Recipe against moisture, draughts and cold

Although 85 % of all bitumen is used in road applications, there are other applications where bitumen’s properties bring value.

In these industrial applications it is used to insulate against moisture, heat, sound and vibrations among other things. Some of the applications use oxidised bitumen, which has high heat resistance.

These are properties required by Hunton Fiber for their bitumen-impregnated wood fibre panels. The company, based north of Oslo, is one of the Nordic region’s leading producers of wall panels and other wood fibre-based products for the construction industry.

The addition of Nybit I 142 in Hunton’s panels keeps the wall sealed so that moisture and draughts do not penetrate the insulation and cool down the wall. The impregnation process also makes the panels resistant to mould, rot and pests.

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Nynas UK announce their future plans for the bitumen business in the UK

Nynas UK today announce that they will be ending the partnership with Navigator Terminals at their Teesside depot at the end of the existing contract in December 2022.

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Pan European approach for Nynas Bitumen

Rafael Renaudeau is appointed Vice President Nynas Bitumen and member of the Nynas Group Executive Committee. He will lead a newly formed organisation to cover all bitumen market areas where Nynas is located. This is a step to further strengthen Nynas position as the true bitumen specialist.

Sustainable Development

The UK’s first carbon-neutral pavement

Using cold recycling technology developed in-house, Aggregate Industries has taken a major step in the direction of more sustainable pavements.

Projects

More PMB in Drammen

Nynas depot in Drammen has expanded PMB capacity in place.

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Webinar on biogenic material in PMB

Nynas invites you to a webinar on 16 September 2021 on why using biogenic material to produce PMB is the most responsible choice.

More information and registration here


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