Moisture Sensitivity In Asphalt Mixes : Causes, Cures and Case Studies

Moisture Sensitivity In Asphalt Mixes : Causes, Cures and Case Studies

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How do you predict and, critically, prevent asphalt pavement failure due to moisture sensitivity? Our specialist presenters will provide solutions in the form of test methodologies, case studies and technologies to help you avoid potentially costly damage. Moisture susceptibility is a primary cause of distress in asphalt surfaced pavements. Asphalt  mixes are susceptible to moisture if the internal bitumen-to-aggregate bond weakens in the presence of water. This weakening can result in stripping.

Join our workshop to understand and avoid long-term moisture stripping.

This webinar has been registered for CPD accreditation. CPD Certificate Number will be available on the day.

DATE Tuesday, 22 June 2021
TIME 10.00 – 13.00
PLACE Via ZOOM

Who would benefit:
All Engineers, Technologists, Technicians, Students and all other interested parties involved with Road Infrastructure Construction, Asset Preservation and Road Maintenance.

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Presenter Schedule

Programme Chairperson Lee McNeil (Colas)
Session Introduction: Definition of Moisture Sensitivity (stripping, adhesion, de-bonding)   Eddie Bond – AECI 
How do we test for moisture sensitivity  Joanne Muller – AECI Much Asphalt 
Case Study – Wim Hofsink: Wim Hofsink – WHCES
Case Study – Adhesion in Chip seals Gerrie van Zyl –  Mycube Asset Management 
Latest Technology – AECI Eddie Bond
Latest Technology – SOLN Grant Wills
Latest Technology – IMCD Lungelo Jaca
Latest Technology – Arkema Eric Jorda
Latest Technology  – Zydex Mihil Ranka

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Additional Information

Ticket Type

SAT Member, Non-Member, Student

Event Details

After payment of event ticket, please look out for the SAT webinar ticket in the attendee's email inbox. Please follow the instructions there for attendee registration. After registration Zoom will send the link for the webinar to the registered attendee.

Any queries, please email events@socsat.coza.

Date: June 22, 2021

Start time: 10:00 a.m. SAST

End time: 01:00 p.m. SAST

Venue: Zoom Webinar

Phone: +27 (0) 21 531 2718

Email: events@socsat.co.za