- Will not peel, crack, or delaminate like most standard water base sealcoats.
- Reduces viscosity and increases ductility.
- Penetrates the pavement to rejuvenate and rehabilitate the asphalt binder.
- Meets or exceeds all applicable FAA and military specifications.
- Meets eligibility for FAA Airport Improvement Program (AIP) funding.
- Extends the life of the asphalt by three to five years with each application.
- Provides the pavement surface with a uniform black finish and wears evenly.
- Provides surface protection against contaminants and is virtually fuel/oil resistant
Asphalt rejuvenators were first introduced in order to address the issues of pavement failure on airport runways and
PDC-Pavement Dressing Conditioner Asphalt Rejuvenator
(Invented by Mr. Ed McGovern) has been on the forefront and consistently been a leader in pavement preservation ever since. An Asphalt Rejuvenator is defined as: A material that will significantly lower viscosity, increase penetration, lower softening point, and increase the ductility of the binder without disturbing the binders ability to retain aggregate and not significantly lower skid resistance. (Brown, McGovern, Roestler and White)
Although many of the specifications written about the rejuvenation of asphalt pavement references airports pavements, it is equally important for businesses and communities to research any proposed rejuvenator product for past and current performance, as well as the review of independent test results of current formulations of the product.
There are some products that propose to rejuvenate pavement, but caution and investigation of these products and their past performance should be taken into consideration prior to utilizing these products.
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