asphalt emulsion viscosity

  • Asphalt Emulsion Properties

    Viscosity is a very important performance parameter If viscosity is low, the emulsion is not thick enough, while excessively high viscosity means the emulsion will stay on the surface without permeation of the underlying materials Viscosity is influenced by the amount of asphalt in the emulsion, temperature and the type of emulsifier used.

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  • SECTION 2 ASPHALT EMULSION THEORY

    dients in the chemistry and related production of paving asphalt emulsions Other ad-ditives may be incorporated to fulfill a specific purpose 22 Asphalt Asphalt cement is the basic ingredient of an asphalt emulsion It makes up from 50 to 75% of the emulsion, although, in most.

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  • Our Products

    Western Asphalt Products produces and markets a variety of asphalt emulsions, cutbacks and other liquid asphalt products throughout Western Canada Currently we are on the preapproved products or designated sources list in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba for a.

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  • SS-1h Product Data Sheet

    SS-1h Product Data Sheet Description and Physical Properties SS-1h is an anionic slow setting asphalt emulsion designed for use as a tack coat, in fine-graded mixes, dust control, fog seal and specialty applications It is formulated with a harder base (lower penetration) than SS-1 for use in warmer climat Physical Properties:.

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  • TRB Webinar: Asphalt Emulsions: Chemistry, Manufacturing

    • Supplied in grades depending on its consistency/viscosity • For emulsions viscosity is defined by tests like penetration and softening point • The choice of asphalt depends on the end use • Most asphalt grades can be supplied in emulsion form.

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  • Asphalt Emulsions 101 Introduction

    Asphalt Emulsions 101 Chris Lubbers Technical Sales and Marketing Mgr Kraton Polymers, LLC 50TH Annual Idaho Asphalt Conference Moscow, ID October 28, 2010 Introduction Asphalt Binder Properties Consistency Temperature , • Viscosity of liquid emulsion (suffix).

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  • Liquid Asphalt

    Additionally, trailing numbers are used to delineate the relative viscosity of the emulsion and the letters “h” and “s” indicate whether a hard or soft base asphalt is used to make the asphalt emulsions Thus, a CSS-1h is a cationic slow set emulsion with a relatively low asphalt emulsion viscosity made with a hard base asphalt.

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  • Understanding and Using Asphalt Emulsion

    Emulsion type Emulsion grade Asphalt grade Asphalt content Test Procedure Viscosity Sieve, storage stability Particle charge Classification, mixing test, cement mixing Penetration, Original DSR (ADOT) Distillation or Evap Plus specification Softening pt Torsional Recovery Latex/Polymer %.

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  • Viscosity Bitumen

    Viscosity Grade Bitumen (Asphalt) AASHTO Designation: M 226-80 (2008) ASTM Designation: ASTM D3381-09 Viscosity Grade Bitumen (Asphalt) is a standard grade Bitumen usually used as a Paving Grade Bitumen suitable for road construction and for the production of asphalt pavements with superior properti This grade of Bitumen is mainly used in the manufacture of hot mix asphalt for bases and.

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  • Multiple shear step approach to determine the rotational

    Viscosity determination of thixotropic emulsions with good repeatability has always been a major challenge Currently, Saybolt Furol viscometer (SFV) is used to determine the viscosity of the emulsion, but the main drawback of the SFV is that it cannot simulate the behaviour of emulsion.

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  • LTRC Emulsion: Design, Construction, and Performance

    “A Green Technology Comes of Age” Prepared by Delmar Salomon Pavement Preservation Systems, LLC LTRC Emulsion: Design, Construction, and Performance Conference.

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  • Understanding and Using Asphalt Emulsion

    Emulsion type Emulsion grade Asphalt grade Asphalt content Test Procedure Viscosity Sieve, storage stability Particle charge Classification, mixing test, cement mixing Penetration, Original DSR (ADOT) Distillation or Evap Plus specification Softening pt Torsional Recovery Latex/Polymer %.

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  • Asphalt emulsion formulation: State of the art of

    Jul 10, 2019· Asphalt emulsions can be used for any traditional hot-asphalt and cutback applications but, the emulsion’s viscosity is a particularly important parameter and must be set according to the pavement application For example, high viscosity is required when emulsion is spread over an undulating area, such as mountainous terrain.

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  • Asphalt

    Cutback asphalt A cutback asphalt is a combination of asphalt cement and petroleum solvent Like emulsions, cutbacks are used because their viscosity is lower than that of neat asphalt and can thus be used in low temperature applications After a cutback is applied the solvent evaporates away and only the asphalt cement is left.

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  • DPV® Digital Paddle Viscometer

    The DPV is an automated, rotational digital paddle viscometer for measuring the dynamic viscosity of non-homogenous materials such as emulsified asphalts, marine fuels, residual oils, slurries and foods at 40 °C, 50 °C, 80 °C, and 100 °C For tests at 25 °C, see the TE-DPV product page The DPV provides an automated alternative to older, labor-intensive and less precise methods.

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  • Asphalt Emulsions 101

    Emulsions are very common materials; ice cream is an example An asphalt emulsion consists of three basic components, asphalt, water and an emulsifying agent An asphalt emulsion is a stable dispersion of asphalt cement droplets in water, which can be pumped, stored and mixed with aggregat.

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  • TRB Webinar: Asphalt Emulsions: Chemistry, Manufacturing

    • Supplied in grades depending on its consistency/viscosity • For emulsions viscosity is defined by tests like penetration and softening point • The choice of asphalt depends on the end use • Most asphalt grades can be supplied in emulsion form.

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  • Emulsified Asphalt

    Emulsions are used because they effectively reduce asphalt viscosity for lower temperature uses (tack coats, fog seals, slurry seals, bituminous surface treatments (BST), stabilization material) Emulsions are typically either anionic (asphalt droplets are negatively charged) or cationic (asphalt particles are positively charged).

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  • Asphalt Seal-Coat Treatments

    Asphalt emulsions with rejuvenating properties are being used as fog seals and sand seals to restore aged pavements and seal voids and cracks The “scrub seal” method (figure 1) of using a pull broom following the asphalt-emulsion distributor truck and the sand spreader eliminates or.

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  • 475 Gal 107 Asphalt Roof Coating Emulsion

    Henry 107 Asphalt Emulsion is a premium, versatile coating for the protection of roofing materials, metal, and masonry surfac Solvent-free, it is made from asphalt emulsified with bentonite clay and water Henry 107 Asphalt Emulsion is cold-applied, non-flammable while wet, corrosion-resistant, and waterproof when dry.

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  • Asphalt Processors Inc

    Cutback Asphalts can contain anything up to 50% kerosene or gasoil Asphalt emulsions contain 0-2% Thus there is a significant saving in the use of valuable white fuel products In a cutback the solvent is added merely to reduce viscosity of the Asphalt to a level where it can be poured and sprayed.

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  • US4393155A

    The basic method of attainment of desired viscosity is the addition of higher percents of asphalt to the emulsion Alternatively, and at much lower cost, aqueous sodium chloride can be injected into a non-polar, asphaltic emulsion medium to increase the viscosity of the asphalt emulsion SUMMARY General Statement of the Invention.

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