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.
Is asphalt sealer better than coal tar?
Asphalt sealers are better than they were before but they’re still a little lacking relative to coal tar, Vance says. There’s a reason coal tar has been made all these years: It works better and asphalt emulsion has some deficiencies.
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.
Is coal tar sealer on the rise?
Already sealer producers are reporting significant price increases, but of greater concern to contractors is the availability of the coal tar sealer. In the recent past producers have sought to broaden the types of sealer materials available to the market, with asphalt emulsion-based products being the primary alternative.