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Hi-Seal Ready Mix Cold Asphalt
JBS Hi-Seal Ready Mix Cold Asphalt in addition to premix carpeting and seal coat guaranteed to permanently repair potholes, utility cuts, overlays and edge repairs in asphalt and concrete. JBS Hi-Seal Ready Mix Cold Asphalt is currently being used by State DOT'S across the country. It is available in bulk and barrels. JBS Hi-Seat Ready Mix Cold Asphalt works in all weather conditions except continuous heavy rain. JBS Hi-Seal Ready Mix Cold Asphalt is easy to apply and has excellent workability and setting properties and better adhesiveness with aggregates. JBS Hi-Seal Ready Mix Cold Asphalt has so many advantages which makes it cost effective over its life cycle, specially as they reduces the frequency of maintenance.
 
JBS Hi-Seal product ranges:-
 
  1. Hi-Seal 0033 : Hi-Seal Ready Mix Cold Asphalt is recommended for premix carpeting as well as premix seal-coat and is designed to suit all grades of aggregates.
  2. Hi-Seal 0055 : A Hi-Seat Ready Mix Cold Asphalt recommended for all carpeting and seal coat and has excellent workability and setting properties.
  3. Hi-Seal 0044 : A Hi-Seal Ready Mix Cold Asphalt strongly recommended for premix carpeting with premix seal coat, mixed seal surfacing and open graded carpeting. It has excellent workability, setting properties and better adhesiveness with aggregates
Hi-Seal ready mix : A Hi-Seal Ready Mix Cold Asphalt recommended to repair pot holes, utility cuts, edge repair and small carpeting jobs. It is easy to apply and requires no mixing or tack coat .
JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt is a ready to use, high performance, capable of providing a cost effective, simple and permanent solution to a variety of applications including but not limited to potholes, utility cuts, joint repairs, outer edge repairs, surface patches (level course), and even small overlays. JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt is similar in appearance and performance to good hot mix asphalt and can be utilized in any weather condition (rain or shine, hot or cold). JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt has an extended stockpile life while retaining excellent workability. JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt requires no tack coat, can be used to patch both asphalt and concrete surfaces, and can even be applied in water! JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt can be opened immediately to traffic making it perfect for those inevitable "throw and go" situations. If proper installation techniques are utilized, JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt applications should have an equivalent or extended life expectancy in comparison to hot mix asphalt. Proper installation is the key to the longevity of any paving application and following is a brief guide to help insure the maximum performance for your JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt material.
 
Material Temperature and Compaction
 
JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt can be applied when air temperatures are between 0F and 100F; however, JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt will be most pliable, workable, and compactable at air temperatures ranging from 50F to 90F. In the winter months, warming of the JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt material prior to application via a "hot box", heated dump bed, or patching track is quite acceptable; although, it is imperative that the material temperature does not exceed 125F. To insure optimum performance JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt should be applied and compacted in 2" maximum lifts. A vibratory steel wheel roller will always provide optimum results and performance; however, steel wheel or pneumatic rollers, compactor plates, wheel rolling, and hand tamping are also acceptable methods of compaction. Over compaction is rarely an issue.
 
The Facts
 
  1. Guaranteed Permanent
  2. Works in Water
  3. Works in ALL Weather Conditions
  4. No mixing
  5. No tack coat required
  6. Ready to use
  7. Instantly ready for traffic
  8. Stockpiles for months
Installation Guide
 
Potholes
JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt can be used very successfully in patching any pothole in which it is placed. The first step is to clean the pothole with a broom or compressed air. For most patches, simply place the JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix material into the pothole and compact it with a hand tamp, backside of a shovel or wheel roll with a vehicle Leave the JBS Ht-SEAL Ready MixCold Asphalt (in a small crown) to account for consolidation under traffic. The deeper the pothole, the higher the crown will be needed. The more preparation and care in placing JBS Hl-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt, the longer the service life that can be expected.
 
Utility Cuts
JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt can be used as a permanent trench patch if proper installation procedures are followed. Similar to hot mix, a solid, unyielding base must be provided under the JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt material if it is expected to not settle, rut or shove. JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt can be placed in lifts up to 2", with each lift receiving compaction effort. In cases where the steel wheel roller will not fit into the trench on the first lift, a plate compactor can be used. It is advisable to use the vibratory steel wheel roller on the top lift of all trenches. JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt can be expected to consolidate up to 40% before proper density is achieved. For a 2" deep lift, the JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt should be placed about 1" higher than the desired finished surface before compaction begins. This will insure that enough JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt will be forced into the trench and proper compaction will be achieved.
 
Manhole Surrounds
JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix Cold Asphalt can be used as a permanent asphalt material around water valves, catch basin grates and manhole covers if installed properly. Compaction is very important as the lid and ring can cause significant compaction difficulties. Because it is difficult to obtain acceptable compaction around the metal lids and rigs, it is often necessary to compact in 2" maximum lifts
 
JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix will perform best and achieve maximum longevity if the following installation procedures are followed.
 
  1. Excavate entire failed pavementsurface and unstable base material (including any "alligator" cracked areas).
  2. Clean foreign debris from the areato be patched utilizing a broom or compressed air.

  3. Compact sub-grade thoroughly to achieve a firm foundation. The preferred mode of base compaction would be a vibratory compactor plate or steel wheel roller; for small potholes, a hand tamp is acceptable.
  4. Apply JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix material in maximum 2" lifts.
  5. Compact JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix after each lift utilizing a vibratory compactor plate or steel wheel roller,

  6. Final JBS HI-SEAL Ready Mix lift should be placed approximately 1" higher than the desired finished surface level prior to compaction allowing for optimal secondary compaction as a result of traffic flow.

 
 
 
 
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