Fuel resistant bitumen
Hincol Fuel Resistant Bitumen
Properties of HINCOL Fuel Resistant Bitumen
  Spec Typical Method
Absolute Viscosity at 60C, Poise, Min 3500 4000 IS 1206 (Part 2): 1978
Kinematic Viscosity at 135C, cSt, Min 350 400 IS 1206 (Part 3): 1978
Flash Point, Min 220 250 IS 1448 : 1969
Solubility in TCE, Min 95 96 IS 1216 : 1978
Penetration at 25C 20 - 40 30 IS 1203 : 1978
Softening Point, Min 55 58 IS 1205 : 1978
Advantage

There is substantial advantage in terms of fuel resistant property. It is resistant to normal fuel spillage. Typical properties of a continuously graded hot mix after a briquette soaked in diesel for 24 hours
 

  Bitumen VG 30 HINCOL Fuel Resistant Bitumen
Mass Loss, % 11 0.6
% Retained Marshall Stability 60 80
Directions for Use

Recommended storage and handling criteria are as follows:
 

  HINCOL Fuel Resistant Bitumen
Asphalt Mixing Temp 160 – 170 C
Asphalt Compaction Temp 140 – 150 C
Maximum storage temp < 24 hours
  • 1 Day
170 C 150C

HINCOL Fuel Resistant Bitumen is Storage stable at recommended temperature without risk of additive degradation. Every attempt should be made to minimize the binder temperature during transportation and storage.

Additional Advantages of HINCOL Fuel Resistant Bitumen:

HINCOL Fuel Resistant Bitumen offers additional advantages compared to conventional grade:

  • Reduced risk of early failure
  • Increased Stiffness
  • Better Rutting Resistance
  • Improved Cohesion performance

Recommended Applications of HINCOL Fuel Resistant Bitumen:

  • Urban Roads
  • Bus Depots
  • Bus Stops
  • Parking Areas

Health and Safety

HINCOL Fuel Resistant Bitumen is unlikely to present any significant health or safety hazard when properly used in the recommended application.