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bitumen blocks 75/35

Low temperature oxidized bitumen 75/35 is simple to use, as the blocks are just broken into pieces and placed straight into the bitumen boiler, including the polyethylene wrapper. There is no packaging to dispose of. As with all bonding bitumen, do not heat Easy-Melt above 220°C and do not store at elevated temperatures for extended periods.

Coverage: 1.5 – 2.00kg per m2

bitumen melting temperature

Product is generally used in roofing for membrane bonding (hot mopped technique). bitumen blocks must be heated before application in a boiler with a maximum temperature of 250°C. bitumen blocks being a bad heat conductor and is more viscous than most other common fluids, product may take time to reach a stable temperature. Avoid localised overheating which could ruin the product, causing a development of coke and a diminishing of thermal exchanges Pour bitumen Block with appropriate tools (bucket, etc) and spread it out with a metal scraper.

Features and Benefits of bitumen blocks

  • High quality general purpose hot bonding bitumen block
  • Melt away packaging – less waste to clear up
  • Easy to use 10kg shrink wrapped blocks
  • Safer to use – almost half the weight of conventional keg bitumen
  • Environmentally friendly – no wrapper to remove and dispose of
  • Economical to stack and store – requires less room than conventional kegs
  • Heated in a standard bitumen boiler
  • Requires less heat to achieve usage temperature
  • protecting layer for concrete surfaces
  • link layer between insulating boards and concrete surfaces
  • link layer between compatible insulating boards
  • Packaging: in 25Kg polyethylene bags
  • This product, utilised in the industrial sector, exhibits a much reduced temperature susceptibility when compared to paving grade bitumen’s and exhibits a more ‘solid’ nature at ambient temperature
  • The designation of the Oxidised Bitumen 95/25 refers to the mid point of the softening point acceptance criteria. Followed by the mid point of the penetration acceptance criteria
  • Reduced temperature susceptibility, Ideal for bonding roof membranes
  • Exhibits a more ‘solid’ nature at ambient temperatures,
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