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Listed are the most common asphalt products we sell.  Please contact our sales department if other products not listed are needed.

AC-1.5

The softest of ACs, it is a blend of asphalt cement cut back with lighter oils. When mixed with it soil it makes a quality coal lay.  This  material is most often mixed in a hot mix plant or at a pug-mill.  The Texas Department of Transportation lists the typical use of this material for Hot-mixes, cold-laid asphalt mixtures and as a recycling agent, under Table 18, paragraph 300.4. page 214 in the 2004 State Handbook.

CBO (Carbon Black Oil)

Carbon black oil is often used as a cutter stock or blended to make No. 6 Fuel Oil.

CRS-2, CRS-2H, CRS-2P

 

These are cationic rapid setting emulsions designed for Chip Sealing.  The Texas Department of Transportation lists the typical use of this material for surface treatment under Table 18, paragraph 300.4. page 214 in the 2004 State Handbook.

 
MC-30
 

A mixture of half asphalt and half diesel used for base priming or dust control.  The Texas Department of Transportation lists the typical use of this material as a prime coat under Table 18, paragraph 300.4. page 214 in the 2004 State Handbook.

 
MC-800

 

A mixture of heavy asphalt cut with diesel to produce a blend suitable for mixing with soil to make a coal lay.  The Texas Department of Transportation lists the typical uses of this material for surface treatment in cool weather and as a patching mix under Table 18, paragraph 300.4. page 214 in the 2004 State Handbook.

Road Oil (Cracked Fuel Oil)

A blend of heavy asphalt and light asphalts suitable for mixing with soil to make coal lays or bladed in with soil at the road site to make roads.  The requirements for this material are listed in the Texas State Handbook under paragraph 300.2 section 7, on page 270 in the 1993 edition.

PG64-22

 

Performance Grade (PGS) asphalts have been developed to be resistant to wide temperature ranges.  This PG is used primarily in the base course of roads or on the surface in low traffic and/or light loads.  The Texas Department of Transportation lists the typical use of this material is for Hot-mixed, hot-laid asphalt mixtures and tack coating under Table 18, paragraph 300.4. page 214 in the 2004 State Handbook.

 
SS-1, SS-1H, SS-1P

 

These are standard grades of asphalt emulsion for use as a tack coat, fine graded mixes, dust control & fog seal.  The Texas Department of Transportation lists the typical uses of this material as pre-coating, fog seal, tack coating, curing membrane, erosion control and SS-1P used as a crack sealer under Table 18, paragraph 300.4. page 214 in the 2004 State Handbook.

 

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