Cold recyclers are used to prepare asphalt pavement on site. In this process, the existing pavement is granulated with the milling and mixing rotor and prepared by adding precise amounts of bituminous binding agents, cement and water. The result is a homogeneous material that can be used to directly repave the surface. Soil stabilisers use the milling and mixing rotor to mix pre-spread binding agents such as lime or cement into the existing, less stable soil and transform it into a high-quality material directly on site.
The recyclers have a variable mixing chamber and microprocessor-controlled injection systems for the addition of bitumen emulsion, water and foamed bitumen. In the soil stabilization process, the all-wheel drive, all-terrain machines mix binding agents into existing soils, producing load-bearing soils with ideal properties for further roadworks. In the cold recycling process, the existing pavement is milled off and the milled material is then homogeneously mixed with the added binding agents. The new mix of materials then serves as a basis for base courses.
Spreading large quantities of binding agents while adhering to the specified accuracy at the same time is of paramount importance in both soil stabilization and cold recycling. The sophisticated binding agent spreaders from Streumaster meet these requirements with superior ease. In addition, our comprehensive product portfolio takes due account of both different performance requirements and the availability of tractor vehicles. The binding agent spreaders from Streumaster are therefore on offer in various model designs: as attachment units, trailers, built-up units for mounting on a carrier vehicle, or self-propelled spreading machines. And what’s more: Combining Streumaster binding agent spreaders with the tried and tested WIRTGEN stabilizers and recyclers offers a complete solution for soil stabilization and cold recycling.
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