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Bitumen is a dark-coloured semi-solid, cementitious material that is present in different forms such as rock asphalt, natural bitumen, bitumen derived from oil, petroleum bitumen and tar. Nowadays, almost all of the roads globally are paved with bitumen. This is due to the material’s ability to help protect the surface from water. Bitumen acts as a waterproofing later and prevents water from entering the underlying road structure.
Generally, bitumen is a binding component that consists of aggregate spread over a sprayed-on asphalt surface. Bitumen is then is applied into the asphalt surface by rolling it typically with a rubber-tired roller. It’s one of the most in-demand road-construction materials globally, with accounts of over 100 million tons used per year, which is approximately 700 million barrels of bitumen installed each year.
Bitumen is a liquid binder used by bitumen contractors to hold asphalt together. Bitumen sealing is the process of apply bitumen on the surface of the road to promote a waterproofing feature. This is done by spraying bitumen and then covering the surface with aggregates. The process is commonly repeated twice to give the surface a two-coal seal, which enhances the road’s waterproofing feature.
This prevents water from entering the underlying road structure. Bitumen sealing is an essential and crucial process in ensuring the structural integrity of a road.
It’s recommended to use trustworthy bitumen companies and bitumen contractors to ensure quality services for your project. Skilled contractors make the bitumen sealing process faster and efficient without undermining the structure’s quality.
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