Fulton Hogan Industries Pty Ltd

Site

Pavement and Materials Engineering – Binders Laboratory

Accreditation No.

3321

Site No.

3314

Date of Accreditation

07 Jan 1992

Address

25 Groves Avenue
Mcgraths Hill, NSW 2756
Australia

fultonhogan.com.au

Contact

Mr Khoa Vo P: +61 (02) 45875129

Availability

Services conditionally available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

Pavement and Materials Engineering – Binders Laboratory

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Infrastructure and Asset Integrity

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Aggregate binder adhesion Aggregates Resistance to stripping Plate test

AS 1141.50 and RMS (NSW) method T230

Initial adhesion Not applicable

RMS (NSW) method T238

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Materials

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Analysis of bituminous materials - Composition Bituminous materials Rubber content Not applicable

RMS (NSW) method T737

Water content Dean and Stark

AS 2341.9

Toluene insoluble matter Not applicable

AS/NZS 2341.8

Recovery of residue Not applicable

AS/NZS 2341.30

Non-aqueous volatiles Calculation by difference

AS/NZS 2341.24

Residue on evaporation Not applicable

AS/NZS 2341.23

Analysis of bituminous materials - Properties Bituminous materials Flash point Not applicable AS 2341.14
Breaking behaviour Setting time

AS 2341.29

Density Density bottle

AS 2341.7

Segregation of bituminous materials Not applicable

Austroads method AGPT/T108 

Sample handling and conditioning Not applicable

AS/NZS 2341.21, Austroads method AGPT/T102

Homogeneity of liquid pre-coats and adhesion agents Not applicable

RMS (NSW) method T590

Abrasion loss Wet track abrasion Austroads Method AGPT/T272
Sieve residue Sieve analysis

AS/NZS 2341.26

Penetration of bitumen Not applicable

AS 2341.12

Permanent recovery and creep Dynamic shear rheometer AASHTO Method T350
Classification of slurry surfacing materials Schulze-Breuer and Ruck ISSA TB-144
Ease of remixing Not applicable

Austroads method AGPT/T109

Stress ratio Direct shear rheometer Austroads Method AGPT/T125
Viscosity Brookfield viscometer

Austroads method AGPT/T111

Flash point of cutback bitumen Not applicable

AS 2341.16

Ductility Not applicable

AS 2341.11

pH of bituminous emulsions Classical AS 2341.32
Viscosity Dynamic - Capillary tube

AS/NZS 2341.2

Sample recovery Solvent extraction Austroads Method AGPT/T191
Sedimentation Not applicable

AS/NZS 2341.27, In-house Method FHMS 09

Durability Accelerated aging viscosity increase Austroads Method AGPT/T194
Stone coating ability and water resistance Not applicable

AS 2341.28

Consistency of bitumen emulsion Derived Engler calculation

AS 2341.25

Consistency; Stiffness Not applicable In-house Method FHMS 04
Rolling thin film oven (RTFO) Effect of heat and air on a moving film of bitumen

AS/NZS 2341.10, Austroads method AGPT/T103

Viscosity Not applicable Austroads Method AGPT/ T192, AGPT/T193, AASHTO Method T315
Softening point Ring and ball

AS 2341.18 and Austroads method AGPT/T131

Excess binder Loaded wheel Austroads Method AGPT/T273
Flash point of polymer modified binder Not applicable

Austroads method AGPT/T112

Torsional recovery Not applicable

Austroads method AGPT/T122

Compressive limit Not applicable

Austroads method AGPT/T132

Cutback bitumen composition Distillation

AS 2341.15

Consistency; Elastic recovery; Stiffness Not applicable

Austroads method AGPT/T121

Set and cure of bituminous slurry Cohesion Austroads Method AGPT/T271
Particle charge Not applicable

AS/NZS 2341.22

Viscosity Rotational

AS/NZS 2341.4

Sample collection Bituminous materials Not applicable Residual bitumens from tanks, tankers and drums

AS 2008

Not applicable Bitumen emulsions from tanks, tankers and drums

AS 1160 Appendix A

Not applicable Polymer modified bitumens from tanks, tankers and drums

Austroads method AGPT/T101

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