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  • BS 434-2(1984) : 1984

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    BITUMEN ROAD EMULSIONS (ANIONIC AND CATIONIC) - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR USE OF BITUMEN ROAD EMULSIONS

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Superseded date:  29-12-2006

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1984

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    Foreword
    Committees responsible
    Code
    1. Scope
    2. Information to be supplied by the purchaser
    3. Materials
    4. Design
    5. Work on site
    6. Repair of potholes and depressions
    7. Surface dressing
    8. Formation: sub-base and base sealing
    9. Grouting
    10. Retreading
    11. Premixing
    12. Coated stone
    13. Mist spraying
    14. Tack coating
    15. Curing of pavement quality concrete
    16. Slurry sealing
    17. Miscellaneous
    Appendix
    A. Wet track abrasion test
    Tables
    1. Classes of emulsion for normal uses
    2. Rates of application of chippings
    3. Target rates of application for lane traffic
         categories 4 and 5 (cold emulsion)
    4. Target rates of application for lane traffic
         categories 2, 3, 4 and 5 (K1-70 emulsion applied
         hot)
    5. Target rates of application of K1-70 emulsion for
         impervious hard shoulders
    6. Typical rates of application for grouting
    7. Typical mixtures
    8. Grading of aggregate for slurry sealing

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    Describes guidance on the general usage of anionic and cationic bitumen emulsions on roads and other surfaces. Covers information to be supplied to the purchaser, materials, design, work on site, repair of potholes and depressions, surface dressing, sub-base and base sealing, grouting, retreading, premixing, coated stone, mist spraying, tack coating and curing of pavement quality concrete.

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    Committee B/510
    Development Note Supersedes 80/13166 DC. (06/2004)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Superseded
    Supersedes

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    BS 5931(1980) : 1980 CODE OF PRACTICE FOR MACHINE LAID IN SITE EDGE DETAILS FOR PAVED AREAS
    BS 756:1952 Specification for Dean and Stark apparatus
    BS 3136-2:1972 SPECIFICATION FOR COLD EMULSION SPRAYING MACHINES FOR ROADS - METRIC UNITS
    BS 7370-2(1994) : 1994 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE - RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF HARD AREAS (EXCLUDING SPORTS SURFACES)
    BS 4987-2(1988) : 1988 SPECIFICATION FOR TRANSPORT, LAYING AND COMPACTION
    BS 5502-21(1990) : 1990 BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES FOR AGRICULTURE - PART 21: CODE OF PRACTICE FOR SELECTION AND USE OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
    BS 4987-1(1988) : 1988 COATED MACADAM FOR ROADS AND OTHER PAVED AREAS - SPECIFICATION FOR CONSTITUENT MATERIALS AND FOR MIXTURES
    BS PD6689(2006) : 2006 SURFACE DRESSING - GUIDANCE ON THE USE OF BS EN 12271

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    BS 903-A26(1969) : 1969 METHODS OF TESTING VULCANIZED RUBBER - DETERMINATION OF HARDNESS
    BS 1984(1967) : LATEST SPECIFICATION FOR GRAVEL AGGREGATES FOR SURFACE TREATMENT (INCLUDING SURFACE DRESSING) ON ROADS
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