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Description: Asphalt products in New Jersey

Our asphalt mixes are approved by the Federal Aviation Agency, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and the New York and New Jersey Departments of Transportation. Tilcon's asphalt locations offer a variety of hot mix, warm mix and cold mix asphalt products.

Asphalt pavement material is a precisely engineered product composed of about 95% stone, sand, and gravel by weight which is heated, dried and bound together by about 5% asphalt cement, a petroleum product which acts as the 'glue' in the mix.

Asphalt is an increasingly sophisticated material. Pavements being built today can be engineered to meet a variety of needs – for less noise, greater durability, enhanced skid resistance, reduced splash and spray in rainy weather, and a smoother ride than ever before.

Asphalt is 100% recyclable and reusable and one of the most frequently recycled materials in everyday use in the USA. It may qualify towards project LEED credits.

When a road surface is rehabilitated, the old asphalt road surface is milled and removed and then reclaimed, crushed and graded to produce Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement, known as RAP. RAP is added to new asphalt pavement ingredients to reduce the amount of new asphalt cement and other materials required. When RAP is used in this way, the asphalt cement in the old pavement is reactivated, becoming part of the glue that binds the new pavement together and reducing the amount of new asphalt cement required.

To learn more about asphalt, please visit the National Asphalt Pavement Association's (NAPA) site at www.hotmix.org and the Asphalt Pavement Alliance's site at www.asphaltroads.org .

The asphalt division of Tilcon New York Inc serves New York City, the lower Hudson Valley, central and northern New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania from its 14 asphalt facilities located throughout southeastern New York State and northern New Jersey.

Tilcon's asphalt facilities supply hot mix asphalt for the Department of Transportation for the states of New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania - as well as the NJ Turnpike and Garden State Parkway Authorities, the NY Thruway Authority, The Port Authority of NY and NJ, and the Federal Aviation Administration.

Tilcon's 11 asphalt plants (at 8 locations) in New Jersey and 5 plants (at 5 locations) in New York offer a variety of hot mix asphalt products. Because there is no standard set of HMA classifications, the designations and specifications for hot mix asphalt vary slightly based on the state or local agency. Click button below to see the common asphalt mixes with their New Jersey and New York equivalent.






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