What is it?
A cape seal is a chip seal topped with a slurry seal.
A cape seal produces a seal with no loose cover stone. The maximum size of a chip used for the seal coat will establish the depth of the mat. This seal may be the best suited for roads with high traffi c volumes.
How is it done?
A chip seal is laid in the conventional manner. After the chip seal has cured, the loose cover stone is removed. Then the slurry is applied over the seal to fi ll the voids between the cover stones.