For the past year the Research Laboratory has been investigating joint filling compounds for concrete pavements with the object of determining whether extenders of one type or another placed in the hot-poured rubber-asphalt filler could reduce the cost without reducing the efficiency of these materials. Also included in the investigation was a search for new or different materials that might serve the same purpose but have properties that would make them more desirable or less expensive than the rubber-asphalt fillers. Because of the inconvenience and danger involved in the heating process to 450°F, and also the difficulty of controlling the rubber-asphalt types, a cold applied filler became of primary interest.
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Gregg, L. E., "Cold-Applied Mastic-Type Crack and Joint Filler Compound" (1948). Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report. 1311.