BLOWN ASPHALT

85/25 & 115/15 for Built-up Roofing

Description:

BLOWN ASPHALT is produced by air blowing of petroleum residues. The grade of BLOWN ASPHALT is designated by two numbers, the softening point and the penetration degree.

Uses:

  • In the construction of built up roofing as bonding or flood coats, 85/25 asphalt is used on inclines not exceeding 25% slope and 115/15 asphalt is used on inclines not exceeding 50%, and is preferred in high temperature areas due to its higher softening point.
  • For corrosion resistance for piping coating, steel structures, and in electric cable joint protection and industry.
  • As joint filling and sealant compound.
  • As an adhesive of building material.
  • For sound dampening felts and under carriage sealant in the automotive industry.

Standard:

85/25 and 115/15 comply with the requirements of B.S 3690: part 2, and ASTM D312, Type III & Type IV.

Also comply with the Jordanian National Building code (Vol. ll-Ch5) Tables No. 15 & 17.

Containers:

  •  85 / 25 in 180 kg drums.
  • 115 / 15 in approx. 18 kg stretch plastic wraps.

Technical Specifications:

Type 85/25:

Penetration at 25 °C :25±5

Softening point: 80-90°C.

Type 115/15:

Penetration at 25 °C :15±5

Softening point: 110-120°C.

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