Coloured asphalt to break the monotony of conventional asphalt mixes while retaining all its mechanical properties.

Technical asphalts
Aficsa, Firtec, Sorigué, Vialex
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Coloured asphalt with the properties of conventional asphalt. Fircolor is a coloured hot bituminous mix formed by a binder, aggregates and pigments. Thanks to its different design possibilities and range of pigments, it is possible to break away from the conventional look of classic asphalt mixes and achieve different colour schemes. Fircolor is a hot, coloured bitumen mix consisting of a synthetic binder, aggregate and pigments. During mixing, all the aggregate particles are coated with a homogeneous film of binder in the required shade.


Variety of Fircolor mixes  
Different results can be obtained thanks to the possibility of combining aggregate and pigment shades. 
All the components (aggregates, filler, pigment and binder) are blended during mixing at the plant so all particles are covered by a homogeneous film of binder in the desired colour. A wide variety of coloured paving can be achieved without compromising the mechanical properties of a conventional asphalt mix.
Application and uses
The Fircolor mix can be spread and compacted using conventional methods.
It has a wide variety of uses thanks to it being a creative pavement that retains the mechanical properties of conventional bituminous mixes.
For example, it can be applied in public squares, car parks, bike lanes and rural roads to minimise the visual impact.

Fircolor drainage
A drainage mix design can be used to provide a solution for tree pits and pavements that need to be permeable. 


• This decorative paving is applied with a thickness of between 3 and 6 cm and it can be applied on both asphalt and concrete.
• This continuous, flexible paving does not have joints, thus avoiding the breakages typical of paving stones.
• It is able to withstand both pedestrian and road traffic and it adapts to the movement of flexible paving.
• The application process allows opening to traffic in 2 hours.
• The visual impact on the environment is minimised.