ISSA provides several industry related guidelines and technical bulletins at no cost to both members and non-members. Redline versions of the updated bulletins can be found below, along with the final counterpart.
TITLE: Recommended Performance Guidelines for Emulsified Asphalt Slurry Seal Surfaces, 2010
Download A-105 Guidelines
TITLE: Recommended Performance Guidelines for Polymer Modified Micro Surfacing, 2010
Download A-143 Guidelines
TITLE: Recommended Performance Guideline for Chip Seal
Download A-165 Guidelines
TITLE: Recommended Performance Guidelines for Crack Treatment
Download A-175 Guidelines
TITLE: Slurry Seal Consistency Template
Download TB-106 Template
TITLE: A Method for Unit Field Control of Slurry Seal Quantities
TITLE: Test Method for Measurement of Excess Asphalt In Bituminous Mixtures by Use of a Loaded Wheel Tester and Sand Adhesion
TITLE: Outline Guide Design Procedure for Slurry Seal
TITLE: Method to Estimate Slurry Seal Spread Rates and to Measure Pavement Macrotexture
TITLE: Test Method for Determining Mix Time for Slurry Surfacing Systems
TITLE: Surface Area Method of Slurry Seal Design
TITLE: Test Method for Classification of Slurry Surfacing Materials Compatibility by Schulze-Breuer and Ruck Procedures
TITLE: Test Method for Determination of Methylene Blue Value (MBV) of Mineral Aggregate Fines
TITLE: Test Method for Measurement of Stability and Resistance to Compaction, Vertical and Lateral Displacement of Multilayered Fine Aggregate Cold Mixes
TITLE: Test Method for Preparation of Microsurface and Slurry Seal Specimens for Evaluation by Hot Mixed Asphalt Design Methods (Modified Marshall Test)
TITLE: Test Method for Boiling Compatibility of Slurry Seal Mixes
These checklists are a series created to guide State and local highway maintenance and inspection staff in the use of innovative pavement preventive maintenance processes.
The series is provided through the joint efforts of the Pavement Preservation Program of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and the Foundation for Pavement Preservation (FP2).