Bitumen Emulsion, Definition, Types, and Grade

 

Bitumen Emulsion

Bitumen emulsion is a liquefied type of  bitumen with a low viscosity.

By dispersing bitumen in water and adding an emulsifier, ordinary bitumen turns into a low viscosity liquid that can easily be used in a variety of applications, including repairing and maintaining roads, waterproofing, spraying, etc.

Emulsions make it easy to handle, store, transport, and apply bitumen at a lower temperature.

Since this type of bitumen is liquid, there is no need to heat it before application.

Moreover, applying bitumen emulsions using cold techniques reduces the consumption of energy and makes road construction environmentally friendlier.

Are you interested in learning more about bitumen emulsion? follow this article.

 

 

What is bitumen emulsion composition?

Bitumen emulsion is a combination of water and bitumen.

As the mixture of water and oily products quickly separate, a third component, known as emulsifier, is normally added to the mixture, in order to make it more stable.

Generally speaking, the amount of bitumen in the bitumen emulsion is 55 to 65%, the amount of water 35 to 45 % and the amount of emulsifiers should be a maximum 0.5% of bitumen emulsion’s weight.

Emulsifiers are used for making a mixture of water and oil dispersed in each other.

In addition to their ability to reduce the tension between oil and water molecules, emulsifiers have an electronic charge that affects the molecules of bitumen emulsion and lead to the categorization of it into Cationic and Anionic.

Cationic emulsifiers, for example, form a layer of positive charge around the bitumen droplets that prevent them from joining each other.

This makes bitumen dispersion in water more durable.

The electronic charge of bitumen emulsion decides on what kind of surface it should be used.

Some aggregates (such as marble aggregates) mix well with anionic bitumen emulsion and some others are a better solution to cationic bitumen emulsion (such as granite aggregates).


 
Bitumen Emulsions Cationic and Anionic

The difference between cationic and anionic bitumen emulsions

 

 

You might be wondering :


How is bitumen emulsion manufactured?


 
When you buy bitumen emulsion, you need to be familiar with types and grades

Bitumen emulsion is usually made using a colloid mill, which mixes bitumen with water and emulsifier. In this process, bitumen is milled into very small droplets that can easily suspend in the water.

 

With the addition of emulsifiers, bitumen droplets become more water friendly. Water droplets as well move closer to the tiny droplets of bitumen, making sure that the final bituminous product is stable enough.

In the manufacturing process, many factors such as droplets’ size, chemical addition, and the temperature of various components are accurately controlled.

The resulting bitumen has a consistent structure that makes it unique for various applications.


Different types of bitumen emulsion

Various emulsions are classified based on two main factors:

  • particles’ electrostatic charge
  • breaking or setting time

In an emulsion, if the particles’ charge is negative, the bitumen emulsion is called Anionic and introduces itself with the letter “A”. Otherwise, the bitumen is known as cationic and has the “C” letter.

The second grading system of bitumen emulsion is closely related to the application. When applied to a surface, bitumen emulsion must break and set.

Technically, breaking means the evaporation of water, which makes bitumen strong enough for sticking to aggregates and setting on the place of application.

The time that is needed for bitumen emulsion to lose water and behave like an ordinary bitumen, is called the reactivity rate.

This parameter determines whether the bitumen is rapid setting emulsion, medium setting emulsion, and slow setting emulsion.

When bitumen emulsion is applied to a surface, choosing the right setting type is crucial. As previously said, there exist three types of the bitumen based on the setting time.

The first one is rapid setting emulsion which sets quickly in contact with aggregates, therefore, it is highly used in low surface of roads, particularly chip seals and surface dressing.

The second type is medium setting emulsion which is used in premixing of bitumen emulsion and coarse aggregate, particularly open graded mixes.

The last one is slow setting emulsion which sets very slowly. That’s why it is suitable for being mixed with aggregates of high surface area.

Slow setting emulsion is the most stable type of emulsion and can be used in dense graded aggregate bases, slurry seals, and recycling asphalt.

Another factor that can affect the reactivity of bitumen emulsion is the temperature of the surface onto which it is applied.

In hot weather, evaporation of water can accelerate.  

Both cationic and anionic bitumen emulsions are categorized according to the setting time.

Look at the table below to find the various categories of bitumen emulsion and their globally standard names.

 Cationic EmulsionAnionic Emulsion

 

 

Rapid setting type (RS)

·CRS-1

·CRS-2

·CRS-1h

·K1-60

·K1-40

·K1-70

 

·RS-1

·RS-2

 

 

Medium setting type (MS)

·CMS-1

·CMS-2

·CMS-2h

·K2

·K3

·MS-1

·MS-2

·MS-2h

·HFMS-1

·HFMS-2

·HFMS-2h

·HFMS-2S   

 

Slow setting type (SS)

·CSS-1

·CSS-1h

·Modified CSS-1h

·SS-1

·SS-1h

·Modified SS-1h

An explanation of bitumen emulsion prefixes and suffixes

Several numbers and letters are used to describe the characteristics of the emulsions.

The number 1 or 2 indicates the viscosity of the emulsion, with the number 1 meaning lower viscosity and number 2 meaning higher viscosity.

The "h" indicates a harder base bitumen (lower penetration grade) like penetration grade 30/40, while the "s" indicates a softer base bitumen like penetration grade 80/100 that is suitable for mixing with sand aggregates. 

The HF prefix shows that the bitumen emulsion polymer emulsifying agent creates a gel structure in the bitumen residue.

The gel structure allows a thicker bitumen coating on the aggregate particles. This thicker film makes the surface more resistant to oxidation from exposure to the atmosphere.

Bitumen Emulsion grades and specifications

Bitumen emulsion is classified according to the international standards and their specifications through the bitumen standard tests are as follows:


 
Bitumen Emulsion CSS-1h Specification
Property Min Max Test Method
Viscosity, Saybolt Furol at 25 °C, SFS 20 100 ASTM D244
Storage stability test, 24-h, % 1 ASTM D6930
Particle charge test positive ASTM D244
Sieve test, % 0.1 ASTM D6933
Cement mixing test, % 2.0 ASTM D6935
Distillation:
Residue,% 57 ASTM D244
Tests on residue from distillation test:
Penetration, 25°C (77°F), 100 g, 5 s 40 90 ASTM D5
Ductility, 25°C (77°F), 5 cm/min, cm 40 ASTM D113
Solubility in trichloroethylene, % 97.5 ASTM D2042
Bitumen Emulsion CMS-2 Specification
Property Min Max Test Method
Viscosity, Saybolt Furol at 50 °C, SFS 50 450 ASTM D244
Storage stability test, 24-h, % 1 ASTM D6930
Coating ability and water resistance:
Coating, dry aggregate Good ASTM D244
Coating, after spraying Fair ASTM D244
Coating, wet aggregate Fair ASTM D244
Coating, after spraying Fair ASTM D244
Particle charge test Positive ASTM D244
Sieve test, % 0.1 ASTM D6933
Distillation:
Oil distillate, by volume of emulsion, % 12 ASTM D6997
Residue, % 65 ASTM D244
Tests on residue from distillation test:
Penetration, 25°C (77°F), 100 g, 5 s 100 250 ASTM D5
Ductility, 25°C (77°F), 5 cm/min, cm 40 ASTM D113
Solubility in trichloroethylene, % 97.5  ASTM D2042
 Bitumen Emulsion CMS-2h Specification
PropertyMinMaxTest Method
Viscosity, Saybolt Furol at 50 °C, SFS40450ASTM D244
Storage stability test, 24-h, %1ASTM D6930
Coating ability and water resistance:
Coating, dry aggregateGood ASTM D244
Coating, after sprayingFair ASTM D244
Coating, wet aggregateFair ASTM D244
Coating, after sprayingFair ASTM D244
Particle charge testPositiveASTM D244
Sieve test, %0.1ASTM D6933
Distillation:
Oil distillate, by volume of emulsion, %12ASTM D6997
Residue, %65ASTM D244
Tests on residue from distillation test:
Penetration, 25°C (77°F), 100 g, 5 s4090ASTM D5
Ductility, 25°C (77°F), 5 cm/min, cm40ASTM D113
Solubility in trichloroethylene, %97.5 ASTM D2042
 Bitumen Emulsion CMS-2h Specification
PropertyMinMaxTest Method
Viscosity, Saybolt Furol at 50 °C, SFS40450ASTM D244
Storage stability test, 24-h, %1ASTM D6930
Coating ability and water resistance:
Coating, dry aggregateGood ASTM D244
Coating, after sprayingFair ASTM D244
Coating, wet aggregateFair ASTM D244
Coating, after sprayingFair ASTM D244
Particle charge testPositiveASTM D244
Sieve test, %0.1ASTM D6933
Distillation:
Oil distillate, by volume of emulsion, %12ASTM D6997
Residue, %65ASTM D244
Tests on residue from distillation test:
Penetration, 25°C (77°F), 100 g, 5 s4090ASTM D5
Ductility, 25°C (77°F), 5 cm/min, cm40ASTM D113
Solubility in trichloroethylene, %97.5 ASTM D2042
Bitumen Emulsion CRS-2 Specification
PropertyMinMaxTest Method
Viscosity, Saybolt Furol at 25 °C, SFS100400ASTM D244
Storage stability test, 24-h, %1ASTM D6930
Demulsibility, 35 mL, 0.8 % dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate, %40ASTM D6936
Coating ability and water resistance:
Particle charge testPositiveASTM D244
Sieve test, %0.1ASTM D6933
Distillation : 
Oil distillate, by volume of emulsion, %3ASTM D6997
Residue, %65ASTM D244
Tests on residue from distillation test:
Penetration, 25°C (77°F), 100 g, 5 s100250ASTM D5
Ductility, 25°C (77°F), 5 cm/min, cm40ASTM D113
Solubility in trichloroethylene, %97.5ASTM D2042
 Bitumen Emulsion SS-1 Specification
PropertyMinMaxTest Method
Viscosity SSF, 25 °C (s)20100ASTM D244
Viscosity SSF, 50 °C (s) —ASTM D244
Storage stability, 24 h (%)  —1ASTM D6930
Demulcibility  , 0.02 N CaCl2 (%) — 
Cement mixing (%) 2 
Sieve (%)0.1ASTM D6933
Residue (%)57ASTM-D244
Solubility in trichloroethylene %97.5 ASTM D2042
Penetration 77°F (25°C) 100g,5s mm100200ASTM D5
ductility, 77°F (25 °C), 5cm/min (cm)40 ASTM D113
 Bitumen Emulsion SS-1h Specification
PropertyMinMaxTest Method
Viscosity SSF , 25 °C (s)20100ASTM D244
Viscosity SSF, 50 °C (s) —ASTM D244
Storage stability, 24 h (%)  —1ASTM D6930
Cement mixing (%) 2 
Sieve (%)0.1ASTM D6933
Residue (%)57ASTM-D244
Solubility in trichloroethylene %97.5 ASTM D2042
Penetration 77°F (25°C)4090ASTM D5
ductility, 77°F (25 °C), 5cm/min (cm)40 ASTM D113
Bitumen Emulsion RS-1 Specification
PropertyMinMaxTest Method
Viscosity SSF, 25 °C (s)20100ASTM D244
Storage stability, 24h (%)1ASTM D6930
Demulcibility  , 35ml, 8% dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate, % 60ASTM D6936
Particle charge testMinus ASTM D244
Sieve (%)0.1ASTM D6933
Residue by distillation (%)55 —ASTM D244
Residue penetration, 25 °C100200ASTM D5
Solubility in trichloroethylene %97.5ASTM D2042
Residue ductility, 25 °C, 5cm/min (cm)40ASTM D113
Bitumen Emulsion RS-2 Specification
PropertyMinMaxTest Method
Viscosity SSF, 25 °C (s)20100ASTM D244
Storage stability, 24h (%)1ASTM D6930
Demulcibility  , 35ml, 8% dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate, % 60ASTM D6936
Particle charge testMinus ASTM D244
Sieve (%)0.1ASTM D6933
Residue by distillation (%)63 —ASTM D244
Residue penetration, 25 °C100200ASTM D5
Solubility in trichloroethylene %97.5ASTM D2042
Residue ductility, 25 °C, 5cm/min (cm)40ASTM D113
Bitumen Emulsion MS-2 Specification
PropertyMinMaxTest Method
Viscosity SSF, 25 °C (s)20100ASTM D244
Storage stability, 24h (%)1ASTM D6930
Particle charge testMinus ASTM D244
Sieve (%)0.1ASTM D6933
Residue by distillation (%)65 —ASTM D244
Residue penetration, 25 °C100200ASTM D5
Solubility in trichloroethylene %97.5ASTM D2042
Residue ductility, 25 °C, 5cm/min (cm)40ASTM D113
Bitumen Emulsion MS-2h Specification
PropertyMinMaxTest Method
Viscosity SSF, 25 °C (s)20100ASTM D244
Storage stability, 24h (%)1ASTM D6930
Particle charge testMinus ASTM D244
Sieve (%)0.1ASTM D6933
Residue by distillation (%)65 —ASTM D244
Residue penetration, 25 °C4090ASTM D5
Solubility in trichloroethylene %97.5ASTM D2042
Residue ductility, 25 °C, 5cm/min (cm)40ASTM D113
Bitumen Emulsion HFMS-1 Specification
PropertyMinMaxTest Method
Viscosity, Saybolt Furol at 25 °C, SFS20100ASTM D244
Storage stability, 24h (%)1ASTM D6930
Particle charge test  Minus ASTM D6936
Sieve (%) —0.1ASTM D6933
Residue by distillation (%)55ASTM D244
Residue penetration, 25 °C100200ASTM D5
Residue ductility, 25 °C, 5cm/min (cm)40 —ASTM D113
Solubility in trichloroethylene %97.5ASTM D2042
Float of residue. 60 °C (s)1200ASTM D139
Bitumen Emulsion HFMS-2 Specification
PropertyMinMaxTest Method
Viscosity, Saybolt Furol at 25 °C, SFS100ASTM D244
Storage stability, 24h (%)1ASTM D6930
Particle charge test  Minus ASTM D6936
Sieve (%) —0.1ASTM D6933
Residue by distillation (%)65ASTM D244
Residue penetration, 25 °C100200ASTM D5
Residue ductility, 25 °C, 5cm/min (cm)40 —ASTM D113
Solubility in trichloroethylene %97.5ASTM D2042
Float of residue. 60 °C (s)1200ASTM D139
Bitumen Emulsion HFMS-2s Specification
PropertyMinMaxTest Method
Viscosity, Saybolt Furol at 25 °C, SFS50ASTM D244
Storage stability, 24h (%)1ASTM D6930
Particle charge test  Minus ASTM D6936
Sieve (%) —0.1ASTM D6933
Residue by distillation (%)65ASTM D244
Solvents, by volume of emulsion17ASTM D6997
Residue penetration, 25 °C200ASTM D5
Residue ductility, 25 °C, 5cm/min (cm)40 —ASTM D113
Solubility in trichloroethylene %97.5ASTM D2042
Float of residue. 60 °C (s)1200ASTM D139
Bitumen Emulsion HFMS-2h Specification
PropertyMinMaxTest Method
Viscosity, Saybolt Furol at 25 °C, SFS100ASTM D244
Storage stability, 24h (%)1ASTM D6930
Particle charge test  Minus ASTM D6936
Sieve (%) —0.1ASTM D6933
Residue by distillation (%)65ASTM D244
Residue penetration, 25 °C4090ASTM D5
Residue ductility, 25 °C, 5cm/min (cm)40 —ASTM D113
Solubility in trichloroethylene %97.5ASTM D2042
Float of residue. 60 °C (s)1200ASTM D139
Bitumen Emulsion HFRS-2 Specification
PropertyMinMaxTest Method
Viscosity, Saybolt Furol at 25 °C, SFS20100ASTM D244
Storage stability, 24h (%)1ASTM D6930
Particle charge test  Minus ASTM D6936
Sieve (%) —0.1ASTM D6933
Demulcibility  , 35ml, 8% dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate, % 60 —ASTM D6933
Residue by distillation (%)63ASTM D244
Residue penetration, 25 °C100200ASTM D5
Residue ductility, 25 °C, 5cm/min (cm)40 —ASTM D113
Float of residue. 60 °C (s)1200ASTM D139
Bitumen Emulsion K160 Specification
Property Min Max Test Method
Viscosity, Saybolt Furol at 50 °C, SFS 20 100 ASTM D7496
Storage stability test, 24-h, % 1 ASTM D6930
Demulsibility, 35 mL, 8% dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate,% 40 ASTM D6936
Particle charge test Positive ASTM D244
Sieve test, %  0.1 ASTM D6933
Distillation
Solvents, by volume of emulsion, % 3 ASTM D6997
Residue, % 60 ASTM D6997
test on residue from distillation
Penetration, 25°C (77°F), 100 g, 5 s 100 250 ASTM D5
Ductility, 25°C (77°F), 5 cm/min, cm 40 ASTM D113
Solubility in trichloroethylene, % 97.5 ASTM D2042
Bitumen Emulsion K170 Specification
Property Min Max Test Method
Viscosity, Saybolt Furol at 50 °C, SFS 20 ASTM D7496
Storage stability test, 24-h, % 1 ASTM D6930
Particle charge test Positive ASTM D244
Sieve test, %  0.1 ASTM D6933
Distillation
Oil distillate, by volume of emulsion, % 4 ASTM D6997
Residue, % 67 ASTM D6997
test on residue from distillation
Penetration, 25°C (77°F), 100 g, 5 s 60 250 ASTM D5
Ductility, 25°C (77°F), 5 cm/min, cm 20 ASTM D113
Solubility in trichloroethylene, % 97.5 ASTM D2042

 

What factors are important in grading bitumen emulsion?


 

Bitumen Emulsion application

In the early 20th century, bitumen emulsions were used mainly for spray applications, but nowadays they are also used for mixing and spraying in road construction and road maintenance.

This type of bitumen is used in various methods of road construction including tack coats, chip seals, slurry seals and micro surfacing.

More details about bitumen emulsion application are presented in the following.

  • Tack Coat:

Bitumen emulsion especially CRS-1 and CRS-2 are the best choice for tack coats between layers of asphalt pavement.

They can be used to heavily improve the strength and fatigue life of asphalt pavement at a very low cost and it's better to know that the use of cut back bitumen has been avoided.

For running tack coats, the best temperature is 10 to 15 degrees Celsius.

  • Chip Seals:

It is possible to use bitumen emulsion to renovate and waterproof old roads.

Chip seals are one of the most cost-effective methods of pavement preservation, since they protect underlying pavement from oxidation and aging.

Generally speaking, chip seals are typically used on rural roads carrying lower traffic volumes.

  • Slurry Seals:

In order to give a uniform texture to roads, engineers use slurry seals.

This mixture of bitumen emulsion, aggregates and mineral fillers is sprayed on the pavement to seal it and make the surface weather-resistant.

Slurry sealing is also used in the maintenance of asphalt pavements and it helps to reduce road surface damage due to bitumen oxidation, but cannot increase its structural strength.

  • Micro Surfacing:

Micro surface is another form of slurry in road construction, which is composed of polymer modified bitumen emulsion.

The existence of dense-graded aggregates in this mixture makes it stronger and more durable than a slurry seal.

A specialized machine is used to apply the mixture on existing pavements, which carries all components and mixes them on-site. The mixture is then spread onto the road surface.

Must read: A review of different types of bitumen used for road construction

Advantages of Bitumen Emulsion to cut back

These bitumen emulsions are used in road constructions as a substitute for cut back bitumen and perform all the functions that cut back bitumen can perform.

  • Bitumen emulsions are more economical than cutback bitumens. Because in most cases bitumen emulsions contain 60% bitumen and 40% water, while cut back bitumen contain 70% bitumen and 30% petroleum solvents  such as kerosene, naphtha, diesel oil, etc. It is obvious that 40% water costs lower than 30% petroleum solvent.
  • In comparison with cut back bitumen, it is not flammable.
  • As emulsion mixes do not require hot mixing, the strength properties of bitumen are preserved. Cold mixing or only slightly heating of the emulsion ingredients is usually done for the construction of the pavement.
  • Emulsions can be applied even when it’s raining in wet weather.
  • Emulsions with lower viscosities are more spreadable and allow for better bitumen coating on aggregate surfaces.
  • There is no waste in laying and storing.
  • Compared to all building materials, it requires little or no energy to heat.

Disadvantages of Bitumen Emulsion

Since bitumen emulsions are a type of soluble bitumen, they can have disadvantages based on the solvent.

If it is soap or water based, it has no disadvantages, only its price is higher, when the mixture is poured on the ground, the water evaporates and the bitumen sticks as a binder.

But if it is based on gasoline solvent, when it evaporates, toxic substances such as sulfur remain in the environment, which causes diseases such as cancer.

Sometimes, in a long-term storage condition or when temperature changes are large, it may become two-phase and frangible.

Bitumen emulsion standard

In the US, two central institutions have defined and standardized bitumen emulsion classifications:

  • The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) 
  • The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)

There are societies and institutions throughout the world that have standardized how bitumen emulsions are classified, identified, and tested. 

These foreign institutions look up to AASHTO and ASTM and adapt their findings to the local context.

For example, in Brazil, the Brazilian Association of Technical Standards is the organization that is responsible for standardizing testing and classifications for all types of materials. Like emulsions, they adapt quality standards set by the American institutions to the reality of Brazil.

Sample of several bitumen emulsion standards are as follow:

  • American standards :
    • Anionic Emulsion: ASTM D977 , AASHTO M140
    • Cationic Emulsion: ASTM D2397, AASHTO M208
  • En 12597
  • IS 3117 (2004)
  • BSI 434-2 (2006)

Bitumen Emulsion Packaging

Bitumen Emulsion is packed in barrels that is different from new steel drums in thickness, dimensions and color.

This type of barrels are same as oil barrels that has the volume of 42 US gallons and is equal to 159 liters.

Other types of bitumen packing is not suitable for bitumen emulsion.


 
Are there any polymer- modified bitumen emulsion?

Yes. Altogether, there are different components like polymers, latex, acids and other materials that can be added to a bitumen emulsion to enhance its resistance at higher temperatures and make it stronger and more resistant to fatigue and rutting .
Are Bitumen Emulsions environmentally friendly?

Yes. Water is used to dilute bitumen emulsions which is an environmentally friendly solvent. Contrary to hydrocarbon solvents, which are harmful to the environment when used to dilute cutback bitumens.
How do we know that the bitumen emulsion has deteriorated?

It may take a few months after the purchase of bitumen to see if the bitumen has cracked. If the emulsion breaks, you will see the water and the bitumen separate.
Is it better to use bitumen emulsion or cut back bitumen?

It is better to use bitumen emulsions. It is more economical and easier to use and it is less dangerous than cutback bitumens.
What is the most important factor in testing bitumen emulsion?

The most important factor in bitumen emulsion testing is the percentage of bitumen. It directly affects the viscosity of bitumen emulsion.
What is the difference between ordinary bitumen and bitumen emulsion?

Bitumen emulsion is a chemical combination of bitumen, water, and an emulsifying agent. This liquefied bitumen is more efficient than ordinary bitumen for road construction, particularly at a lower temperature. With a lower viscosity in comparison to ordinary bitumen, this type of binder doesn’t need to be heated before being applied to the surface.
Do bitumen emulsions require any special maintenance?

Yes. Often, one of the main problems in the storage of bitumen emulsion is the storage environment. It should not be in contact with air. Neither should the tank be allowed to freeze. The type of tank that is used is also an important factor. Vertical tanks are superior to horizontal tanks because they minimize the surface area exposed to air. Horizontal tanks are acceptable but not recommended because they expose the emulsion to air at its surface. Also, prevent water and other foreign materials from getting into the bitumen storage tanks and maintain the quality and homogeneity of the mixture.
What is the exact function of emulsifiers?

Emulsifiers make emulsification easier by reducing the interfacial tension between the bitumen and water. It also stabilizes the emulsion by preventing the coalescence of droplets.
Which types of bitumen emulsion are most in demand?

CSS-1, RS-1, RS-2, CRS-1, K1-60 and K1-70 are the most demanding bitumen emulsions . East Asia has the highest demand for CSS-1 and CRS-1 , while Africa, Qatar, and the Persian Gulf countries have the highest demand for K1-60 and K1-70 bitumen emulsions.
What is non-ionic bitumen emulsion?

In this type of bitumen emulsion, Bentonite can be used as a mineral emulsifier. This non-ionic bitumen emulsion is not very common in road construction.

 

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