Cutback bitumen is actually the result of adding controlled amounts of petroleum distillates such as kerosene. This is done to temporarily reduce the viscosity of the bitumen so that it can penetrate the pavements more effectively. There are different types of Cutback bitumen, each of which is used according to the type of air temperature, light or heavy vehicles, type of traffic, etc. Most Cutback bitumen are used in road surface dressings, but a significant amount is also used to make standard asphalt.

Therefore, BuildLand Company exports Cutback bitumen to its customers with high quality and in accordance with the necessary standards, STV tests and solubility, and with I621 distillation specifications.

For more information on how to pay, product analysis and transporting the products, as well as issues related to international trade and the final price, you can contact us through the numbers which are available on the website or our social networks.

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