Definitions for "Slurry Seal"
A sealcoating process generally used on runways, streets, and roadways. In this process the coating is manufactured by the application equipment as it is being applied. A closely specified blend of graded asphalt emulsion, additives, and aggregate slurry seal is generally classified as Type I, II, or III depending on the size of aggregate used. A large aggregate slurry seal with additional polymers may also be referred to as microsurfacing. Used infrequently on parking areas due to the potential for tracking in hot weather.
Asphalt mixed with fine aggregate to extend pavement life. Generally used in urban areas. Also levels road surface. Serves the same purpose as a seal coat but it will fill in ruts.
a mixture of emulsified asphalt , water, well-graded fine aggregate and mineral filler that has a creamy fluid-like appearance when applied