Road authorities across the globe know that using modified asphalt in new road projects is good business. It is cost-efficient in the medium and long term because the roads are less prone to rutting and cracking. This reduces maintenance, which is both a financial and a traffic-related problem as roads must be partly closed during maintenance work.
The most common way to modify bitumen in modern road construction is to use SBS (styrene-butadiene-styrene), a synthetic rubber. SBS is made from scarce virgin resources and is not only costly from an economical point of view – but also environmentally. However, SBS as a bitumen modifier can be substituted by coarse, recycled rubber powder (40-60 mesh). This has now become a standard technology with years of practical experience across the globe.
Supply Ability: 120,000 Ton/Tons per Year
R4R’SCRUMB RUBBER MODIFIED BITUMEN is the best and most suitable for Roads for all weather, highways, dense traffic roads, junctions, airfield runways, heavy duty and high traffic sea port roads etc. It is highly durable and dependable economical solution for raveling, undulation, rutting, bleeding, shoving and potholes solutions.
It is used for wearing course & Binder course like Semi dense Bituminous Concrete (SDBC), Dense Bituminous Macadam (DBM) and Bituminous Concrete (BC) or Asphalt Concrete (AC).
·Higher resistance to deformation and increased Road temperature enhances smooth drive comforts.
·Improved adhesion and bonding with aggregates, Higher Softening Point, High Flow resistance and Higher Impact Resistance to withstand movement of Heavy Vehicle Traffic.