphalt road I wasn't even a speaker then.
Solid asphalt can crumble beneath your wheels leaving you nose-diving into a lake or hanging in mid-air.
With Ireland one of only two tarmac rounds in the WRC's reduced 12-event calendar this year, Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority-supported Hirvonen - a renowned gravel specialist - knows a solid asphalt performance in the season-opener is essential if he is to put the early pressure on tarmac-king Loeb.