Viscosity Grade Bitumen (VG Bitumen) is tested differently from other types and grades of bitumen.

Bitumen Viscosity Grade VG-10, VG-20, VG-30, VG-40. Viscosity Grade Bitumen (Asphalt) is a Bitumen grade mostly used as a Paving Grade and it’s suitable for road construction and for the asphalt pavements producing with premier attributes. VG Bitumen is usually used in the production of hot mix asphalt. Globally known as viscosity testing, this testing method has been introduced to the industry in order to make the behavior of bitumen predictable at various temperatures.

Viscosity Grade bitumen are specified by the methods described in ASTM Standard as AASHTO M226-80 and D3381–09 (2008). Viscosity Graded properties are mostly indicated at 60 C (140 °F).


Bitumen VG 40

Bitumen VG 40 is a Viscosity Grade Bitumen which is widely used in spraying applications such as surface-dressing and paving ... Read More

Bitumen VG 30

Bitumen VG 30 is especially used to construct extra heavy duty Bitumen pavements that need to tolerate significant traffic loads. ... Read More

Bitumen VG 20

Bitumen VG20 is a Viscosity Grade bitumen which is specified by ASTM Standard D3381-09 and AASHTO M226-80 (2008). VG Bitumen ... Read More

Bitumen VG 10

VG-10 is mostly used in spraying applications such as surface dressing and Paving in very cold climate instead of 80/100 ... Read More