Home » Engineering » Asphalt

Asphalt, also referred to as bitumen, is a versatile material that plays a vital role in modern infrastructure. It is a sticky, black, and highly viscous semi-solid form of petroleum, obtained from the refining of crude oil. Asphalt is characterized by its thermoplastic properties, which allow it to be heated and molded into various forms at elevated temperatures, making it a preferred choice for a wide range of applications. This material is the glue that binds our infrastructure together, providing strength, durability, and flexibility.

Asphalt Binder

Asphalt Modifications

External Links