Our Specialty Products Include:
PG64-28NVTR, PG70-22TR, PG70-22TR+,PG70-26TR, PG70-28TR+, PG76-22TR, PG76-22NVTR,
PG76-22TR+, PG76-28TR, MAC-10TR, MAC-15TR, MAC-20TR, WG15-5TR, AC10-2TR, AC12-5TR,
AC15-5TR, AC20-5TR, AC20-10TR, AC45-5TR, GTRCON, LTRCON, LTR-TRMAC, TRMAC, ARHM,
Paramount has stayed ahead of the game in the practical and technical applications of an entirely new line of asphalt products. And we continue to work with our customers to develop new applications that meet the demands of a constantly changing marketplace.
Our affiliate company, Wright Asphalt, has developed a rubberized chip seal product which virtually eliminates rock loss and which has been enthusiastically received by agencies and customers in many states.
Terminal blend such as PG64-28TR, PG70-22TR, PG76-22TR, MAC10-TR, MAC15-TR, rubberized emulsions, and cutbacks, a Paramount rubberized asphalt products, has been manufactured at the Paramount refinery for years, and is available at our terminal locations as well. Unlike competitive rubberized binders, Terminal Blend is stable, homogenous and can be used to produce rubberized asphalt hot mix at any hot plant, with NO special equipment or mobilization. The product is stored, loaded and transported just like conventional liquid asphalt, but it contains between 5-20% rubber depending on the agency specification.
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Other Research and Projects:
Five-year warranty projects
More details on this study can be found at the Caltrans website
University of California Partnered Research Center (UCPRC) HVS studies
The final summary report (UCPRC-SR-2007-03) plus the other supporting documents can be found at
Full scale demonstration project, SR 33, near Firebaugh
Pre-construction, construction and performance information for the Highway 33 project is described in three separate volumes and can be found on the Caltrans website:
Full scale demonstration project, SR 20
The work plan, pre-construction, construction and performance reports for this project is described in several separate volumes, which can be found on the Caltrans website located at
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