Syrupy, black liquid
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What is co-coal tar sealer?
Coal Tar is a syrupy, black liquid that is derived from coal and the by-product steel making process it is the most commonly used sealer in the industry. It is widely available and is an economical choice as it can be diluted with water and then mixed with other mineral ingredients.
What is the difference between coal tar sealer and asphalt sealer?
Asphalt-based sealer requires higher temperatures to become fluid than does coal tar sealers. It requires higher temperatures for asphalt particles to come together to form a continuous film, which is why asphalt sealers can’t be applied unless the temperature is at least 50F.
Is there an alternative to coal tar emulsion sealer?
Asphalt emulsion sealer is available from the Asphalt Kingdom website. It’s the most viable alternative to coal tar emulsion, but it takes some getting used to if you’ve been using coal tar for many years. We know that you have questions, so we’ll answer all of them below. Why is coal tar sealer being phased out?
How much area does a gallon of coal tar sealer cover?
Coal Tar Pavement Sealer Exhibits Outstanding Fuel Resistance. 50 to 60 square feet per gallon for two coats depending on age, pavement porosity, and method of application. * Colors may vary slightly from actual product. SealMaster Coal Tar Sealer is a coal tar emulsion sealer designed to protect and beautify asphalt pavement surfaces.