OLEXOBIT® A35P is a polymer modified binder (PMB) that is designed for use in dense-graded asphalt where increased asphalt modulus is required to enhance pavement stiffness, or to provide resistance to high surface shear forces.

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Performance Benefits

  • Increased modulus and strength
  • Increased shear resistance

Application Benefits

  • Excellent workability


OLEXOBIT® A35P is recommended for use:

  • In high modulus asphalt
  • Where asphalt is subjected to high surface shear forces, such as race tracks

For further advice on the appropriate application of OLEXOBIT® A35P, please contact Puma Bitumen.


OLEXOBIT® A35P is manufactured to comply with Austroads AG:PT/T190 A35P grade.


Typical Characteristics

Property Typical Value
Softening Point, °C 70
Torsion Recovery at 25°C, % 13
Viscosity at 165°C, Pa.s 0.23
Consistency at 60°C, Pa.s 2,600
Stiffness at 25°C, kPa 81

Storage & Handling

The storage of bituminous binders for prolonged periods at elevated temperatures should be avoided as quality may be adversely affected. As a general rule, bituminous binders should be stored at the lowest temperature that enables practical use. 

Maximum Storage Temperature Recommendations

  • Storage for up to 90 days 120°C
  • Storage for up to 7 days 150°C
  • Storage for up to 4 days 170°C
  • Storage for up to 24 hours 180°C
  • Maximum storage temperature 190°C

Application Temperature Recommendations

  • Maximum pumping temperature 150°C
  • Asphalt mixing 160°C - 175°C
  • Asphalt compaction 150°C - 165°C

Health & Safety

To ensure hot bitumen is used in a safe and efficient manner the following safety precautions must be followed:

  • Wear suitable personal protective equipment (PPE) at all times. Full skin protection is required to avoid accidental burns when transferring or handling hot bitumen.
  • Always prevent contact between water and hot bitumen by checking the contents of the previous load before loading bituminous products into tankers and by following procedures to avoid violent boil-over of tanks.
  • Avoid exposure to fumes by standing back on the gantry or upwind until the vapours have dispersed.
  • Minimise bitumen fume by heating bitumen and asphalt products to the recommended temperatures.
  • Minimise the use of diesel when cleaning equipment as this contributes to the bitumen fume.

For a full description of hazards associated with the use of bituminous binders, please refer to the appropriate material safety data sheet (MSDS) available on the Puma Bitumen website.

Quality Assurance

Puma Bitumen is recognised nationally for its proven track record in delivering products of consistently high quality.

Every day our products perform under the most diverse and demanding road conditions in Australia.

This is attributable to a combination of our unique product technology, comprehensive quality assurance programs, operational efficiency and sophisticated production processes – all supported by our highly skilled and experienced staff.

We maintain an in-house national technical centre in Melbourne which focuses on R&D, as well as providing technical expertise and support to our customers throughout Australia.

Our team of technical specialists is dedicated to ensuring our products are thoroughly tested at every stage – from the selection of crude oil at the start of the production process, right through to delivery.

Our product stewardship and rigorous quality management practices reflect our commitment to delivering the highest quality products that perform on the road.

Our commitment to quality is recognised by our accreditation to Australian Standard AS/NZS 9001.