husky asphalt

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Asphalt products

Cut-Back's - refined

SC-250

This product is designed as a “slow curing” asphalt oil for cold mix applications and stockpiles. This is a re-workable dust control product, allowing the client to repair deformed areas using a grader, as opposed to sending patching crews to repair potholes. SC-250 is typically used in areas where a consolidated road surface is desired, but base conditions may vary throughout. For best results use a base stabilizer such as MG-30, or Soil Max before treating the surface.”

SC-600

SC-600 is a high viscosity “slow curing” asphalt oil which creates greater compaction ratings on road surfaces and provides long lasting results. This product is typically suited for heavy traffic areas such as haul roads with a structurally sound base. Maintenance can be done with a grader running sandvik blades, however less maintenance should be required due to the heavier nature of the product.

MC-250

MC-250 is a “medium-curing” asphalt oil that carries a lower pen rating than the “SC” oils. This means that once light ends have evaporated from the product, the customer is left with a higher density surface than an “SC” product. Although MC-250 requires a strong base, the product demands less maintenance and has a long-life span.

Emulsions - refined

DL-10

DL-10 is a softer asphalt emulsion designed specifically for surface spray applications. This product works ideally in lighter traffic conditions. Being an emulsion product, DL-10 is not as susceptible to road moisture conditions. Maintenance can be performed by a straight blade grader allowing for easy repairs and touch-ups.

DL-10 Special

DL-10 Special is a higher residual soft blade mix asphalt emulsion which is designed to consolidate aggregate for high traffic roads. This product will dramatically cut down on gravel loss which will save you in product costs. Much like DL-10 the maintenance can be done using straight blade graders.

HF-250 AS

HF-250 is an anionic high float emulsion. This product is utilized for graded aggregate seal coating on asphalt and base stabilized roads. This is a medium cure oil which allows for a quick set time. This product works well with aggregate containing fines and is resistant to bleeding. the Anti-Strip (AS) agent allows for better adhesion to the aggregate. This is our recommended product for our chip seal applications. 

HF-1000M

HF-1000M is an anionic slow set emulsion. This can be plant or road mixed depending on the application. High Float (HF) oils are unique in that after they cure the surface possesses a gel like structure. This means the cured product is less susceptible to blowouts. This product is also available with the Anti-Strip agent to ensure better aggregate adhesion. 

Base Stabilization

Soil Max

Soil Max is an ionic clay stabilizer. This product works by altering the clay properties reducing its ability to hold water. Added to your compaction water it is a hassle free and cost effective way to strengthen your base

Restorative Products

CRF

CRF is a cationic slow set emulsion. Known most commonly for its restorative properties this product continues to set the standard for restorative seals. Typically this product is diluted 2:1 for surface spray applications like sand sealing. The application rate depends on the surface deterioration. If you are unsure of what it needs we offer free test patches to help identify the application rate. CRF can also be used with recycled asphalt to reintroduce the binding characteristics into the millings. 

Reclaimite

Reclaimite is a cationic slow set emulsion. This versatile product is known best for its ability to restore durability to the surface. Reclaimite is diluted 2:1 for surface spray applications and one to one for use with recycled asphalt. This is a great product if you don’t know what to do with that pile of RAP in your yard. If you are curious about the different methods of using this product with RAP head over to the “contact us” page!

Tack Oil | Fog Seal

SS-1

SS-1 is an anionic slow set emulsion. This product is applied cold and traditionally diluted with water. SS-1 is utilized in a variety of uses such as a tack coat or fog seal. This continues to be a staple in our custom application service for paving contractors. We have the ability to supply and apply SS-1 providing paving contractors with superior value. 

Calcium products

Dust Control (seasonal)

CALCIUM CHLORIDE

Kortech’s Calcium Chloride is a sourced hydroscopic product for the purpose of dust control and road stabilization. This particular product is the highest density of a naturally produced calcium chloride at 1.32kg/L. Having the highest Calcium content allows Kortech’s product to outperform other competing products.

Base Stabilization

MG-30

MG30 is a calcium chloride derivative manufactured at the Ward Chemical upgrader facility in Villeneuve Alberta. This non-corrosive product is designed specifically for base stabilization with the added benefits of dust control. MG30 acts as a clay-enhancing agent and subsequently performs well with silty and sandy base conditions. The chemical makeup of MG30 encroaches into the soil allowing for higher compaction ratings by removing air and moisture voids from the soil. This creates a stronger, longer lasting road. Combine this product with any of our dust suppression products to achieve long lasting results.

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Water-Soluble products

Dust Control (Seasonal)

Lignosulfonate

Lignosulfonate is a concentrated pulp and paper derivative that is an inexpensive, effective, Eco-Friendly dust control product. “Ligno”, as it is commonly referred to is a natural binder, creating a strong bond between clay and aggregate to create a hard road surface. “Ligno” has also been ascribed a registration number by Agriculture Canada for use in animal feeds allowing this product to be a safe alternative for sensitive areas. This product continues to be the most environmentally friendly product we offer given its use in animal feed and water-soluble properties. 

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