A light spray application of low viscosity asphalt emulsion (generally diluted) to an existing pavement surface to insure a bond between the original pavement and a subsequent asphalt concrete overlay
A light application of a liquid bituminous material applied to a surface to promote the adhesion of a subsequent asphalt layer to that surface.
The first enamel coat, applied full and allowed to flash only until it is quite sticky.
An application of asphalt onto an existing paved surface that is to receive a new coat of asphalt. The tack coat bonds the new coat to the existing surface.
The spraying of a binder such as bitumen or emulsion as a thin film to improve the adhesion between layers of asphalt.
Usually the first light coat of paint is allowed to set and become sticky before additional coats are applied.
Application of asphaltic material on old surface to insure its bond to new construction.