Learn more about EZ Street cold asphalt pavement technology and performance below.
EZ Street Cold Asphalt is a mixture of asphalt, graded aggregates and polymer additives designed for the permanent restoration of asphalt or concrete.
The bituminous material shall be a liquid asphalt blend prepared from a base asphalt stock of either AC-5, AC-10 or AC-20 with an approved blending formula and shall meet the following requirements
Superfos Construction, United States, Inc., (SCUS) the fifth largest asphalt producer in the country recently conducted comparative tests between EZ Street Cold Asphalt and another high performance cold asphalt (Georgia).
This specification governs the Liquid Asphalt Blend utilized in the production of High Performance Patching Material.
Recent Licensee Laboratory Testing of EZ Street Cold Asphalt resulted in a 34% higher stability rating over other high performance asphalt patches on the market.
The attached PDF contains the results of Strength and Stability Testing of EZ Street polymer-modified cold asphalt. These tests of EZ Street cold asphalt were related to a Toronto Pearson International Airport Surfacing
EZ Street Asphalt and Georgia premium cold mix. Superfos Construction, United States, Inc., (SCUS) the fifth largest asphalt producer in the country recently conducted comparative tests between EZ Street Asphalt and another high performance cold asphalt (Georgia).
Nuna placed a 50 m long test section of Cold Asphalt surfacing at about km 310 of the Yellowknife Highway (NWT No. 3). Nuna reported that this surfacing was placed on October 27, 2009 and that the ambient air temperature was reportedly ‐6 °C. Please click on the technical brief for more information.
The attached PDF contains a technical breakdown of EZ Street cold asphalt from pre-production to installation.
Miami Dade Water and Sewer Department (MDWS), the third largest water and sewer district in the United States, responded to a major water main break on SW 211th Street that spanned all three east bound lanes.
Throughout the history of asphalt pavement surfacing, and in spite of the technological advancements for industry and products, there remains a singular issue that has proven to be difficult or virtually impossible to eliminate.