What are asphalt millings?
Asphalt Millings are fine particles of bitumen and inorganic material, sized from dust to less than an inch chunked asphalt and produced by the mechanical grinding of bituminous surfaces. Every day as part of maintenance and improvement projects, old asphalt pavement material is reclaimed from roads and parking lots with milling machines or full depth reclaimers. This is often done to keep pavement from getting too high from years of asphalt resurfacing and also prevents drainage problems. Milled asphalt is typically hauled away for central stockpiling and further processing.
Recycled asphalt pavement (RAP) can be reused in new asphalt hotmix, used as a base material or for gravel driveways. RUBBLE MASTER offers a large range of impact crushers to crush asphalt and millings efficiently.
Asphalt millings are best being processed with an impact crusher.
High Reduction Ratio
Impactors achieve small finished products such as a ½" - (19 mm-) product
Superior Product Shape
Cubical consistent end product.
You can't process millings fast enough? When processing RAP your on-board screen on your crusher is often your bottle-neck. Add a screening plant to increase your total screen capacity so that you increase your total production and lower your operating costs.
A crushing plant in combination with a screening plant will increase production and decrease operating cost.
RUBBLE MASTER impact crushers and screens are ready for high performance speciality wire media.
Coarse and Fine RAP
Use an incline screener to split up your material into a coarse and fine RAP product.
Zero Asphalt Related Issues
RUBBLE MASTER's line of mobile impact crushers work brilliantly in asphalt applications and operators experience fewer asphalt related issues than with traditional high-mount engine crushers.
Easy to Maintain
Operators can easily keep up with traditional asphalt issues such as cleaning radiators.
RUBBLE MASTER impact crushers deliver a great performance in hot environments.
Optimal Material Flow
No build up of material underneath the crusher.