Granulated cellulose fibres are used as a stabiliser to prevent the runoff of bitumen and its uniform distribution in order to achieve the formation of a thick, homogeneous film around the aggregates/aggregates in mixtures with binder endowments greater than the specific surface of the aggregates can support.
In draining, discontinuous and dense mixtures, the use of the fibres is intended for the subjection and distribution of the binder. In the case of mixtures of the SMA type, drainage and continuous granulometry as a support for the incorporation of rheology modifying additives.
- Stabilizer as a system to prevent runoff in the mixture exudations in the pavement.
- Uniform mastic for the formation of a three-dimensional mesh, obtaining a thick and homogeneous film around the aggregates.
- Improvement of conventional and modified bitumens.
- Low apparent density and compatible with binders.
- Fibers improve the incorporation of rheology modifying additives.
- Use of binder endowments greater than the specific surface can support.
- Use in all types of mixtures, SMA, drainage, continuous and discontinuous granulometry.
- Durable, high-performance blends.
- Improved resistance to fatigue and cracking.