SC Cutback Bitumen

What is Cutback Bitumen?

The invention relates to bitumen cutback, in particular to the use of fatty acid esters as bitumen cutback agents. These bitumen cutback agents may also be described as cutters, cutback additives, bitumen solvents, or bitumen thinners. Bitumen is a viscoelastic mix of hydrocarbons used to hold together aggregates in pavements. It is a highly viscous waterproof adhesive at ambient temperatures. Bitumen is generally sourced as a fraction from the distillation of crude oil, but may also be found in natural deposits. The reduction in viscosity of the bitumen aids the construction of seal coats in road pavements as the softened mixture wets the chips more easily. The cutback agent evaporates from the seal coat, the cutback agent becoming a negligible component of the seal oat a few months after application.

Packing

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

Bulk;Transit cargo.

180(Kg) new steel drum

Uses of SC Cutback Bitumen

Industry Initial Products and roads

Grades

SC Cutback Grades

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