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Technology

Innovation drives all that we do at Blacklidge. Our team are experts in the materials and processes used in road construction; this helps us anticipate the needs of the market with cutting-edge solutions. Our products are powered by technology platforms that ensure performance and reliability in every application.

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HiMod®

The Perfect Formula for High Performance

HiMod® Technology is a breakthrough formula created by Blacklidge that produces true non-tracking, thin-film bonding agents that hold together with superior strength. HiMod is naturally resistant to oxidation and creates a water-resistant membrane when in place. HiMod powers UltraTack® and UltraFuse® products on the road today.

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ReSet®

Age Renewing Technology

ReSet® is an “age-renewing” technology platform for treating aged asphalt that is oxidized and damaged. ReSet works by restoring the performance properties of asphalt either by directly treating an aged road surface, or by repairing asphalt in the recycling process of RAP (recycled asphalt pavement) or RAS (recycled asphalt shingles).

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On the Road

The Latest From Our Blog

The Answer to Longer Lasting Roads: A Good Tack Coat

In my last article, I spoke in depth about the importance of interlayer bonding, why it is often overlooked and the factors that impact tack coat application. Now, I will recap why poor tack coat habits are so hard to break and share official findings by asphalt experts on tack coat best practices. Today, more than ever, departments and agencies are driving tremendous improvements in this area and exploring how better interlayer bonding can improve performance, promote sustainability and drive down the overall cost. Poor Tack Coat Practices Problem 1: The current low-bid process of road building encourages the use…

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