The following are some issues that could occur during construction of a scrub seal:
LARGE AMOUNT OF SCRUB SEAL EMULSION WHEN STOPPING BROOM:
SCRUB SEAL EMULSION IS BEING PUSHED OUTSIDE THE FRONT ROW OF BROOM HEADS:
THERE IS NO EMULSION WAVE AHEAD OF THE FRONT ROW OF BROOM HEADS:
The following are the most common post-construction problems with potential solutions. It may take an investigative approach to determine the actual problem.
LOSS OF AGGREGATE:
BLEEDING OR FLUSHING:
For potential remedies on bleeding and flushing scrub seals, please refer to Chip Seal Maintenance - Bleeding and Flushed Surfaces.pdf