RC Cutback Bitumen

What is Cutback Bitumen?

 

Cutback Bitumen is consisting of penetration grade bitumen blended with solvent to control its curing time. They type of solvent controls the curing time while the amount determines the viscosity of the cutback bitumen. This action reduces the viscosity of the bitumen temporarily so it can penetrate pavements more effectively or to allow spraying at temperatures that are too cold for successfully sprayed sealing with neat bitumen. The materials which added to bitumen will vaporize after application to leave the remaining material similar in hardness to the original bitumen. The advantage of cutback bitumen have over emulsions is a much higher residual bitumen percent, typically over 80% compares with over 40-65% for bitumen emulsions. The result is more bitumen left on the roadway after curing, for the same volume of binder applied.

Packing

220, 230, 240(Liter) new steel drum.

Bulk;Transit cargo.

180(Kg) new steel drum

Uses of RC Cutback Bitumen

Industry Initial Products and roads

Grades

RC Cutback Grades

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