AASHTO M82 PDF

Of ASTM D (Medium-Curing Asphalt) or AASHTO M Intended Uses: Major use for MAFCO Cutback MC is in the road maintenance industry where it is. Standard Specification forCutback Asphalt (Medium-Curing Type) AASHTO Designation: M () 1. SCOPE 1. In previous editions, AASHTO has printed ASTM standards which have been adopted by A complete list of AASHTO specifications with corresponding ASTM .

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M 1.

SCOPE This specification covers liquid petroleum products, produced by fluxing an asphaltic base with suitable petroleum distillates, to be used in the treatment of road surfaces. The values stated in SI units are to be regarded as the standard.

AASHTO M 82-75

F See Note 1. Distillation, percentage by volume of total distillate to ? F — to ? F Residue from distillation to ?

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Fvolume percentage of sample by difference Tests on residue from distillation: Absolute viscosity at 60? F See Note 2. Solubility in Trichloroethylene, percent Spot test See Note 4. Standard naphtha Naphtha-xylene solvent, percent xylene Heptane-xylene solvent, percent xylene 30 38 — 60 — 0.

Highway Materials/ Asphalt

As an alternate, Saybolt-Furol viscosities may be specified as follows: Grade MC—Furol viscosity at aasto F —60 to s. Grade MC—Furol viscosity at 60? F — to s.

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Grade MC—Furol viscosity at In lieu of viscosity of the residue, the specifying agency, at its option, can specify penetration at g, 5 s at 25? However, in no case will both be required. If the ductility at 25?

F is less thanthe material will be acceptable if its ductility at F is more than The use of the spot test is optional. When specified, the engineer shall indicate whether the standard naphtha solvent, the naphtha-xylene solvent, or the heptane-xylene solvent will be used in determining compliance with the requirement, and also, in the case of the xylene solvents, the percentage of xylene to be used.