Millings Rejuvenator

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Millings Rejuvenator

Elevate your asphalt patching game with the Asphalt Millings Rejuvenator - the ultimate solution for breathing new life into all types of bituminous asphalt mixes. Whether you're working with hot mix, cold mix, recycled, or reclaimed asphalt and millings, this premium asphalt softener and rejuvenator is your ticket to longer-lasting, beautiful pavement. Use it confidently in conjunction with infrared asphalt patching or hot boxes to revitalize your asphalt surfaces.

Features and Benefits

  • A Must-Have for Infrared Asphalt Patching: This rejuvenator is a vital companion for infrared asphalt patching, ensuring optimal results and longevity for your pavement repairs.

  • Improved Adhesion: Enhance the adhesion of asphalt millings during pothole repair, making your patches more resilient and reliable.

  • Cost-Effective Revitalization: Say goodbye to the costly process of replacing old asphalt millings. Our rejuvenator provides a cost-effective solution to rejuvenate and extend the life of your existing asphalt.

What is an Asphalt Millings Rejuvenator?

An Asphalt Millings Rejuvenator acts as a bonding agent for asphalt millings, especially when the asphalt has become gray and oxidized, losing its essential tar, bitumen, and binding properties. This rejuvenator not only restores adhesion but also rejuvenates the asphalt's appearance, giving it a rich, dark color.

Our 5-gallon pail of Asphalt Millings Rejuvenator is an asphalt-based emulsion, designed with user safety in mind and boasting a minimal odor.

Calculating coverage is a breeze. Typically, you'll need 1 to 3 gallons per ton of asphalt. For precise calculations, consider using 0.5% to 3% of the total asphalt weight, which equates to approximately 7 lbs per gallon of the rejuvenator. For example, with 2000 lbs of asphalt, using 1% of that weight yields 20 lbs. Divide 20 by 7, and you'll require approximately 2.8 gallons for the job.

Millings Rejuvenator


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