Morgan's Striping Service, Inc.
Noblesville, IN 46060
Office: 317-776-2116
Fax:     317-776-2049
E-mail:
mss@morganstriping.com
Visual Sealing
Sealcoat

  •  Seals the asphalt pavement, preventing oxidation and erosion of the asphalt.

  •  Prevents water from seeping down to the base material causing enlargement of
          smaller cracks.

  •  Protects the asphalt from the sun, as well as the harmful effects of oil and gasoline spills.

  •  Provides an attractive black surface, making it ideal for lines, stencils, and other markings.

  •  Costs pennies per square foot compared to the cost to repair or replace damaged asphalt.


What is Sealcoat ?

   A sealcoat consists of either coal tar pitch (derived from coke, a by-product of the steel production
process) or asphalt cement mixed with inert fillers, water, emulsifying agents or additives. Applied in
thin coats, this surface treatment is used to protect off-highway asphalt pavement surfaces, such as
parking lots, driveways, runways, service stations, and heliports.

When should it be used ?

   Applied properly at the right time, these protective materials seal out water, block ultraviolet rays
and extend pavement life. Seal coating should always be included as part of a general pavement
maintenance plan.

   Seal coating like all pavement maintenance repairs is a temporary means of inhibiting pavement
deterioration and needs to be applied on a regular basis, about every three years .

Caring for New Sealcoat

  Once the decision has been made and sealcoat has been applied, traffic should be kept off the area
for at least 24 hours. Where parking lots need to be open for customer parking, we can arrange to
sealcoat the lot in sections. Failure to keep cars off the sealcoat before it dries will result in tracking
throughout the lot and onto other surfaces.