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Asphalt Emulsion Industries - Slurry Seal Products

Slurry Seals The foundation of every slurry seal depends on the quality of the emulsion used to create it. Whether for a traditional or latex-modified slurry, our emulsions help ensure the best result is achieved for every mix design.

Slurry Seal | Ergon Asphalt & Emulsions, Inc.

A preventive or corrective maintenance surface treatment composed of a mixture of dense-graded aggregate, emulsified asphalt, mineral fillers, additives and water. The slurry seal improves surface texture, and seals and protects the pavement. Emulsion is mixed with aggregate and then placed on road. Can fill some cracks.

Slurry Seal Treatment Types

A slurry seal is the application of a mixture of water, asphalt emulsion, aggregate (very small crushed rock), and additives to an existing asphalt pavement surface. A slurry seal is similar to a fog seal except the slurry seal has aggregates as part of the mixture. This combined mixture of the emulsion and aggregates represents “slurry.”

Slurry Seal Emulsion - graniterock

Slurry Seal Emulsion A slurry seal is a mixture of well-graded fine aggregate, mineral filler (if needed), emulsified asphalt, and water applied to a pavement as a surface treatment. It is used in both the preventive and corrective maintenance of asphalt pavement surfaces.

Slurry Seals | McAsphalt

Slurry seal is a mixture of aggregate, emulsified asphalt, water and additives that are properly proportioned, mixed and spread over a prepared surface. A polymer-modified system can be used in the same application and will enhance one or more properties of the slurry to …

SLURRY SEAL SPECIFICATIONS – (1%, 3% ... - co-asphalt

bicontinuous polymer-asphalt network is formed upon curing of the finished emulsion. The emulsion shall be pumpable and suitable for use in a Slurry Seal machine. The emulsified asphalt shall conform to the requirements of the ASTM specification for quick set CQS with revisions as indicated in the table below. In addition, the emulsion shall contain 1%, 3%

Slurry Seal Vs Seal Coat - Asphalt Paving and Repair ...

Slurry Seal. Seal Coat. A thick, cold mix paving treatment that contains aggregates, asphalt emulsion, water and additives. An emulsion containing liquid asphalt, mineral fillers and other anti-oxidation additives. A high-performance resurfacing treatment that provides an additional wear surface.

Slurry Seal | California Pavement Maintenance (CPM)

Slurry seal is a mixture of emulsified asphalt, crushed aggregate, water, and set-control additives such as aluminum sulfate and/or Portland cement. Slurry may also use a variety of polymers to enhance the toughness and tenacity of the finished mix.

An Introduction to Asphalt Emulsions | Asphalt magazine

An Introduction to Asphalt Emulsions. SS and QS Emulsions SS emulsions are designed to work with fine aggregates to allow for maximum mixing time and extended workability. They are the most stable emulsions and can be used in dense-graded aggregate bases, slurry seals, soil stabilization, asphalt surface courses and some recycling.

The Difference Between Slurry Seals and Sealcoating | G P ...

While both slurry and a sealcoat protect your asphalt, they are best used in different situations. A slurry is best for heavier traveled roadways and streets where vehicles travel at higher speeds. Since slurry uses larger aggregates, it provides a tougher surface that can …

Slurry Seals | McAsphalt

Slurry seal is a mixture of aggregate, emulsified asphalt, water and additives that are properly proportioned, mixed and spread over a prepared surface. A polymer-modified system can be used in the same application and will enhance one or more properties of the slurry to …

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Slurry Seal (Types 1, 2 & 3) that are derived from a precise mix of asphalt emulsion aggregate, mineral filler, water and additives. Yeilding a maximum life to your pavement through preventative maintenance.

Asphalt Emulsions - Telfer Pavement Technologies

Asphalt Emulsions. Rapid set (RS) emulsions are typically used for in chip seals, while quick set (QS) emulsions are used in slurry and microsurfacing applications and for fog seal or tack coats. Slow set (SS) emulsions are also used for fog seals or as tack coat. Telfer Pavement Technologies, LLC …

ITEM 417 ASPHALT EMULSION SLURRY SEAL - Columbus, Ohio

A. Asphalt Emulsion. Furnish emulsified asphalt conforming to AASHTO specifications for dense mixing grade SS-1h except that they shall be of the QUICK SET SLURRY SEAL EMULSION TYPE, either anionic or cationic, whichever in the opinion of the Engineer and the Laboratory is best suited to the aggregates and job conditions to be encountered.

Emultech - Premier Emulsion Company - Valley Slurry Seal ...

For over 50 years now the name Valley Slurry Seal Company has been synonymous with high-quality asphalt emulsion applications. In 1978, VSS established its first emulsion plant in Redding under the name of "Morgan Emultech" and began to build it into the premier West Cost emulsion Company.

Slurry Seal and Sealcoating FAQ | Aegis Asphalt Sealcoating

Slurry seal is a cold mix paving treatment containing aggregates, asphalt emulsion and water, while sealcoat is an emulsion containing liquid asphalt, mineral fillers and other additives. The main difference is that slurry seal has large aggregate.

An Introduction to Asphalt Emulsions | Asphalt magazine

An Introduction to Asphalt Emulsions. SS and QS Emulsions SS emulsions are designed to work with fine aggregates to allow for maximum mixing time and extended workability. They are the most stable emulsions and can be used in dense-graded aggregate bases, slurry seals, soil stabilization, asphalt surface courses and some recycling.

Slurry Surfacing - International Slurry Surfacing Association

Asphalt emulsions serve as a binder, holding the crushed aggregate together and adhering the new slurry surfacing to the old surface over which it is being applied. Various emulsions and aggregates are used to meet the conditions, specifications, and requirements of individual projects.

The Difference Between Slurry Seals and Sealcoating | G P ...

While both slurry and a sealcoat protect your asphalt, they are best used in different situations. A slurry is best for heavier traveled roadways and streets where vehicles travel at higher speeds. Since slurry uses larger aggregates, it provides a tougher surface that can …

A Discussion of Coal Tar Versus Asphalt Based Sealcoats ...

A Discussion of Coal Tar Versus Asphalt Based Sealcoats. Environmentally, coal tar sealcoat is known to have high levels of PAH’s and has recently come under fire as a carcinogen in humans and the cause of increased mortality in certain water life. This movement has led to banning of coal tar sealcoats in a number of locations,...

Microsurfacing and Slurry Seal job - Macropaver pavement ...

The Macropaver was devised as a rugged and reliable large production machine for slurry seal and microsurfacing. Since its creation, today's Macropaver has proven to be one of the fastest, most flexible and cost-effective machines in the road maintenance industry.

Asphalt Maintenance and Rehabilitation - Asphalt ...

The slurry seal can be placed anytime after the chip seal has set and cured. What type asphalt should be used? A liquid asphalt, such as a Rapid Setting Emulsion (RS-1,2 or CRS-1,2 includes modified), Cutback asphalts in some areas depending on EPA regulations which …

Slurry Pavers Inc - About Us

Slurry Pavers, Inc. was founded in 1966 as one of the original Pavement Preservation companies in the United States. From the beginning to the present day, SPI has played a significant role in product, staff, equipment and process development for the Pavement Preservation industry.

What Is Slurry Seal | Slurry Seal Explained | Rayner ...

Slurry seal is a cold mix paving system that can remedy a broad range of problems on streets, airfields, parking lots, and driveways. Think of Slurry Seal as an Industrial Grade Asphalt Surfacing. The principal materials used to create slurry are aggregate, asphalt emulsion, and fillers which are mixed together according to a laboratory’s mix ...