These are good candidates as long as the road has sound base and adequate drainage. A good candidate can be determined by the following:
Many recent projects that exhibited some of the above characteristics have been corrected with proper engineering and workmanship. Fix the excessive damage first!
No. The AR2000 produces asphalt of compressible or better quality than new asphalt although many of our competitors are forced to overlay their work due to the quality of asphalt produced by their machinery (typically due to age hardening of the bitumen caused by excessive heat or burning).
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Almost always. If the road has sunken or fallen 10% to 30% new asphalt is added to the recycled material to bring the road back up to grade. This creates a smoother road, and the road will have a higher load rating.
Yes, however production rates slow down because when the ambient air temperature is lower and much more care has to be taken with paving and compacting due to low light.
By reheating the old oil in the road and adding a rejuvenating agent it will increase the quality of the old oil and in effect bring it back to life.
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