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If you’re interested in learning more about non-nuclear, rapid density measurement of asphalt or soil, the research team at TransTech Systems, Inc. offers a detailed deep dive into their impedance-based technical approach to measuring the dielectric constants below the surface. Learn how Maxwell’s Equations help solve for your best quality control via non-nuclear density reading, even considering surface water.
Download this handy guide for five best practices that everyone from crusher operators to on-site mechanics need to keep in mind to ensure the crusher gives its best performance.
Learn what FMCSA data logging means for your operation, which new practices improve mix loadout and fleet management, how to enhance haul truck components for improved safety and workflow, and tips for better paving performance through excellent asphalt mix delivery.
Keep equipment in excellent repair and it will keep you in business. One of the first steps in any operator’s equipment training should be how to clean and maintain the machine. Complete the form below to receive a clear and concise guide for daily, weekly and routine maintenance for the heart of your paving train.
Whether you need to obtain the permit for your first plant or your fourth, use this guidance to help you prepare for town hall meetings, zoning meetings and additional steps in the asphalt plant permitting process.
Around North America, DOTs and agencies recognize that placing a safety edge on a rural roadway saves lives. With more of these edges being specified, you can bet your crew will be called upon to put one down. Do it right from start to yes-we-can-compact-this finish with this clear and concise guide from your staff at AsphaltPro magazine. We’ve taken a close look at technology and techniques to give you the steps for building a gently sloping safety edge.
Before you can recommend a pavement maintenance method for your new client, you must evaluate what’s taking place on his pavement surface or in its base. From types of cracking to oxidation severity, you get to be the pavement doctor performing diagnosis and suggesting treatment.
When the paving season draws to a close many owners’ thoughts turn to a winter repair regimen for their asphalt plants. Most asphalt plant operators have a list of trouble spots they’ve accumulated during the season, but components are often overlooked when they’ve been trouble-free. A thorough plant review can go a long way toward assuring that no parts get neglected.
Request a copy of this comprehensive 25-page inspection checklist, developed over 20 seasons of involvement with asphalt plants in various parts of North America now to make sure nothing has been missed.