BITUM is a dark, highly volatile mineral product with visco-elastic behavior, including temperature variation.
It is obtained by mixing the various organizing substances resulting from the distillation of the selected teas.
The first bituminous mixtures produced in the United States were used for sidewalks, crosswalks, and even roads starting in the late 1860s.
In 1870, a Belgian chemist named Edmund J. DeSmedt laid the first true asphalt pavement in this country, a sand mix in front of the City Hall in Newark, New Jersey.
Due to its physical and chemical properties, the BITUM is: