Prem Kumar 1 Questions 4 Answers 0 Best Answers 53 Points View Profile Prem Kumar Level 2 Asked: January 12In: General Knowledge What is the correct difference between bitumen and asphalt? Report 2 Answers Recent Voted Harsimran Singh 0 Questions 1 Answers 0 Best Answers 27 Points View Profile Harsimran Singh Level 1 Added an answer on February 8 at 7:19 am This answer was edited. Asphalt is a material that’s usually described as a sticky, black and hugely thick substance that’s comparably the semi-solid form of petroleum. The material is constructed in a plant that heats up, dries and blends aggregate, bitumen and sand into one mixture. It’s known to solidify at low temperatures and be in its liquid state under hot conditions. Many property owners opt for and roadways as the material is less expensive than concrete, easy to lay and holds great flexibility. While bitumen may also be another name for ‘asphalt’ in some places, it’s a whole different thing. It’s the actual liquid binder that keeps asphalt together. Some roads are sealed with bitumen and then overlaid with an aggregate. 0 Reply Share Share Share on Facebook Share on WhatsApp Share on Twitter Share on Google plus Chandan Sharma RC 0 Questions 1 Answers 1 Best Answers 31 Points View Profile Best Answer Chandan Sharma RC Level 1 Added an answer on January 12 at 3:08 pm Bitumen is actually the liquid binder that holds asphalt together. … Abitumen-sealed road has a layer ofbitumen sprayed and then covered with an aggregate. This is then repeated to give a two-coat seal.Asphalt is produced in a plant that heats, dries and mixes aggregate,bitumen and sand into a composite mix. 0 Reply Share Share Share on Facebook Share on WhatsApp Share on Twitter Share on Google plus ✍ ☞ Can you answer this question? People are searching for a better answer to this question. ☟✍Cancel reply📍💬 You must 🔏 Login or 📝 Register to add a new answer.