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Asphalt milling is the controlled removal and recycling of an existing asphalt pavement layer that can be removed to the desired profile creating Recycled Asphalt Pavement (RAP) that can be used as a replacement for aggregate in new asphalt materials. The Milling depths can be done in various increments to reach the required depth of asphalt removal.
Milling asphalt is an excellent approach to maintaining the road’s elevation without disturbing the sub-base. We can remove the top layer of asphalt to a specified depth in order to install the desired pavement thickness. Therefore, time and money can be saved by fixing the asphalt-damaged portion.
Among the advantages of milling are the following:
- It reduces costs. Milling is one of the most cost-effective methods of repaving.
- Recycled asphalt is produced from milled asphalt.
- Speed. Milling is the quickest alternative to resurfacing when it comes to asphalt reconstruction.