BS 598-1:2011 Sampling and examination of bituminous mixtures for roads and other paved areas. Methods for the measurement of the rate of spread of coated chippings and the temperature of bituminous mixtures using non-contact temperature-measuring devices

BS 598-1:2011

Sampling and examination of bituminous mixtures for roads and other paved areas. Methods for the measurement of the rate of spread of coated chippings and the temperature of bituminous mixtures using non-contact temperature-measuring devices and for the assessment of the compaction performance of a roller

Status : Current, Project Underway   Published : July 2011

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What is this standard about?

This is Part 1 of a British Standard on sampling bituminous mixtures. The other published part of BS 598 is BS 598-112:2004 Method for the use of road surface hardness probe.

Who is this standard for?

Appropriately qualified bituminous mixture manufacturers and users

Why should you use this standard?

It describes a method for measuring the rate of spread of coated chippings and assessing the compaction performance of a roller and gives procedures for measuring the temperature of coated mixtures using non-contact temperature-measuring devices.

It introduces changes associated with the introduction of the European standards for test methods for hot mix asphalt.

What’s changed since the last update?

This standard is a full technical revision which supersedes BS 598-108:2005 and BS 598-109:1990+A1:2000. It introduces the following main changes:

  • Two parts of the BS 598 series: Parts 108 and 109, for which there are no corresponding European standards, have been combined
  • Figure 1 on the layout of metal trays has been introduced for clarity
  • The results of a review of parts of BS 598, for which there are no corresponding European standards, have been incorporated



Standard NumberBS 598-1:2011
TitleSampling and examination of bituminous mixtures for roads and other paved areas. Methods for the measurement of the rate of spread of coated chippings and the temperature of bituminous mixtures using non-contact temperature-measuring devices and for the assessment of the compaction performance of a roller
StatusCurrent, Project Underway
Publication Date31 July 2011
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)BS 6100-4:2008, BS 594987, BS EN 932-1, BS EN 12697-6:2003, PD 6691
Informative References(Provided for Information)BS 598-108:2005, BS 598-109:1990, BS 598-109:1990/AMD 1:2000, BS 598-112:2004, BS 5284:1993, BS EN 12697-13, BS EN 12697-37, PD 6692:2006, Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, Factories Act 1961, Construction Regulations 1961
ReplacesBS 598-109:1990, BS 598-108:2005
Draft Superseded By11/30228683 DC
DescriptorsBitumens, Bituminous products, Roads, Sampling methods, Examination (quality assurance), Inspection, Paved areas, Motor roads, Mixtures, Construction materials, Pavements (roads), Road surfacing, Aggregates, Coated materials, Spreading, Compacting, Rollers (compactors), Road rollers, Performance testing, Temperature measurement
ICS93.080.10
93.080.20
CommitteeB/510/1
ISBN978 0 580 71722 2
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages16
File Size737.4 KB
Price£130.00


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