Bitumen QS1h

Understanding  Bitumen QS1h

In the realm of construction materials, anionic Bitumen QS1h stands as a pivotal substance with multifaceted applications. 

Anionic Bitumen Emulsion Grades and Characteristics

It come in various grades, each exhibiting distinct breaking characteristics. Rapid-setting emulsions find utility in surface dressing tasks, while medium or slow-setting variants are integral to mixtures, where they combine with aggregates either in concrete mixers or on-site. Notably, rapid-setting emulsions are unsuitable for mixtures due to their tendency to set prematurely during mixing, potentially causing mixer clogs. The choice of emulsion Bitumen QS1h grade depends on the aggregate’s fineness, with finer aggregates necessitating slower-setting emulsions. Consequently, stone mixtures necessitate medium-setting emulsions, whereas sand mixtures require slow-breaking emulsions.

Anionic Emulsions: Breaking Process and Susceptibility

Anionic emulsions operate on a negative charge basis, a characteristic shared by numerous substances globally. This unique charge attribute has spurred significant research, development, and testing within the Industrial coating industry, particularly in formulating coatings from anionic systems. When Bitumen QS1h interacts with cationic counterparts, a robust bond forms, leading to a solid-state transformation. However, this transformation, while potent, is unsuitable for coatings due to its inability to adhere to substrates.

Application Scenarios for  Bitumen Emulsion QS1h

Anionic Slow-Setting Bitumen Emulsion emerges as a pivotal cold/non-fiberated liquid waterproofing bitumen emulsion. Crafted through a meticulous process involving bitumen, special emulsifiers, water, and additives subjected to high shear rates via a colloid mill, QS1h boasts specifications directly influenced by bitumen properties. This product finds tailored applications in waterproofing, building construction, concrete and metal surfaces. Its high flash point and low solvent content render QS-1h user-friendly and safe for various application methods such as painting brushes, squeegees, airless sprays, and rollers.

Packing Specifications for Anionic Bitumen Emulsion QS-1h

The packing of anionic bitumen QS1h is meticulously designed for containment and safety. Utilizing new thick steel drums placed on pallets minimizes the risk of leaks within containers, ensuring product integrity. Moreover, bulk packaging options in bitutainers and tankers cater to diverse industrial needs.

In conclusion, the versatile nature of anionic bitumen emulsion underscores its indispensability in waterproofing, construction, and surface applications. Its distinct grades, application methodologies, and packaging solutions collectively contribute to a robust offering within the construction materials landscape.

Specification of Bitumen QS1h

PROPETRY

MIN

MAX

TEST METHOD

Viscosity SSF , 25 °C (s)

20

100

ASTM D244

Viscosity SSF , 50 °C (s)

   

ASTM D244

Storage stability, 24h (%)

   

ASTM D6930

Demulcibility  , 0.02 N CaCl2 (%)

     

Cement mixing (%)

     

Sieve (%)

 

0.1

ASTM D6933

Residue by distillation (%)

57

 

ASTM D244

Residue penetration, 25 °C

40

90

ASTM D5

Residue ductility, 25 °C, 5cm/min (cm)

40

 

ASTM D113