JOINTBONDTi ® pollution-reducing longitudinal joint stabilizer is a polymerized maltene-replacement emulsion that penetrates the asphalt pavement, combining with the existing asphalt binder to extend the service life of longitudinal joints by inhibiting the intrusion of air, water and salt brine.

JOINTBONDTi joint stabilizer leaves behind a self-cleaning surface that removes nitrogen oxides (NOx), volatile organic compounds and other pollutants introduced into the atmosphere through vehicular exhaust. The air-purifying surface perpetually regenerates itself throughout the life of the pavement, contributing to compliance with U.S. EPA’s stringent new National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS).

Tested and Proven

Durability and Performance of Titanium Dioxide in Photocatalytic Pavements

Evaluation of Titanium Dioxide as a Photocatalyst for Removing Air Pollutants

The Iowa State University Tio2 study is no longer accessible on line. 

JOINTBONDTi joint stabilizer is the ideal solution for new asphalt highway rumble strips and other critical joint areas for government agencies dealing with reduced budgets, deteriorating infrastructures and pollution concerns.

The “Laboratory Investigation of the Effect of TiO2 Topical Treatments on Concrete and Asphalt Samples,” conducted by Texas A&M Transportation Institute, is now complete. This study offers a general overview of the application of titanium dioxide (TiO2) to concrete and asphalt surfaces to impart air pollution remediation properties.