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Pavement Preservations

Specialties Inc

"Making The Quality Difference"​

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Crack Sealant
&
Bag Mix

Pavement

Preservation

Mulch &

Erosion Control

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ASPHALT

COLD PATCH BAG MIX

Unique Blend for Asphalt or Concrete

Whether it is repairing utility cuts or patching that reoccurring pothole,  high performance cold patch is rapidly becoming the material of choice.  Approved as a high performance patching material in most states and other user agencies within the United States. Specifically formulated for the wide-ranging temperature and climate of your area.  Patch is permanent and does the job right the first time.

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RENTAL EQUIPMENT

The Crafco melter/applicators

represent the most technologically

advanced melter/applicators

available. These state-of-the-art

machines offer the ultimate in

efficiency and ease of use.

The digital control features of this

equipment accurately control and

regulate the heating temperature

of the sealant and transfer oil. The patented internal pumping system requires no clean out and features a hydraulic flow rate adjustment. The internal pump only operates when the operator activates the micro-switch on the applicator wand. With “On Demand” pumping there are no valves, fewer moving parts and no hose pressure build up. Super Shot melters will out-perform any comparable sized machine available. 

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MASTIC

Mastic is a hot applied, pourable, aggregate filled, black color, polymer modified asphalt pavement repair mastic. Mastic is used for sealing, 

filling and repairing many distresses in both asphalt concrete and portland cement concrete pavements and bridge deck surfaces that are larger than those typically repaired by crack or joint sealing, but smaller than repairs requiring remove and replace patching procedures. Typical uses include sealing, filling and leveling of wide transverse or longitudinal cracks and joints, filling potholes and utility cuts, localized skin patch repairs, repairs prior to surface treatments, and leveling bridge approaches or faulted areas.

PATCHER

To use, Mastic is placed into an appropriate melter, mixed and heated until application temperature is reached, poured into the prepared repair area and then leveled. Mastic is formulated to provide neat feathered edge installation and is then ready for traffic when it has cooled and solidified.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Question

Will the sealant heat up faster if the thermostat is turned to its maximum setting?

Answer

No, in fact it could be dangerous. It takes the same amount of time for the sealant to reach recommended pour temperature, no matter how high the setting. If the setting is maximized, you risk exceeding the safe heating temperature, which may result in fire and compromised performance. Refer to Sealant Product Data Sheet for specific information and guidelines.

Question

Why is the crack sealant coming out of the crack after it has cooled?

Answer

Most likely the crack was either wet or dirty. Sealant will not stick to either. To prevent this, blow out the cracks with pressurized air.

Question

Why should I rout my cracks before I seal/fill them?

Answer

By routing the cracks you remove the oxidized
fractured pavement from the crack surface and expose intact vertical walls for the sealant to bond to. The increased area of sealant in the crack also accommodates for more movement. This will extend the sealant's service life by up to 50% over

non-routed cracks.

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