Polymer Modified Bitumen

Polymer Modified Bitumen

Introduction

Polymer Modified Bitumen is perfect for modern infrastructure and construction, the role of advanced materials cannot be overstated. One such remarkable material that has revolutionized the way we build and maintain roads, roofs, and waterproofing systems .

Application of Polymer Modified Bitumen

Road Construction

Due to its superior properties, PMB finds widespread use in road construction projects. For instance, it significantly improves the durability and longevity of asphalt pavements, thereby enhancing their resistance to rutting, cracking, and deformation.

Roofing Industry

It is a preferred choice for waterproofing flat roofs and structures. Its excellent adhesion properties create a seamless barrier against water ingress, protecting buildings from leaks and moisture damage. 

Advantages of Asphalt PMB

Improved Durability and Performance 

Asphalt PMB significantly boosts its durability, making it exceptionally well-suited for demanding applications and harsh environmental conditions. Firstly, this modification protects the PMB from chemical degradation, secondly, ensuring its long-term performance and reliability.

Versatility
 It is versatile and can be customized to meet specific project requirements, offering flexibility in formulation and application methods.

Environmental Benefits: By enhancing the lifespan of infrastructure, PMB contributes to sustainability efforts by reducing the need for frequent repairs and replacements.

Pricing of Polymer Modified Bitumen

At Baekim, we offer competitive pricing for our premium PMB products. Our pricing structure is transparent and tailored to meet the needs of contractors, developers, and infrastructure projects of all sizes.  performance.

Handling 

It should be handled with care to avoid spills and exposure to extreme temperature

Storage and Packaging

Proper packaging and storage are essential aspects of ensuring the quality and effectiveness of PMB products. Our team adheres to industry best practices to maintain product integrity throughout the supply chain. Typically stored in sealed containers or tanks to prevent contamination and degradation.

It should be handled with care to avoid spills and exposure to extreme temperatures.

Specification of Polymer Modified Bitumen

No.

Designation

Grades & Requirements

Test Method

PMB 120

PMB 70

PMB 40

1

Penetration at 25 °C

90-150

50-90

30-50

IS 1203-1978

2

Softening point, ( R & B ), C Min.

50

55

60

IS 1205-1978

3

Elastic recovery of half thread in

Ductilometer at 15 °C, % Min.

70

70

70

IS 15462-2004

4

Flash point °C Min.

220

220

220

IS 1209-1978

5

Separation difference in softening
point, ( R & B ) °C Max.

3

3

3

IS 15462-2004

6

Thin Film Oven Test (TFOT) on residue

 

a). Reduction in Penetration of residue at 25 °C, Min. % of original

35

35

35

IS 1203 – 1978