The February issue of AsphaltPro Magazine highlights Road Science’s micro surfacing expertise in the article “How to Micro Surface.” In it, Pat Denney, Micro Surfacing Manager, Road Science, discusses what micro surfacing is, best practices associated with materials handling and application, and how to troubleshoot common issues.
Road Science, a Division of ArrMaz, is pleased to announce that it recently successfully completed a comprehensive American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) On-Site Assessment and Quality Management System Evaluation of its research and development and customer support laboratory in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Road Science, a Division of ArrMaz, announced today that it will increase prices on several asphalt additives and emulsifiers by up to 6.4%, or as current contracts permit. The new prices will go into effect for shipments on or after April 1, 2019.
Road Science, a Division of ArrMaz, today launched a new line of innovative ArrTekk emulsifiers formulated to make chip seal construction, a popular road preservation technique, more efficient and cost-effective for state agencies, emulsion producers, paving contractors and the motoring public.
Some blended fertilizers may be prone to an undesired chemical process: deliquescence. Deliquescence typically becomes an issue when fertilizer granules are transported or as they are applied to the soil at the farm. This undesired moisture uptake negatively affects the economics of both the companies handling these fertilizers and the growers using them.