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An asphalt emulsion consists of three basic ingredients: Asphalt, water, and an emulsifying agent. Particles of asphalt cement coated with a mild soap solution to form a homogenous water based asphalt. Emulsions can be either anionic (negatively charged) or cationic (positively charged), and are further classified into slow setting, medium setting and rapid setting categories. The type of emulsion to choose is determined by its intended purpose. Since emulsions are water based, they are environmentally friendly, but are subject to temperature changes. Emulsions are used for many applications in fog seals, chip seals, slurry seals, pavement repair and in construction. View Emulsions page here..


Cutback Asphalt is manufactured by blending asphalt cement with a petroleum solvent. There are three major types of Cutback Asphalt based on the relative evaporation of the solvent: Rapid-Curing (RC), Medium-Curing (MC) and Slow-Curing (SC). Rapid-Curing Cutback Asphalt is used primarily for surface treatments and tack coat. Polymer Modified Rapid-Curing Cutback Asphalt is used only for surface treatments. Medium-Curing Cutback Asphalt is typically used for prime coat, surface treatments and stockpile patching mixes. View Cutbacks page here...

PG Asphalts:

Asphalt pavement is one of America's building blocks. The United States has more than 2 million miles of paved roads and highways, and 94 percent of those are surfaced with asphalt. Asphalt cement acts as the glue to hold the pavement together. Asphalt is America's most recycled material. Reclaimed asphalt in not just reusable as a "black rock" - the asphalt cement in the reclaimed pavement is reactivated to become an integral part of the new pavement.  The recycled asphalt cement replaces part of the new asphalt cement required for the pavement, reducing costs for the road agencies. View PG Asphalts page here...


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