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Policy for adding PG sources for previously approved JMF’s

***All PG Sources must be Certified***

 

PG 64-22  &  PG 58-28:

No approval needed for a PG 64-22 or PG 58-28 source change.  However, all PG 64-22 and PG 58-28 source changes must be presented to District Testing prior to switching. 

PG 64-28: The following needs to be submitted to the ODOT C/O Lab for Approval: 

1) A one (1) point mix design is required using the new PG source. 

2) Revised mixing and compaction chart using the new PG source data.

3) Updated test data for the new PG source. 

4) Revised page 2 of the mix design packet containing the new PG source data. 

5) New samples at the optimum Asphalt Content using the new PG source  (Rice, Pills etc.)

 

PG 70-22M : The following must be submitted to the ODOT C/O Lab for Approval:

 

1) A one (1) point mix design is required using the new PG source. 

2) Revised mixing and compaction chart using the new PG source data. 

3) Updated test data for the new PG source. 

4) Revised page 2 of the mix design packet containing the new PG source data. 

5) New samples at the optimum Asphalt Content using the new PG source  (Rice, Pills etc.)

  

PG 76-22M : The following must be submitted to the ODOT C/O Lab for Approval:

 

1) A one (1) point mix design is required using the new PG source. 

2) Revised mixing and compaction chart using the new PG source data. 

3) Updated test data for the new PG source. 

4) Revised page 2 of the mix design packet containing the new PG source data. 

5) New samples at the optimum Asphalt Content using the new PG source  (Rice, Pills etc.) 

*Any change in polymer types (SBS/Elvaloy® or SBR) or GTR will require a complete mix design re-submittal*

 

This revised policy takes effect 3/30/2015