Welcome to the World of Nynas

Visit Nynas booth and chat with our bitumen experts at the E&E Congress 2021.

With more than 90 years of developing and producing bitumen, we are setting our sights on an exciting future, in which we will support the roads of the emerging mobility landscape. See how we can provide durable and sustainable bitumen solutions. Join us on the road to the future.

NYNAS POSTERS DURING E&E:

Long lasting asphalt pavements with polymer modified bitumens
Authors: Xiaohu Lu, Hilde Soenen (Nynas) and Safwat Said, Abubeker Ahmed, Håkan Carlsson (VTI)
Poster ID: 0245

Durability parameters evaluated on binders recovered from various field sites in Europe
Authors: Hilde Soenen, Xiaohu Lu, Carl Robertus (Nynas) and Xavier Carbonneau, Graziella Durand (Colas)
Poster ID: 0240

The effect of sample preparation on the morphology of polymer-modified bitumen by fluorescence and optical microscopy and it’s relation to storage stability
Author: Ian Lancaster (Nynas)
Poster ID: 0058

A systematic study of bituminous binders extended with a renewable material
Author: Xiaohu Lu, Jenny-Ann Östlund, Carl Robertus (Nynas)
Poster ID: 0248

Laboratory and site validation of a regeneration oil for recycled asphalt mixtures
Authors: Ian Lancaster, Dennis Day, Jukka Laitinen (Nynas)
Poster ID: 0353

Presentation by Dr Ian Lancaster, Technical Manager Nynas UK


“The effect of sample preparation on the morphology of polymer-modified bitumen by fluorescence and optical microscopy and it’s relation to storage stability”

When: 16th June, 16:30-18:00 CET
Technical session: Session 5A - Binder Performance and testing.

Core content:
• Effect of sample preparation on observed morphology.
• Practicality of preparation techniques.
• Correlation of morphology with storage stability.

Presentation by Dr Anna Steneholm, Nynas Group Specialist Toxicology


"Air particle measurements during paving of low-temperature asphalt"

When: 16th June 16:30-18:00 CET
Technical session: Session 5B - Health & Safety.

Core content:
• Asphalt fumes are reduced (mg/m3) by lowering the application temperature.
• Would also the number of particulates of different sizes be less with lower application temperature using LTA?
• Objective: to increase knowledge on size, number and concentration of particulates in asphalt fumes during paving with LTA.