SC 800

General information of cutback bitumen SC-800

Cutback asphalt is an asphalt cement that has a solvent or distillate such as gasoline, diesel fuel, kerosene, or naphtha added to make the asphalt liquid at ambient temperatures and improve its ability to coat aggregates. Two letters followed by a numerical digit designate or name a cutback asphalt.
Cutback asphalt can contain between 12 and 40 percent distillate. The high demand for the distillates to be used in energy applications and ever-increasing air quality regulations have caused a steady decline in the use of cutback asphalt.
The SC liquid asphalt may be obtained by fluxing an asphalt cement with a less volatile distillate such as gas oil. The SC-70 and SC-250 grade cutback asphalts are very similar to residual refinery products that are used as heavy fuel oils such as bunker C or Number six fuel oils. These SC cutback materials, whether straight run or fluxed with a relatively non-volatile material such as gas oil, are also known as “road oils”.

Uses of cutback bitumen SC-800

Current common uses are in penetrating prime coats and in producing patching or stockpile mixtures. Cutback asphalt used in mixing with aggregate will usually contain an adhesion agent to assist in the coating of the aggregate surface.
Cutback agents are used to lower the viscosity of bitumen when it is applied as a primer to the surface of a road pavement aggregate base course or substrate. Kerosene is used as a bitumen cutback agent at different concentrations according to local conditions and requirements.
The cutback bitumen is ideal for prime coat and cold applied because of easy uses and no need to thinning and heating.
Cutback bitumen SC-800 consist of initial incorporation of asphalt into the surface of non-asphalt based course preparatory to any superimposed treatment of construction.
The cutback bitumen SC-800 applying to waterproofing of surfaces plug capillary voids, coat and bond loose mineral particles.

Packing of cutback bitumen SC-800

This cutback bitumen bulk in the tanker and also in new steel and thick drum on the pallet to prevent all leak inside of the container.

Safety of cutback bitumen SC-800

Refer to Safety Data sheets before use.
Transport, use and store at the lowest temperature possible.
Eliminate all potential ignition sources during application.
Avoid breathing vapors. Avoid contact with skin.
Always wear appropriate PPE including heat protection when used hot.
DO NOT allow product or washings to enter stormwater or sewer systems.

Guaranty/warranty of cutback asphalt SC800

jey pasargad guaranty the quality of cutback SC800 with arrangement of international inspector to check quality and quantity of the bitumen on each shipment during the loading to vessel and controlling the production by QC team via batch test report before shipping. jey pasargad guaranty the quality to meet with ASTM/EN15322:2009

Analysis of bitumen




Test Method

 Kinemalic 1 viscosity at 60°C, eSt



ASTM D2170

 Flash Point (Tag Open-Cup),°C


ASTM D1310

 Distillate test 2 :


 Distillate, percent by Volume of total 360°C

 To 190°C


 To 225°C


 To 260°C


 To 316°C




 Residue from distillation to 60°C:                      2000        16000

 Test on residue from distillation Penetration at
25°C,100g, 5 sec.



 Ductility 3 at 25°C, cm


ASTM D402 / ASTM D113

 Solubility in trichloroethylene, percent mass


ASTM D402 / ASTM D2024

 Water, percent volume




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