SAMI Bitumen has developed a low viscosity crumb rubber binder that can be sprayed during the cool periods of the year featuring a significant reduction in the use of kerosene. We speak to Primal Surfacing, a company using the product due to its safety and environmental
Puma Bitumen is partnering with a major French construction company Eiffage to bring GB5 base course mix to Australia. Through a demonstration with Boral, Puma is hoping to embed the mix as commonplace for Australian roads.
ARRB has developed a new test method for rapid, in-field characterisation of binder ages using a new piece of technology.
Four Australian standards for bitumen and related products used in road construction have been updated with technical expertise provided by
The VEGABAR 82 pressure transmitter with a ceramic measuring cell enables high accuracy measurement for highly abrasive materials such as sand.
New technical specifications have been released by Austroads. The specifications cover the requirements for supply of sealant and the sealing of cracks in asphalt and spray seal pavements using hot placed elastomeric and crumb rubber