Durable pavement for Steel Decks. History. late 1950s Shell Oil develops jet fuel and hydraulic oil resistant paving for airport taxiways. 1966 Caltrans uses Epoxy Asphalt on San Mateo- Hayward Bridge (in use). 1976 Bay Bridge 18mm overlay on lightweight concrete (in use).
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--5th generation product used for the first time
“Epoxy Asphalt has a fatigue life of 2 to 3 orders
of magnitude greater than the PG76-22 I-5 mix…”.
--Rutgers University study
High Temperature bond performance
FHWA OECD Long Lived Pavement Study
Turner Fairbanks Highway Research Center
“Epoxy Asphalt concrete has shown excellent performance including anti-cracking feature
under low temperature, stability under high temperatures and oil-corrosion resistance.…”
--W. Wang, Chang’an University
“The superior oxidation resistance of the epoxy asphalt
material was even more obvious in the Cantabro tests…”
--Transit New Zealand—OECD report
Dense graded mix, ½” (12mm) minus
Longitudinal stiffenerO-T Deck Pavement Stressfrom wheel load deflection
Fatigue test specimen
with 3 pt. dynamic load
on 300 mm center
Thuan Phuoc Bridge
DaNang, Viet Nam