Standard Pavement Milling
Pavement milling is a technique that consists of removing a predetermined thickness of asphalt from the pavement by cold milling, without reproducing the deformities caused by the incessant and increasing passage of road traffic. This technique allows the correction of short wavelengths (bumps), while correcting the profile to promote efficient rainwater runoff. An even thickness of asphalt mix is then applied to reconstitute the wearing course.
When the deterioration of the wearing course is too great, the entire pavement is usually removed in a single pass to a thickness of 200 to 325 mm. (Depends on the machine)
Expertise in cold milling consists in choosing the most appropriate method and machine for each project. For this purpose ACI has a large fleet of machines with a width of 0.5 to 3.8 meters. These machines are equipped with a range of sensors allowing the practice of the most suitable method to accomplish your most ambitious projects.
Rural, urban, parking lots, structures, highways and major roads