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hot in place asphalt recycling

Welcome to Hot In-Place Recycling by Gallagher Asphalt

Hot In-Place Recycling was pioneered by Gallagher Asphalt Corporation—one of the oldest and largest asphalt producers in the state of Illinois. We’ve been building roads for over 80 years and recycling

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Recycle Process

The heater scarification process lets you resurface 13 miles with a budget that only

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Benefits

Hot In-Place Recycling does more than just reduce costs by rejuvenating surfaces to

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FAQs

Q. Why is a surface course or surface treatment required AFTER HIR? A. HIR

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News

Hot In-Place Recycling in the News. “Atlanta Streets on Fire with New Method of

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Project Spotlight

Using Hot In-Place Recycling (HIR), Ingham County was able to rejuvenate their old

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Testimonials

“The Hot In-Place Pavement Recycling Process is a proven cost-effective method

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Affiliations

Hot In-Place Recycling National Affiliations. FHWA-Approved Pavement Preservation ...

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References

Hot In-Place Recycling References. FHWA-Approved Pavement Preservation ... Get

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Videos

Hot In-Place Recycling Savings. FHWA-Approved Pavement Preservation

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Contact

Instead of putting it off, downsizing it or outright canceling it, you need to discuss the

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Hot-In-Place Recycling Dustrol, INC

What is Hot-in-Place Recycling? Hot-In-Place recycling, or HIR, is an efficient process used to repair and rehabilitate deteriorated bituminous streets and highways on-site with specialized equipment. Our MARS ® system (Mobile Asphalt Recycling System) is the newest method of rejuvenating asphalts of up to 2 inches or more.

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About this site

1.1 This procedure is used to determine the properties of an asphalt pavement to be hot in-place recycled, the amount of rejuvenating agent to be used in hot in-place recycling, and to design the hot in-place recycled mix. 2. APPARATUS. 2.1 Vacuum extractor capable of performing AASHTO T 164, Method D. 2.2 ...

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About this site

Hot in-place recycling (HIPR) is a technology that promises to reduce energy consumption and lower the cost of hot mix asphalt (HMA) pavement rehabilitation. The traditional method of recycling HMA pavement in Washington State is to grind the top layer of

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Hot In-Place Recycling - PPRA

Hot In-place Recycling (HIR) is an on-site, in-place pavement preservation and corrective maintenance technique that when combined with an asphalt overlay can be classified as structural rehabilitation. There are three sub-disciplines of HIR; Surface Recycling, Remixing and Repaving.

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Hot In Place Asphalt Recycling (HIPAR)

Hot-In-Place-Asphalt-Recycling is defined as a process of correcting asphalt pavement surface distress by softening the existing surface with heat, mechanically removing the pavement surface, mixing with recycling agent, possibly adding virgin asphalt and/or aggregate and replace it on the pavement without removing the recycled material from

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Hot In-Place Recycling - PPRA

Hot In-place Recycling (HIR) is an on-site, in-place pavement preservation and corrective maintenance technique that when combined with an asphalt overlay can be classified as structural rehabilitation. There are three sub-disciplines of HIR; Surface Recycling, Remixing and Repaving.

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Hot In-Place Recycling - Asphalt Recycling and Reclaiming ...

Apr 01, 2021  Hot in-place recycling provides a very low cost maintenance strategy that enables the public works official to effectively re-use existing materials. This process demonstrates that asphalt is a rather unique construction material in that it can be effectively and economically restored.

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Hot In-Place Recycling – Pavement Interactive

Hot in-place recycling (HIR) is a less common form of hot asphalt recycling. There are three basic HIR construction processes in use, all of which involve a specialized plant in a continuous train operation (FHWA, 2001c [1]):. Heater scarification (Figure 1).

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Evaluation of Hot In-Place Recycle

Hot in-place recycling (HIPR) is a technology that promises to reduce energy consumption and lower the cost of hot mix asphalt (HMA) pavement rehabilitation. The traditional method of recycling HMA pavement in Washington State is to grind the top layer of

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Ergon Asphalt - Hot In-Place Recycling

Hot In-Place Recycling (HIR) is an environmentally friendly, cost-effective method for rehabilitating worn asphalt pavements, increasing friction and addressing distresses such as large cracks and ruts. During the HIR process, up to 2 inches of existing pavement are heated, milled and then mixed with an asphalt binder and other additives as needed.

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Hot In-Place Recycling

Hot In-Place Recycling (HIR) is an on-site, in-place, pavement rehabilitation method that consists of heating, scarifying, softening, mixing, placing and re-compacting the existing bituminous pavement.

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Hot In-Place Asphalt Recycling RecyclePave

RecyclePave is a world leader in Hot In-Place Asphalt Recycling. RecyclePave is a world leader in Hot In-Place Asphalt Recycling . Home. About. Market Update. Video. History. Technical. Contact. Our Partner. More. ASPHALT SYSTEMS. TM. Recycl ePave. see: fixbchip. This is Recycled Asphalt . Trans-Canada Highway.

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Hot In-Place Recycling Project Spotlight

Using Hot In-Place Recycling (HIR), Ingham County was able to rejuvenate their old asphalt roads resulting in significant cost savings, as compared to conventional methods. Performing edge milling before HIR allowed Ingham County to also successfully utilize the process on curb and gutter streets.

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Hot In-Place Recycling Recycle Process

The heater scarification process lets you resurface 13 miles with a budget that only covers 10 miles. Heater scarification is an in-place road surface rehabilitation process. It restores cracked, brittle, and irregular, worn asphalt pavement in preparation for a final thin wearing course as selected by the awarding authority.

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Hot-in-Place Asphalt Recycling Yields Benefits for Road ...

Jan 03, 2018  2. Surface repaving involves recycling the top 1 to 2 inches of pavement and placing a new hot-mix asphalt layer atop the recycled layer in a single pass of the equipment, followed by compaction.. 3. Surface remixing blends old and new asphalt with additives and additional aggregates. The new mixture is applied, and the roadway is compacted. A final wearing surface can be applied

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Blog Hot In-Place Recycling

Aug 04, 2020  Hot In-Place Recycling Blog. Planning for Road Maintenance Impacts of COVID-19. December 17, 2020. Road management is always challenging. We always have more roads to fix than budget to fix it with. ... hot in place asphalt recycling (4) Benefits; Recycle Process; FAQs; News; Project Spotlight; Testimonials; Affiliations; References; Videos ...

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Hot In-place Asphalt Recycling - YouTube

Hot In-place Asphalt Recycling by Bettis AsphaltPlease contact Bettis Asphalt at bettisasphalt with any questions.

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Hot in-place asphalt recycling machine - Lloyd, Peter

Mar 07, 2005  A hot-in-place machine for recycling and repaving of an existing asphalt-based pavement, the paving machine being operable in both paving and transportation modes, comprising: a main frame having a plurality of attachment points, including rear attachment points; a plurality of retractable main frame wheels connected to and depending from the ...

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Hot In-Place Recycling - Asphalt Recycling and Reclaiming ...

Apr 01, 2021  Hot in-place recycling provides a very low cost maintenance strategy that enables the public works official to effectively re-use existing materials. This process demonstrates that asphalt is a rather unique construction material in that it can be effectively and economically restored.

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Hot In-Place Recycling

Hot In-Place Recycling (HIR) is an on-site, in-place, pavement rehabilitation method that consists of heating, scarifying, softening, mixing, placing and re-compacting the existing bituminous pavement.

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Hot In-Place Asphalt Recycling RecyclePave

RecyclePave is a world leader in Hot In-Place Asphalt Recycling. RecyclePave is a world leader in Hot In-Place Asphalt Recycling . Home. About. Market Update. Video. History. Technical. Contact. Our Partner. More. ASPHALT SYSTEMS. TM. Recycl ePave. see: fixbchip. This is Recycled Asphalt . Trans-Canada Highway.

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Highway Rehab. Corp., United States, Hot In place asphalt ...

Hot In-Place Mill Recycling is an on-site, in-place recycling method that rehabilitates and restores deteriorated asphalt pavement minimizing the use of new materials. It is a pavement preservation technique that is cost-effective, extends pavement life, improves safety and motorist satisfaction.

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Hot In Place Recycling - Tropical Asphalt

Hot-in-place is a form of hot asphalt recycling that is not commonly used. It is an on-method, on-form and on-site method of rehabilitating and repairing bituminous pavements thus minimizing the use of material. This process effectively restores rather than sink the damaged pavements into the soil.

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Hot in-place asphalt recycling machine - Lloyd, Peter

Mar 07, 2005  A hot-in-place machine for recycling and repaving of an existing asphalt-based pavement, the paving machine being operable in both paving and transportation modes, comprising: a main frame having a plurality of attachment points, including rear attachment points; a plurality of retractable main frame wheels connected to and depending from the ...

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Dustrol’s approach to hot in-place recycling Asphalt ...

Dustrol refers to this process of deep-treatment, hot-in-place recycling as MARS—Mobile Asphalt Recycling System. The MARS Process “The types of distresses that lend themselves to the MARS process are in the top 2 to 3 inches of pavement—alligator or cold temperature cracking, oxidation and minor rutting, not roads with structural issues ...

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Hot In-Place Recycling - Ergon Asphalt

The recycled asphalt surface shall be allowed to cure for a minimum of 24 hours prior to placing the wearing course. The final surface course/treatment shall be applied within 21 days after placement of the recycled mat. 5.6 Weather Limitations Milled Hot In-Place recycling operations shall

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Should You Use Hot or Cold in Place Recycling for Your ...

Jan 01, 2018  Both hot in-place recycling (HIR) and cold in-place recycling (CIR) eliminate the cost of transporting, processing and stockpiling recycled asphalt pavement (RAP) while eliminating the

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In-Place Recycling

Using Hot In-Place Recycling to Ensure Success: Rathbun, John: 2016-10-12: Hot In-Place Recycling in Denver: Kennedy, Pat: 2015-10-20: Construction Specifications for Hot In-Place Recycling: Aschenbrener, Tim: 2014-08-06: Hot In-Place Recycling in Denver: Kennedy, Pat: 2014-08-06: Hot In-Place Recycling in Mequon, WI: Hoppe, William: 2013-09-11 ...

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In-place pavement recycling Asphalt magazine

Hot In-Place Recycling (HIR) – Surface Recycling – softening of the asphalt bound surface through heating and scarifying (1 to 2 inches) with tines or a milling head. The scarified material is mixed with a rejuvenating agent (recycling agent), placed with standard hot mix asphalt paver and compacted.

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Hot In-Place Asphalt Recycling

The Ecopaver 400 Multi-Stage Recycler performs a pavement rehabilitation method known as Hot In-Place Asphalt Recycling (HIPAR). Enabled by Ecopave’s superior Multi-Stage Hot Milling Process it can heat, remove, rejuvenate and relay asphalt pavement to a depth of 50 mm (2”) at up to 4 lane kilometers (2.5 miles) per day.

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Hot In-Place Asphalt Recycling - ecopavesystems

Hot In-Place Asphalt Recycling with the Ecopaver 400. Step 1. Preheat and Hot Mill the pavement surface to a depth of 50 mm. Step 2. Add a rejuvenator and up to 30% new asphalt mix. Step 3. Relay and compact with conventional paver and rollers.

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Ergon Asphalt - Hot In-Place Recycling

Hot In-Place Recycling (HIR) is an environmentally friendly, cost-effective method for rehabilitating worn asphalt pavements, increasing friction and addressing distresses such as large cracks and ruts. During the HIR process, up to 2 inches of existing pavement are heated, milled and then mixed with an asphalt binder and other additives as needed.

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