Bitumen Penetration

What is Bitumen Penetration?

A black viscous mixture of hydrocarbons obtained naturally or as a residue from petroleum distillation.
Bitumen is produced from the vacuum distillation of crude oil and is classified according to its penetration range. This type of bitumen used for road surface.
Bitumen is solid at ambient temperature. But as the temperature rises, it becomes a paste and then liquefies. The main applications of bitumen are due to the existence of two important properties of this material:

 Water impermeability;



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Uses of Penetration bitumen

Bitumen is widely used in the construction of asphalt roads and bituminous membrane products. Bitumen is commonly used to build highways, motorways and rail networks. Bitumen has excellent water-proofing properties and is widely used for making roofing products along with a range of other household and industrial applications, from emulsion paints to sound-proofing. Penetration Bitumen and Bitumen Emulsions are used for the construction of railway tracks and by using special types of bitumen such as Polymer Modified Bitumen, the vibration and noise levels are reduced due to a dampening effect. Bitumen has been proven to be effective on both high-speed railway tracks and heavy load railway tracks. Bitumen is also used for surfacing airfield runways and air strips (PMB is preferred due to its fuel resistant properties) and taxi ways. For the Marine construction industry bitumen is used for hydraulic applications such as canal lining, underwater tunnels, river bank protection, dam construction and sea defenses. There are also numerous industrial applications like roofing felt material, printing inks, packaging paper, linoleum, electrical cable / Junction box insulation, mastic for roofing of terraces, and duplex paper manufacture. Bitumen Suppliers Limited can meet all your individual requirements.

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