Aquaphalt A Waterproof Concrete Alternative to the Traditional Pavement

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Aquaphalt is a waterproof concrete alternative to the traditional pavement. It is a cold mix asphalt that is quick and easy to apply and doesn’t require specialized equipment. The binder remains flexible so it can withstand freeze-thaw cycles and deicing salts without cracking.

Aquaphalt can be applied in any weather, even in standing water. It will harden within 2 hours, allowing for same day traffic use or vehicle parking. Aquaphalt dries black and features a 50/50 blend of recycled asphalt millings and recycled polymers.

Aquaphalt is self-adhesive and can be applied using a squeegee or sprayer. An application thickness of 1/8” is recommended, which can be increased up to 3/4” without affecting the product’s performance. Since it doesn’t require heat or flame for application, Aquaphalt reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 90%.

Aquaphalt is an environmentally friendly product that does not damage our planet’s ozone layer or contribute to global warming. It saves significant time when compared to traditional methods of repairing potholes. It has been used in road repairs across the country since 2003. Aquaphalt is available at over 200 locations in the United States

For years, concrete has been the material of choice for paving projects. The concrete industry has been so successful at insuring this, that they have even gone as far as to suggest that no other material is comparable with concrete and that “nothing else performs like concrete”.

While we have nothing against the traditional pavement, we think it’s time to give credit where credit is due. We know that there are alternatives to the traditional pavement, and Aquaphalt is one of them.

In fact, Aquaphalt offers something that the traditional pavement does not: a waterproofing sealer!

Aquaphalt is not only environmentally friendly; it’s also durable, versatile, and cost-effective.

The asphalt pavement is the most commonly used type of pavement. This type of pavement is a mixture of aggregate and asphalt binder. Asphalt binder is a petroleum product that accounts for about 5 percent of the total weight of the mix. The use of asphalt binder in pavement has been known to be harmful to the environment because it is a non-renewable material. The use of this petroleum product has also been known to contribute to global warming by releasing greenhouse gases. Aquaphalt is an alternative to traditional asphalt pavement due to its ability to reduce or eliminate the need for petroleum based products.

Aquaphalt is a non-toxic, environmentally friendly, water-based material that can be used as an alternative to traditional asphalt. The product uses water as a binding agent and does not contain any harmful chemicals or materials that can harm the environment. Aquaphalt can also be used on concrete surfaces and other porous surfaces such as gravel and crushed stone.

Aquaphalt is an innovative new product that has been designed and developed by the University of California at Berkeley (UC Berkeley). The product is a waterless concrete alternative that offers superior performance compared with conventional asphalt mixes. Aquaphalt is a versatile, environmentally friendly, cost-effective solution for all

In the case of concrete, it’s a common problem that can be easily fixed.

Concrete is a porous surface. This means that water and other liquids are able to seep through the surface, which could lead to erosion. Concrete surfaces tend to widen over time due to the erosive properties of liquids and weather conditions. In order to preserve your concrete pavement, you must waterproof it with a concrete sealant or another alternative that stops water from penetrating the surface.

With Aquaphalt, you don’t have to worry about repairing your driveway or parking lot every year. As a permanent patch and repair material for asphalt and concrete roads and surfaces, Aquaphalt provides an environmentally-friendly solution that extends your pavement life cycle by preventing further damage and increasing stability.

Aquaphalt is made up of three different parts: asphalt emulsion, aggregate blend, and mineral fillers. The unique combination of these ingredients makes Aquaphalt a permanent solution for repairing potholes and cracks on asphalt and concrete roads without being susceptible to erosion from oils, solvents, or harsh weather conditions. The formula also remains flexible in winter conditions as well as hot temperatures so you will never have to worry about making repairs when it’s raining

Aquaphalt from AquaPave is an easy-to-apply, permanent asphalt repair material for use in repairing potholes, utility cuts and cracks.

Aquaphalt is a cold patch asphalt that does not require any heating or mixing before application. Aquaphalt is activated by water and bonds permanently to most surfaces including concrete and asphalt.

“I used your Aquaphalt to patch a hole in our driveway this past weekend. It was so easy to use – no mixing, nothing to heat up. I just cleaned the area, removed any loose pieces of concrete and poured this asphalt patch right into the hole. We ended up pouring about 3 inches thick and it dried perfectly! It looks great!”

– Jennifer B., New Jersey

Aquaphalt is the first pre-mixed, permanent, environmentally friendly asphalt patch that can be applied in water. Aquaphalt is a revolutionary, high performance, flexible, reactive cold mix asphalt repair material that is capable of producing repairs which exceed the requirements of ASTM-D-3393 under any weather condition. Aquaphalt’s unique green chemistry ensures that it bonds tenaciously to almost any surface including concrete, brick, wood, asphalt and steel. It can be used for permanent repairs in wet or dry conditions and even on wet pavement.

Aquaphalt uses specially formulated organic resins to bond the aggregate and permanently seal cracks and potholes. Aquaphath cures not by evaporation but by an exothermic reaction that generates heat as the product cures. The result is a permanent repair on both horizontal and vertical surfaces. The product will cure in all weather conditions and will deliver a long term solution for your pothole or crack repairs.

Aquaphalt is a low temperature asphalt alternative that works in any condition – wet or dry, cold or hot – to repair potholes and cracks in pavement. Unlike other asphalt repair products available today, Aquaphalt permanently repair potholes, fill cracks, resist further damage from

Aquaphalt is an environmentally friendly, permanent solution to repair potholes, utility cuts, overlays and edge repairs in asphalt or concrete. Aquaphalt can be applied in any weather, even in standing water. The product is used by federal and state DOT’s for road maintenance and emergency repair of roads, bridges and highways.


Aquaphalt can be applied as a hot or cold patching material to effectively repair cracks, potholes, utility cuts and other surface defects on asphalt or concrete pavements. The unique formulation of the Aquaphalt typically begins to set within minutes after application – with no special tools required for the job. Unlike traditional hot asphalt patching materials, Aquaphalt does not require a tack coat prior to application – saving time and money for contractors.

In addition to its quick-setting properties, Aquaphalt also features superior strength compared to traditional cold patch products – as well as being waterproof! These two key factors make it an ideal product for repairing pot holes in parking lots or streets during the wet months of winter. (Check out this video showing what happened when one city conducted a test comparing Aquaphalt with a leading Cold Patch product.)

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