The cold recycling technique is widely used in the requalification of road surfaces. It consists in 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:
Continuous mixing plants suitable for the cement mixture production, with hourly output up to 300 m3/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 3 loading cells set up on the cement batcher.