The road surface is softened with radiant convection heat.
The rotary blade system dislodges the material for processing.
Additives are injected to reconstitute the new asphalt.
A heated mixing plant uniformly blends the additives with the asphalt.
The new asphalt is immediately placed to the correct slope and grade.
While still hot, the newly recycled asphalt is rolled to final compaction.
ReHEAT Asphalt Recycling minimizes the demand on oil and aggregate which are non-renewable resources.
ReHEAT Asphalt Recycling provides access to billions of gallons of petroleum contained in the asphalt on existing roads and highways. In the U.S. alone, the existing 4 million miles of roadways hold a 270 billion gallon petroleum reserve.
ReHEAT Asphalt Recycling eliminates the dumping of old asphalt into the crowded landfills.
ReHEAT Asphalt Recycling uses a dual stage incineration system to protect air quality during operation, thus providing one of the cleanest forms of emission control.
ReHEAT Asphalt Recycling utilizes propane, which is a cleaner, more environmentally sensitive sources of energy.
ReHEAT Asphalt Recycling uses 65% less energy (BTUs) to process 1 ton of asphalt than conventional methods, CO2 emissions are reduced by 65% per ton processed.
ReHEAT Asphalt Recycling has been proven to lower your carbon footprint by over 80% during construction.
ReHEAT Asphalt Recycling eliminates milling machines, asphalt plants, trucking, tack coat or shoulder restoration – Environmentally Priceless.