SB150 Pavement Coatings
Bonds permanently when mixed with StreetBond® SB150 Pavement Coating Part B and StreetBond® Colorant to asphalt surfaces to provide both an enduring, aesthetic finish as well as a low-maintenance surface that helps protect and extend the life of the pavement. (brochure here). Developed for use over imprinted or flat asphalt, StreetBond® SB150 Pavement Coating Part A, when mixed with StreetBond® SB150 Pavement Coating Part B and StreetBond® Colorant, can be applied to crosswalks, parking lots, medians, traffic circles, pedestrian areas, driveways, streetscapes, and more!
Benefits of SB150 Pavement Coating
- Flexible: Works with the normal expansion and contraction of asphalt surfaces and will not peel, delaminate, or shrink-crack
- Durable: StreetBond® SB150 Pavement Coating is tough enough to withstand traffic wear, highly resistant to water damage
- Environmentally Responsible: Coating is non-toxic, fully recyclable, and water-based; it has very low (VOC) and meets (SCAQMD)
- Chemical Resistant: Resistant to damage and deterioration when exposed to fuel, engine oil, and deicing agents
- Color Stability: Incorporates UV-stable pigments that are fade-resistant when exposed to harsh sunlight, (color guide here)
- Friction: Excellent friction properties, resulting in slip- and skid-resistant colored pavement surfaces that exceed all requirements
The wide variety of brick, cobblestone, and slate stamped asphalt patterns used to create the impressions are made from a specially woven and swaged steel wire rope that is flexible, yet durable enough to withstand the rigors of the compaction equipment used to drive the templates into a hot asphalt surface. After stamping, all imprinted surfaces should be coated with StreetBond® Pavement Coating to preserve and protect the asphalt surface
After stamping, all imprinted surfaces should be coated with StreetBond® Pavement Coating to preserve and protect the asphalt surface.
Standard templates are always the most economical and efficient solution, but if the customer or project requires a custom solution, custom templates are available. Please note that custom templates are subject to design and jig fees. Installation and manufacturing processes place some limitations on what can and cannot be done, and on what looks aesthetically pleasing.
When welds are closer or spanning farther than recommended, a number of problems can occur with welding difficulties, dense/heavy templates, or flimsy, non-rigid templates. The spacing between the welds should be a minimum of 3″ (76 mm) apart, and a maximum of 12″ (305 mm) apart.