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The PASS QB emulsion seal (Western Emulsion Product) is a proven and reliable pavement preservation tool to win the fight against de-investment of your roadway network, part of a strategy that extends the quality service life of newer asphalt pavements at minimal cost. PASS QB emulsion is spray-applied to seal minor distress cracks…(Read More)

The Reclamite emulsion (Tricor Refining Emulsion Product) is an emulsion of specific petroleum oils and resins designed to penetrate dry and weathered asphalt pavements. Reclamite penetrates seeking the asphalt in the pavement preference to the aggregate.  The result is that Reclamite combines with asphalt  to restore its original desirable properties.  In some cases the asphalt…(Read More)

The emulsion serves as the binder to hold the crushed aggregate together and adhere it to the old road surface. Various emulsions and aggregates are used to meet the conditions, specifications and requirements of individual projects. Emulsion of varying composition and setting times are mixed with one of three grades of aggregates – Type I…(Read More)

The PMCRS-2h emulsion (Talley Oil Inc. Emulsion Product) is an emulsion  that can consist of a single or multiple application of emulsified asphalt and graded cover aggregate. Excess cover aggregate is normally removed upon completion. This treatment weatherproofs and adds skid resistance properties and can be performed over base rock or asphalt pavement…(Read More)

The PASS QB emulsion seal (Western Emulsion Product) is a process by which a unique polymer modified asphalt recycling agent, PASS®, is applied to a pavement surface at a rate per square yard depending on the pavement condition and cover aggregate. The scrub seal application calls for a mechanized broom that scrubs the spray- applied…(Read More)

Cape Seal consisting of a single application of chip seal followed with a single application of slurry seal or micro surfacing.  This application is extremely cost-effective giving the end-user the best of both treatments. The cape seal treatment has been in use in California for many years on projects with long life cycles…(Read More)

Pavement fabrics placed under overlays will slow this crack reflection, but not stop it.  Working with the same fabric under a double chip seal has added substantial pavement life at a reduced cost over typical methods of repairs used in the industry.  In addition, pavement deterioration due to oxidation and stripping has been eliminated due…(Read More)

A needle-punched nonwoven fabric weighing a minimum of 4.1 oz. per square yard, which, when embedded in a field applied asphalt cement tack coat becomes an asphalt saturated fabric membrane. Properly installed it is a pavement moisture barrier and a stress absorbing interlayer which retards crack reflection and extends pavement life. It is…(Read More)

Applying dust control agents’ Prepare the road surface first. Blade away all ruts, potholes, washboards, and loose excess surface material to expose a hard surface. You may need to add moistened aggregate or fines to ensure proper compaction. Fines may be bladed from shoulders onto surface.  Recycled asphalt can also be used as a source…(Read More)

Cold planing typically removes 1″ – 4″ of surface asphalt allowing for the application of a thin overlay or wearing surface, It preserves ancillary structures (e.g. curb and gutter) but allows improvements to the grade and surface of the pavement section…(Read More)