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General information:

  • Bitumen emulsion CRS-1h consists of three basic ingredients: bitumen, water, and an emulsifying agent. Based on specifications it may contain other additives, such as stabilizers, coating improvers, anti-strips, or break control agents. It is well known that water and asphalt will not mix, except under carefully controlled conditions using highly specialized equipment and chemical additives.
  • Cationic emulsions CRS-1h may be used at ambient temperatures with aggregates, which need not be completely dry. Emulsions are less hazardous to use in comparing with cutback, and can be applied in a wider range of conditions.
  • Sprayed Sealing – Cationic emulsions CRS-1h are used extensively in sprayed sealing applications, particularly in cooler weather where they provide improved initial stone retention due to their lower viscosity.
  • Packing: 220, 230, 240(Liter) new steel drum.

Technical Specifications:

Property Min Max Test Method
Viscosity, Saybolt Furol at 50 °C, SFS 20 100 ASTM D244
Storage stability test, 24-h, % - 1 ASTM D6930
Demulsibility, 35 mL, 8% dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate, % 40 - ASTM D6936
Particle charge test Positive ASTM D244
Sieve test, % - 0.1 ASTM D6933
Solvents, by volume of emulsion, % - 3 ASTM D6997
Residue, % 60 - ASTM D244
Test on residue from distillation:
Penetration, 25°C (77°F), 100 g, 5 s 40 90 ASTM D5
Ductility, 25°C (77°F), 5 cm/min, cm 40 - ASTM D113
Solubility in trichloroethylene, % 97.5 - ASTM D2042