A High Pressure Method Of Bitumen Extraction From ASPHALT Pavement-Final Report

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245 10|aA High Pressure Method Of Bitumen Extraction From ASPHALT Pavement-Final Report
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100 1 |aT. J. Houser|ecreator
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520 |aA new method of extracting bitumen from asphalt pavement mixtures has been developed which gives bitumen contents essentially the same as those obtained by the currently used method. The preferred solvent is cyclohexane (although cyclopentane may be used) at high temperatures and pressures. The new method uses a non-chlorinated solvent at high temperatures and pressures (but sub-critical) to dissolve and extract asphalt from the mix in a stainless steel extractor vessel. Although the solvent, cyclohexane, is less hazardous to health than trichloroethylene it can be a fire hazard unless reasonable precautions are exercised.
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