Asphalt Pavement Rejuvenation
Hi-Lite uses RejuvaSeal®, manufactured by PRI, a revolutionary three in one treatment that seals, protects and revitalizes asphalt pavement. It is designed to penetrate the surface to restore the binder properties and slow the effects associated with asphalt aging.
From the day it is placed, asphalt pavements begin to deteriorate to the point that it loses its structural capabilities. RejuvaSeal works by penetrating pavement surfaces and restoring the chemical imbalances found in aging asphalt. This process dramatically reduces viscosity and brittleness while increasing ductility and flexibility.
In addition to its ability to rejuvenate, RejuvaSeal is a very effective sealer. The capability to penetrate gives RejuvaSeal unique sealing characteristics. Asphalt surfaces treated with RejuvaSeal are fuel, water, and chemical resistant.
RejuvaSeal is durable. During thermal cycles, RejuvaSeal contracts and expands at the same rate as the asphalt. In comparison, coal-tar emulsions and other seal coats simply lay on the surface. They undergo a markedly differing expansion and contraction rate from the asphalt. This eventually leads to cracking, pin-holing, and delaminating. RejuvaSeal does not suffer from these problems; through penetration, it becomes an integral part of the asphalt.
RejuvaSeal should be applied to pavements before they begin to show the deleterious signs of age. The sooner the aging process is arrested, the easier and less expensive it will be to maintain the pavement. Application of RejuvaSeal every four to five years will not only extend the life of the asphalt pavement indefinitely, but can reduce the life-cycle cost by sixty-seven percent or more.
Independent test results confirm that RejuvaSeal is at the forefront of pavement preservation. Hi-Lite and RejuvaSeal provide a cost effective solution that extends the life of asphalt pavements.
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Download the RejuvaSeal Brochure (1.3mb PDF)
Download the FAA Item P-632 Specification