Nurphalt, is a cold asphalt and is a guaranteed pothole patching material. It is a special blend of asphaltic polymer adhesives and carefully graded aggregates. It is not just a pothole patch but is guaranteed pothole repair. It will remain in the repaired areas in the same condition as when the initial repair was done. It will not rut, ravel or shove in the repaired area. Requires no mixing or heating. It can be used to permanently patch when the surface temperatures are as low as -40° or as high as 168° Fahrenheit. It can be used to permanently patch when the surface temperatures are as low as -40° or as high as 168° Fahrenheit. It can apply with any equipment and skilled person. It will not shrink after it cures. It is a rapid cure patching material offered by other manufacturer. It has a shelf life of one year from the date of purchase. It is for asphalt or concrete pavement repair regardless of the weather condition.
It can be used as a permanent patch on crack or broken areas of any size, shape or depth in concrete on
Nurphalt (Cold Asphalt) is the easiest and most economical permanent pothole repair system available: No mixing or heating–ready to use. No special equipment needed–just use a broom and shovel. No cutting or priming of hole or crack. Adheres to asphalt, concrete or masonry surfaces, not tires.
Nurphalt (Cold Asphalt) is the only rapid-curing asphaltic concrete patching material in existence. It will rapidly achieve a very high stability and in-place allowing a repair to be made in an unconfined area. There will be no shoving, rutting or migrating in the patched area.
It is non-hazardous and has a neutral PH, containing no acids allowing for permanent patching to be done on concrete areas. It can be used to on when temperature are as low as -40˚ or as high as 168˚ Fahrenheit without the addition of any tack oil or bonding agent. It is NON-HAZARDOUS, NON-CAUSTIC and NON-FLAMMABLE.
Nurphalt (Cold Asphalt) is supplied in 25Kg Pails/Bags.
Reinstatements requiring up to 60mm / 2.36in in depth can be achieved by using the layer-on-layer method.