Wednesday | September 20, 2017

WMA Archive

After: Fred Iannotti of Halifax Paving shared that the company’s jobs before adding Evotherm® WMA additive to mixes had challenges. “The mixes were gooey, difficult to compact, and we were struggling with other mix issues as well. We needed reliability, mix consistency, workability, a compaction aid and a liquid anti-strip. Evotherm was it.”

Halifax Paving Fixes Hurricane Damage with AsphaltHalifax Fixes Hurricane Damage with Asphalt

Asphalt professionals in the southeast remain alert for more than just rain delays...

WMA Use Increases Gently, NAPA Reports

By Kent Hansen, Audrey Copeland, T. Carter Ross In 2007, a group of...
Tarmac TRI-MIX

Tarmac’s TRI-MIX

The TRI-MIX warm-mix injection system from Tarmac International Inc., Lee’s Summit, Mo., is...
Stansteel Accu-Shear

Stansteel’s Accu-Shear

The Accu-Shear® from Stansteel/Hotmix Parts, Louisville, Ky., is designed for advanced in-line water...
Reliable Asphalt Products AquaFoam

Reliable’s AquaFoam®

The AquaFoam® warm mix system from Reliable Asphalt Products, Shelbyville, Ky., is designed...
Meeker Warm Mix System

Meeker’s Warm Mix Systems

Warm-mix asphalt (WMA) production shouldn’t be limited to drum plants. With that truth...

Low temperatures retain moisture in Sweden

Editor’s Note: One of the best places to test and prove the benefits...

Here’s How to Pave with WMA

This article originally ran in the March 2011 issue of The Asphalt ProMagazine....

CDOT Accepts WMA Process

MeadWestvaco Corp., North Charleston, S.C., officials are proud to announce that the Colorado...

What’s That 9-47A?

The National Center for Asphalt Technology (NCAT) is working with Advanced Materials Services...

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