Learn More About Bitumen

Bitumen is a combination of organic liquid which is exceptionally viscous, black, sticky, totally soluble in carbon disulfide, also composed chiefly of highly condensed polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Know more about the bitumen online via https://www.vial-arg.com.ar/agentes-espumantes-para-betun/.

Naturally occurring or crude bitumen is a tacky, tar-like kind of oil that's thick and heavy it has to be heated or diluted until it is going to flow. At room temperature, it's similar to cold molasses. Refined Bitumen is the remaining (bottom) percent obtained by fractional distillation of crude oil. It's the heaviest percentage and also the one with the greatest boiling point, boiling at 525 °C (977 °F).

In British English, the term 'Asphalt' describes a combination of mineral aggregate and bitumen (or even tarmac in ordinary parlance). The term's' identifies the black viscous substance obtained by the destructive distillation of coal and can be distinct from bitumen.  

Many bitumens include sulfur and lots of heavy metals like Nickel, Vanadium, Lead, Chromium, Mercury, and also Arsenic, Selenium, and other Hazardous Components. Bitumen can offer decent preservation of crops and animal fossils.

Naturally occurring or crude bitumen is a tacky, tar-like kind of oil that's so thick and heavy it has to be heated or diluted until it is going to flow. At room temperature, it's similar to cold molasses. Refined Bitumen is the remaining (bottom) percent obtained by fractional distillation of crude oil. It's the heaviest percentage and also the one with the greatest boiling point, boiling at 525 °C (977 °F).