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Polymer-Modified Asphalt Cements

Polymer-modified asphalt cements (PMA) have been used for many years to reduce the amount of severity of distress and extend the service life of hot mix asphalt pavements and overlays. McAsphalt offers the industry’s most advanced line of PMA, designed to maximize the beneficial effects of the binder on permanent deformation, fatigue and low-temperature cracking within your environmental and traffic conditions.

Benefits of PMA include:

Safety Data Sheets

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SDS – Asphalt Cements – Performance Graded (PG)
SDS – Polymer Modified Asphalt Cement

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