Pugmill Mixing & R.A.P Paving

Pugmill mixing is a process of combining different materials such as aggregates and binders in a mixing chamber called a pugmill. The pugmill has blades or paddles that rotate and mix the materials together to create a homogenous mixture. The resulting mixture can then be discharged from the pugmill and transported to the job site for use in paving roads, parking lots, or other construction projects.

RAP paving refers to the use of recycled asphalt pavement (RAP) in asphalt paving projects. RAP is the material that is removed from old asphalt pavements when they are repaired or replaced. Instead of disposing of this material, it can be reused by mixing it with new asphalt to create a recycled asphalt mix (RAM). This mix is then used in paving projects to create a new asphalt pavement. The use of RAP in paving projects helps to reduce waste and conserve natural resources.