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Infrared Asphalt Recycle Repair – Pot Hole Repair Wheeler He


Pot Hole Repair | Infrared Asphalt Repair, Infrared Pot Hole Repair, Infrared Crack Repair Wheeler Heights | Sydney | Northern Beaches

www.asphaltpotholerepairsydney.com.au

By | May 22nd, 2017|Asphalt Recycling|0 Comments

Betteroads and Betterecycling Warm Mix Asphalt Technology


Recycled Asphalt and Warm Mix technology make for a greener Puerto Rico!

By | May 21st, 2017|Asphalt Recycling|0 Comments

Recycling Asphalt


A brief summary of how asphalt is recycled and then reused to pave roads

By | May 20th, 2017|Asphalt Recycling|0 Comments

Animation WR240 cold recycling pre spread cement and foamed bitumen EN HI

By | May 19th, 2017|Asphalt Recycling|0 Comments

Recycled asphalt parking lot


Customer could install hot Mix I-5 asphalt so we installed a alternative called recycled asphalt it’s the grindings from the road reproduced without the oil.. it gets hard over time and makes a great base and foundation for heavy traffic and very cost effective.. if anybody is interested or wants to take a look 434 route 206 south hillsborurgh nj… we also paved the front parking lot as well with hot asphalt
Or you contact me direct 973-876-9271
Best,
Anthony

By | May 18th, 2017|Asphalt Recycling|0 Comments

Shingle Recycling Michigan disposal hot mix asphalt RAP RAS MDOT


Location in Grand Rapids, MI recycling shingles the hard way. MDOT standards are still in development. Southwind RAS helps other producers in USRAS Association. ras.us

By | May 17th, 2017|Asphalt Recycling|0 Comments

Eco Depot Asphalt Shingle Recycling


Eco Depot Waste Diversion is a multi-stream composting facility located just outside of Thunder Bay, ON in Oliver Paipoonge.

Eco Depot is addressing our growing landfill concerns in the area by offering an alternative to landfilling shingles: recycling!

Learn all about why we should recycle our asphalt shingles, and how you can make sure that the shingles on YOUR roof, end up being recycled, instead of at the landfill!

Give us a call at 476-0666 or e-mail us at information@ecodepotwd.com

By | May 16th, 2017|Asphalt Recycling|0 Comments

Stepp Asphalt recycled pot hole repairing equipment demonstration presented by Tri-State Equipment


Stepp Asphalt recycled pot hole repairing equipment demonstration presented by Tri-State Equipment Rebuilding inc for the Town of Watertown,CT. (Video#1). Tri-State Equipment Rebuilding, Inc is located in Oxford, CT. For additional information or if you would like to set up a demonstration, please call 203-267-6845. You can also visit our website at www.tristateequip.net.

By | May 15th, 2017|Asphalt Recycling|0 Comments

Shingles Recycling System – recycling asphalt shingles


Visit: www.TinsleyCompany.com for more information.

Shingles recycling system to recycle residential asphalt shingles into a granular product for asphalt industry. Before grinding the shingles the wood, metal and trash is removed. The vibratory finger screen separates the asphalt shingles from the oversized metal and wood in the recycled material. The sorted shingles are fed to a picking belt conveyor and the oversized metal, trash and wood is sent to the land fill.

A vibrating finger screen uses a natural frequency drive system with a low horsepower motor. The finger screen openings are sized to client requirements. Finger screen decks can be removed and replaced if needed. Feed end of the finger screen contains a loading deck where the material is metered into the finger screen area.

By | May 14th, 2017|Asphalt Recycling|0 Comments

KM International Portable Infrared Asphalt Heater LB2-16 (1 of 2)


KM LB2-16 “Off the Cuff” – Part 1 of 2

This 4′ x 4′ unit offers a single operator two independent zones and 16 sq. ft. of infrared powered performance.

The heating times of this unit consistently out perform any other comparable unit on the market.

The fully self-contained unit has a unique folding design that makes it easy for transport and even easier to use.

By | May 13th, 2017|Asphalt Recycling|0 Comments