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20:07 Nov 27, 2008
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English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents - Engineering: Industrial / recycling
English term or phrase: asphalt grog
the term "asphalt grog" refers to a type of material used in roads and using glass left from industry as pasrt of its components
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3Mezcla de Asfaltojmr620808


  

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Mezcla de Asfalto


Explanation:
Grog= Licor, ponche, Mezcla de Ron y Agua, Arcilla molida etc. El vidrio molido se le agrega a la Mezcla Asfaltica. Una vez retirados los (medios de ligadura) liquidos (por cualquier medio) queda una mezcla que produce una superficie flexible, resistente al desgaste y a la abrasión cuando se aplica en los caminos, calles, y carreteras. Es un substituto economico comparado con los caminos de concreto armado 100%, sin embargo, su vida util es mas limitada y requiere de mantenimiento frecuente. Tambien podrias utilizar simplemente Asfalto. Espero te sea de utilidad.


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