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Ergon Asphalt - Locations - Cold In-Place Recycling

Cold In-Place Recycling. This map contains all Ergon Asphalt locations that carry Cold In-Place Recycling products. Click a treatment on the right to find a sales professional in your area. Each Office Location entry will have contact information, address information, and Affiliate Locations. EAE Plants.

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Search Results for "cold_in_place_recycling" - Ergon Asphalt

Cold In-Place Recycling Rehabilitation technique. Mills and recycles asphalt mixtures to depths in the range of 3/4 - 2 inches. Used to correct all pavement distresses within the recycled depth and prevent or delay reflective cracking from deeper in the structure. Click Treatment Description

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Ergon Asphalt - Success Story - Cold In-Place Recycling

Ergon Asphalt Emulsions supplied the emulsion for the CIR process. The emulsion used was a CIR- EE mixed in at a rate of 2.75%. PRS used a Caterpillar PR-1000 milling machine as part of their CIR train of equipment. The cold, wet CIR mix was deposited in a

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Recommended!Construction!Guidelines! For ... - Ergon

2020-3-27  2 1. General! ColdIin)Place!Recycling(CIR)shall!consistofmilling!and!pulverizing!(reclaiming)a!portion!ofthe!existing!Hot Mix!Asphalt!(HMA)!pavement!tothe!length ...

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West Virginia Completes First Cold In-Place Recycled ...

2014-8-20  Cold In-Place Recycling. ... The mix design specified in the Fort Martin Road contract consisted of emulsion and Portland cement and was created by Ergon Asphalt

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Cold In-Place Recycling - PPRA

Cold In-Place Recycling. A cost-effective, long-lasting, greener alternative to conventional maintenance and rehabilitation techniques. Cold In-place recycling (CIR) is a process that cold mills and recycles the top 2-5 inches of asphalt using a continuous train operation. Through the complete reuse of existing material, CIR greatly reduces ...

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Renato Ceccovilli, P.E. - Technical Manager - Ergon ...

SemMaterials. Jun 2005 - May 20094 years. I supervised the construction of Cold-in-Place Recycling and Full Depth Reclamation projects in Texas and Oklahoma as a Field Engineer, by the end of 2006 ...

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Enhancement of curing properties of cold in-place ...

2021-9-13  Cold in-place recycling (CIR) is a surface recycling tech-nique in which the upper part of the aged asphalt pavement is milled and mixed with bitumen emulsion giving rise to a stabilised base course. The upper part of the milled pavement is called reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) (Asphalt Institute 1983,1989,KishoreKumaretal.2008 ...

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Cold In-Place Recycling - PPRA

Cold recycling/rehabilitation of roadways with asphalt binders dates to the early 1900’s. Two events of the 1970’s rekindled interest in asphalt recycling and the development of Cold In-place Recycling (CIR). The two events were the petroleum crisis of the early 1970’s and the development and introduction of large scale cold planing ...

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Performance Characteristics of Cold In-Place Recycling ...

Cold in-place recycling (CIR) of asphalt pavements is a process that has successfully been used for many years. The use of CIR for rehabilitation offers many advantages over reconstruction. When looked at closely its sustainability aspects are particularly positive.

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Cold In-Place Recycling – Pavement Interactive

Cold In-Place Recycling. Cold in-place recycling (CIR) is the processing and treatment with bituminous and/or chemical additives of existing HMA pavements without heating to produce a restored pavement layer (AASHTO, 1998 [1] ). It involves the same process of cold plant mix recycling except that it is done in-place by a train of equipment.

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Cold In-Place Recycling - PPRA

Cold In-Place Recycling. A cost-effective, long-lasting, greener alternative to conventional maintenance and rehabilitation techniques. Cold In-place recycling (CIR) is a process that cold mills and recycles the top 2-5 inches of asphalt using a continuous train operation. Through the complete reuse of existing material, CIR greatly reduces ...

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Cold In-Place Recycling – Midstate Companies

Cold in-place recycling (CIR) grinds off the top 2 to 6 (5) inches of old asphalt pavement, crushes and screens it to size, mixes it with an asphalt recycling agent and sometimes other additives, then paves it on the same roadway. Topped with a chip seal or hot mix asphalt overlay, the CIR lift removes deep cracks to form a rut resistant base ...

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Cold In-Place Recycling - PPRA

Cold recycling/rehabilitation of roadways with asphalt binders dates to the early 1900’s. Two events of the 1970’s rekindled interest in asphalt recycling and the development of Cold In-place Recycling (CIR). The two events were the petroleum crisis of the early 1970’s and the development and introduction of large scale cold planing ...

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US8962071B2 - Process for cold-in-place recycling using ...

Cold-in-place asphalt recycling is disclosed. A foamed asphalt may be produced by injecting water and optionally compressed air into a hot asphalt stream. A lubricating surfactant may be added to the hot asphalt stream to improve performance. The foamed asphalt may be mixed with reclaimed material to provide a uniformly coated paving material that can compacted to a desired density.

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Overview of Project Selection Guidelines for Cold In

2021-3-18  Cold recycling (CR) consists of reclaiming of the existing asphalt pavement and includes cold planing (CP), cold in-place recycling (CIR), and cold central plant recycling (CCPR). Cold Planing (CP) Commonly referred to as milling, CP is the construction process that removes portions of the

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Renato Ceccovilli, P.E. - Technical Manager - Ergon ...

SemMaterials. Jun 2005 - May 20094 years. I supervised the construction of Cold-in-Place Recycling and Full Depth Reclamation projects in Texas and Oklahoma as a Field Engineer, by the end of 2006 ...

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Enhancement of curing properties of cold in-place ...

2021-9-13  Cold in-place recycling (CIR) is a surface recycling tech-nique in which the upper part of the aged asphalt pavement is milled and mixed with bitumen emulsion giving rise to a stabilised base course. The upper part of the milled pavement is called reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) (Asphalt Institute 1983,1989,KishoreKumaretal.2008 ...

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Asphalt Industry Seeks Input on In-Place Recycling Efforts ...

2020-2-25  NAPA and ARRA are encouraging every contractor in the United States engaged in hot in-place recycling, cold in-place recycling, cold central plant recycling and

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Cold In-Place Recycling for Asphalt Pavements in Western ...

2021-10-18  Similar to the use of reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) which WARRIP has investigated previously, cold in-place recycling is a method of pavement construction used to rehabilitate aged asphalt pavements with minimal use of additional virgin materials. This type of recycling reuses the asphalt as it is collected rather than requiring the reclaimed material to be taken off-site. The process first ...

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US8962071B2 - Process for cold-in-place recycling using ...

Cold-in-place asphalt recycling is disclosed. A foamed asphalt may be produced by injecting water and optionally compressed air into a hot asphalt stream. A lubricating surfactant may be added to the hot asphalt stream to improve performance. The foamed asphalt may be mixed with reclaimed material to provide a uniformly coated paving material that can compacted to a desired density.

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COLD IN-PLACE RECYCLING

2016-3-22  3. Cold In-Place Recycling With Expanded Asphalt Mix (CIR EAM / Foam) Technology, Shatec Engineering Consultants, LLC, July 1, 2013. 4. AASHTO Guide for Design of Pavement Structures 1993, published by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, 444 Capitol Street N.W., Suite 249, Washington, D.C. 2000. 5.

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COLD IN-PLACE RECYCLING (CIR) ASPHALT - TECHNICAL ...

2012-2-20  the Cold In-place Recycling (CIR) to the Engineer. Approval of the Contractor or Subcontractor performing the CIR is at the discretion of the Engineer. 1) Emulsion and emulsion supplier. Identification that the proposed recycling emulsion has been successfully used on at least five (5) other CIR asphalt projects in California over the past five (5)

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Cold In-Place Recycling - PPRA

Cold recycling/rehabilitation of roadways with asphalt binders dates to the early 1900’s. Two events of the 1970’s rekindled interest in asphalt recycling and the development of Cold In-place Recycling (CIR). The two events were the petroleum crisis of the early 1970’s and the development and introduction of large scale cold planing ...

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Overview of Project Selection Guidelines for Cold In

2021-3-18  Cold recycling (CR) consists of reclaiming of the existing asphalt pavement and includes cold planing (CP), cold in-place recycling (CIR), and cold central plant recycling (CCPR). Cold Planing (CP) Commonly referred to as milling, CP is the construction process that removes portions of the

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In-Place Pavement Recycling: VDOT Experiences and

2018-10-8  –Cold in-place recycling (CIR) –Cold central-plant recycling (CCPR) • Differences –Location thickness . 6 Full-Depth Reclamation –Bound layers, agg base, and subgrade –Creates a stabilized base course –4 to 12 inches . 7 Cold In-Place Recycling –Within the asphalt layers

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Enhancement of curing properties of cold in-place ...

2021-9-13  Cold in-place recycling (CIR) is a surface recycling tech-nique in which the upper part of the aged asphalt pavement is milled and mixed with bitumen emulsion giving rise to a stabilised base course. The upper part of the milled pavement is called reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) (Asphalt Institute 1983,1989,KishoreKumaretal.2008 ...

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Asphalt Industry Seeks Input on In-Place Recycling Efforts ...

2020-2-25  NAPA and ARRA are encouraging every contractor in the United States engaged in hot in-place recycling, cold in-place recycling, cold central plant recycling and

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Hot In-Place Recycling - PPRA

Hot In-Place Recycling. 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. All HIR sub-disciplines consist of ...

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