The cold recycling technique is widely used in the requalification of road surfaces. It consists of using the milled material coming from old bituminous conglomerates and, with it, reconstitute a new bituminous conglomerate with a binder such as cold bitumen emulsion or foamed bitumen.
More in detail, the production of cold asphalt is distinguished from the hot process for the following differences:
- Removal of aggregates heating phase establishing a safer working environment, a considerable reduction of fuel consumption and almost the total elimination of emissions into the atmosphere
- Mixtures composed by 100% of recycled material while, for hot process, it is around 30%
- Possibility to do all the process phases in situ with a lot of advantages concerning operations’ speed execution and reduction of transport to and from the construction site.
Continuous mixing plants suitable for the cement mixture production, with hourly output up to 300m³/h. Designed for zero slump concrete and road basement foundations. Equipped with continuous mixer MC, the dosage of the cement is controlled by a weighing system with three loading cells set up on the cement batcher.
EURO 2 MIX/MC Mobile: Aggregates storage capacity: mc 30; Hourly output: 150mc/h
EURO 2 MIX/CMA Mobile: Aggregates storage capacity: mc 30; Hourly output: 150mc/h
EURO 3/4 MIX/MC Stationary: Aggregates storage capacity: mc 50 / 125; Hourly output: 150 / 300mc/h