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Counties33,12444%Paved16,03648% Federal21,90629%Gravel10,70032% Cities10,79914%Local Access6,38819% ODOT8,04911% Other State6141% Totals74,49333,124 Oregon.

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Presentation on theme: "Counties33,12444%Paved16,03648% Federal21,90629%Gravel10,70032% Cities10,79914%Local Access6,38819% ODOT8,04911% Other State6141% Totals74,49333,124 Oregon."— Presentation transcript:

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2 Counties33,12444%Paved16,03648% Federal21,90629%Gravel10,70032% Cities10,79914%Local Access6,38819% ODOT8,04911% Other State6141% Totals74,49333,124 Oregon MileageCounty Mileage

3 Survey Topics order of preference 1.Oil Choices 2.Surface Preparation 3.Rock mixes 4.High traffic areas 5.Rollers 6.When things go wrong 7.Urban Chip Seals 8.Contaminants 9.Fog Seals 10. Chip Spreaders 11. Distributers 12. Brooming 13. Lunch / Work Rules 14. Oil Applications 15. Workmanship 16. Convert Gravel to Oils 17. Traffic Control 18. Equipment Choices 19. Dump Trucks  PMAT IGA - Share Equipment & Resources  Etnyre Chip Spreader Calculation & Adjustment  Chip Sealing over Thermo Plastic Striping  Oil Specifications Information  Oil Sampling and Testing  Working with Contractors Parking Lot Topics

4 Baker Miles Chip Treat % ¼” = 20% 3 / 8 ” = 30% ½” = 50% ¾” = gravel road convert base HFRS-P1 = 100% Fog = 100% HFRS-P1; HF90-1S dilute Double+ = 25% ½”; ¾” Crack Seal = No Convert Gravel = No

5 Benton Miles Chip Treat % ¼” = 5% 3 / 8 ” - #6 = 75% ½” = 10% ¾” = 10% oil mat rock HFRS-P1 = 100% Fog = 100% HFRS-P1 dilute Double+ = 30% 5 / 8 ” ½” 3 / 8 ”; ¼” HFRS-P1; HFRS-2 Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = 2-miles

6 Clackamas Miles Chip Treat 1, % 3 / 8 ” = 25%; ½” = 75% HFRS-P2 = 100% Fog = 100% CSS1 Double+ = No Crack Seal = No Convert Gravel = No

7 Clatsop Miles Chip Treat % ¼” = 60% ½” = 40% ”winter bite” CRS-2P = 100% Fog = 50% CSS1H dilute Double+ = 28% CRS-2P Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = Yes

8 Crook Miles Chip Treat % ¼” = 40% (single & double) 3 / 8 ” = 40% (hot) ½” = 20% (double) CRS-2 = 60% (upper Co) AC15 5TR = 40% (hot) Fog = No Double+ = 40% 100% of CRS-2; 10% of Hot Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = No

9 Deschutes Miles Chip Treat % 3 / 8 ” = 100% AC15P = 100% Fog = No Double+ = No Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = No

10 Douglas Miles Chip Treat % 3 / 8 ” = 100%; nickel-slag CRS-2P = 100% Fog = No Double+ = No Crack Seal = No (no cracks) Convert Gravel = No

11 Gilliam Miles Chip Treat % ¼” = 10% ½” = 90% HFRS-P1 = 80% HFRS-P2 = 10% CRS-2P = 10% Fog = 100% 91-S dilute Double+ = 10% ¼”; ½” Crack Seal = Yes (new) Convert Gravel = No

12 Jackson Miles Chip Treat % 3 / 8 ”- 4 = 95%; ½” = 5% CRS-2P = 100% Fog = 50% LMCQS Double+ = 3% LMCQS; 3 / 8 ”- 4 Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = No

13 Jefferson Miles Chip Treat % 7 / 16 ”- 10 = 75%; ½” = 25% HFE-91S = 100% Fog = No Double+ = 25% HFE-91S; ½” - 7 / 16 ” Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = 1-mile (E-11) 3-lifts = ¾” - ½” - 7 / 16 ”

14 Josephine Miles Chip Treat % 1 / 4 ” = 1% - bikeways ½” = 99% CRS-2P = 100% Fog = 100% CSS-1H Double+ = No Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = In the past

15 Klamath Miles Chip Treat % 3 / 8 ”- 4 = 90% PMCRS-2H = 100%; Fog = 10% CSS-1 dilute Double+ = No Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = 1-mile PMCRS-2H; 5 / 8 ”; 3 / 8 ”

16 Lane Miles Chip Treat 1, % ¼” = 10%; 3 / 8 ” = 90% ¾” = gravel road convert base CRS-2P = 20%; AC15P = 80% (hot) Fog = 100% Double+ = 5% Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = 2-miles ¾”; ½”; ¼”

17 Linn Miles Chip Treat 1, % ¼” = 40% 3 / 8 ” = 10% ½” = 50% ¾” = gravel road convert / triple shot PMCRS-2H = 100% Fog = No Double+ = 98% Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = No

18 Marion Miles Chip Treat % 3 / 8 ” = 100% HFRS-P1 = 100% Fog = 100% HFRS-P1 dilute Double+ = No Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = No

19 Multnomah Miles Chip Treat % ¼” = 40% 3 / 8 ” = 60% CRS-2P = 60% Fog = 60% CSS1 dilute Double+ = 60% Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = No

20 Polk Miles Chip Treat % 3 / 8 ” = 100%* *No recent chipseals Bonds funded recent overlays Double+ = No Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = No

21 Tillamook Miles Chip Treat % 3 / 8 ” = 100% RSLTP = 100% Fog = 100% Double+ = No Crack Seal = No Convert Gravel = No Marion County applies Chipseals

22 Wasco Miles Chip Treat % 3 / 8 ” = 90% ½” = 10% CRS-2P = 20% CRS-2 = 80% Fog = No Double+ = 10% CRS-2P Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = 3-miles

23 Washington Miles Chip Treat 1, % 3 / 8 ” = 65% ½” = 35% HFE-100-S = 60% single shot Fog = 55% 901-S dilute Double+ = 30% HFMS-2S prime; 901-S intermediate Crack Seal = No Convert Gravel = 4-miles

24 Yamhill Miles Chip Treat % 3 / 8 ” = 75% ½” = 25% “ hurts my dog’s feet” CRS-2P = 50% CRS-2 = 50% Fog = 50% CRS-2H dilute Double+ = % CRS-2P 3 / 8 ” Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = No

25 ODOT Miles Chip Treat 8, % ¼” = 10% 3 / 8 ” = 85% ½” = 5% HFRS-P1 = 25%; CRS-2P = 20%; CRS-2 = 10%; RSLTP = 5%; AC15P & AC15-5TR = 10% Fog = 25% HF90-1S dilute; CSS-1H Double+ = 1% ¼”; 3 / 8 ” Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = No

26 WashDOT Miles Chip Treat 7, % 3 / 8 ” - #4 = 90% ½” = 10% CRS-2P = 100%; Fog = 90% CSS-1 Double+ = 5% 3 / 8 ” Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = No

27 BLM: Coos Bay Miles Chip Treat % 3 / 8 ” = 80% ½” = 20% CRS-2P = 100% Fog = ?? Double+ = No Crack Seal = No Convert Gravel = No

28 City of Bend Miles Chip Treat % ¼” = 100% AC15P = 100% (hot) Fog = No Double+ = No ? Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = No

29 City of Gresham Miles Chip Treat % 3 / 8 ” = 66% ½” = 34% HFRS-P2 = 66% PG64-22 = 34% (hot/warm Asphalt Rubber {AR}) Fog = 100% CQS1 Double+ = No Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = No

30 City of Vancouver, WA Miles Chip Treat % 3 / 8 ” = 100% CRS-2P = 100% Fog = 100% CSS-1 Double+ = No Crack Seal = Yes Convert Gravel = No

31 Survey Topics 13Lunch / Work Rules 14Oil Applications 15Workmanship 16Convert Gravel to Oils 17Traffic Control 18Equipment Choices 19Dump Trucks 1Oil Choices 2Surface Preparation 3Rock mixes 4High traffic areas 5Rollers 6When things go wrong 7Urban Chip Seals 8Contaminants 9Fog Seals 10Chip Spreaders 11Distributers 12Brooming

32 Emulsions “Anionic” – positive charge – no letter in front “Cationic” – negative charge – “C” in front “Nonionics”- neutral charge (new - not readily in place) SS = Slow Setting MS = Medium Setting RS = Rapid Setting QS = Quick Setting Lower numbers – less viscosity (“1”) Higher numbers – more viscosity (“2”) h = harder base asphalt used s = softer base asphalt used HF (preceding) = High Float (Anionic grades only) P = Polymer modified ( “S” & “L” are also used) dilute = cutback – used in fog seals Oils “RS-1”, “HFRS-2” “CRS-2”, “CSS-1h” - - “SS-1” ; “CSS-1h” “MS-1” ; “CMS-2h” “RS-2”, “CRS-1” “CQS1”, “LMCQS” “CRS-1”, “HFMS-1” “CRS-2”, “HFMS-2” “CRS-2h”, “HFMS-2h” “HFMS-2s” “HFRS-2”, “HFMS-1” “HFRS-P1”, “CRS-2P” CRS-2P dilute Examples

33 Emulsions Oils Anionic RS-1 RS-2 HFRS-2 MS-1 MS-2 MS-2h HFMS-1 HFMS-2 HFMS-1h HFMS-2s SS-1 SS-1h Cationic CRS-1 CRS-2 CMS-2h CSS-1 CSS-1h Anionic are Positivity charged “ + “ Cationic are Negativity charged “ – “

34 Rapid Setting (RS) Slow Setting (SS) Medium Setting (MS) Emulsions Oils Cationic CRS-1 CRS-2 CMS-2h CSS-1 CSS-1h Anionic RS-1 RS-2 HFRS-2 MS-1 MS-2 MS-2h HFMS-1 HFMS-2 HFMS-1h HFMS-2s SS-1 SS-1h

35 Emulsions Oils Cationic CRS-1 CRS-2 CMS-2h CSS-1 CSS-1h Higher Viscous (2) Lower Viscous (1) Anionic RS-1 RS-2 HFRS-2 MS-1 MS-2 MS-2h HFMS-1 HFMS-2 HFMS-1h HFMS-2s SS-1 SS-1h

36 Emulsions Oils Cationic CRS-1 CRS-2 CMS-2h CSS-1 CSS-1h Soften Asphalt Base (s) Harden Asphalt Base (h) Anionic RS-1 RS-2 HFRS-2 MS-1 MS-2 MS-2h HFMS-1 HFMS-2 HFMS-1h HFMS-2s SS-1 SS-1h

37 Emulsions Oils Cationic CRS-1 CRS-2 CMS-2h CSS-1 CSS-1h High Float (HF) Anionic RS-1 RS-2 HFRS-2 MS-1 MS-2 MS-2h HFMS-1 HFMS-2 HFMS-1h HFMS-2s SS-1 SS-1h

38 dilute = cutback – used in fog seals CRS = Cationic, Rapid Setting #4 CRS-2 = - 2 (higher viscosity) Crook 60%; Wasco 80%; Yamhill 50%; ODOT 10%; #5 CRS-2h dilute = harden base Yamhill (fog) #6 CRS-2P = Polymer modified ½ the agencies in the room #7 CRS-2P dilute Baker Oils

39 CSS = Cationic, Slow-Set - fog #8 CSS-1 = 1 (lower viscosity) Clackamas, Vancouver, ODOT, WashDOT #9 CSS-1h dilute = harden base Clatsop, Josephine, Multnomah, Oils

40 HFRS = High Float, Rapid Set #10 HFRS-P1 = Polymer mod. / Lower Viscosity Baker 100%; Benton 100%;, Gilliam 80%; Marion 100%;, ODOT 25%; #11 HFRS-P1 dilute = fog Baker, Benton, Marion, Tillamook Oils

41 HFRS = High Float, Rapid Set (continue) #12 HFRS-2 = higher viscosity Benton = lower lifts #13 HFRS-P2 = above w/ Polymer modified Clackamas 100%; Gilliam 10%; Gresham 66% Oils

42 HFE = High Float, Emulsion #14 HFE 90 = Benton #15 HFE-90 1S dilute = fog Baker, ODOT #16 HFE-91-S = Jefferson 100% Oils

43 HFE = High Float Emulsion (continue) #17 HFE 100-S = Washington = single shot #18 HFE-150 or HFRS-2 = Rapid Set No Users Identified Oils

44 HFMS = High Float, Medium Set #19 HFMS-2S = Washington = prime shot Oils

45 PM CRS = Polymer Modified #20 PM CRS-2h = harden base Klamath 100%; Linn 100% CRS = Cationic, Rapid Setting

46 RS LTP = Rapid Setting Low Temperature Polymer modified #21 Clatsop; Tillamook 100% Oils

47 AC = Asphaltic Concrete – Hot Chip #22 AC15P = 15 Viscosity Polymer modified Deschutes 100%; Lane 80%; Bend 100%; ODOT 10% #23 AC15-5TR = 15 Viscosity Crook 40%; Deschutes Oils

48 Fog #24 91-S dilute = ? ? Gilliam # S dilute = ? ? Washington #26 CQS1 = Cationic Quick-Setting Gresham - CQS are also used in slurries #27 LMCQS = ? ? Cationic Quick-Setting Jackson Oils

49 #28 MC250 = Medium Cutback Clatsop (past practice) #29 PG64-22 = Hot / Warm Asphalt Rubber Gresham 34%; #30 Styraflex = Linn, Gresham Oils

50 2011 OACES Chip Seal Workshop files on the web: What’s New ? Click on

51 Presenting Today Don Newell / Joel Condor JosephineDavid Rubrecht ClatsopKevin Werst ClackamasFred Nicholas JacksonMike Kuntz / Carl Rhoten LinnKenny Hamlin ODOTAndy Anderson ODOT City of Gresham Michael Shaffer Dennis Hughes MultnomahJohn Niiyami WascoDon Uhalde WashingtonGreg Clemmons MarionTom Shamberger / Don / Joel


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