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How long will it take the patch to harden completely?

2014-02-24T17:46:47-05:00

As noted on the bag, QPR is specifically designed to remain somewhat pliable after application. This allows the product to continue to fill small voids and crevices, through continued compaction. Totally filling these voids prevents water (and in the winter – ice) from getting into the repaired area, and ultimately [...]

How long will it take the patch to harden completely?2014-02-24T17:46:47-05:00

Who will operate the pugmill during production?

2014-02-24T18:16:38-05:00

We have pugmill operators who are trained to operate our equipment as efficiently and safely as possible. All quotations will include one of our operators.

Who will operate the pugmill during production?2014-02-24T18:16:38-05:00

Can your pugmill be used to rejuvenate recycled asphalt pavement? (RAP)

2014-02-24T18:16:03-05:00

It most certainly can. All that is required from your end is to crush the RAP down to a manageable size such as ¾”. Our equipment has a spray bar at the end of the unit so that once your rejuvenating tanker is connected to our pugmill, it will properly [...]

Can your pugmill be used to rejuvenate recycled asphalt pavement? (RAP)2014-02-24T18:16:03-05:00

Do I have to meet the QPR aggregate specification?

2014-02-24T18:10:58-05:00

Yes you do. The reason for this is that our gradation has been specifically crafted in order to generate a high performing spec. The gradation we have provided you will provide your material with the best chance to perform.

Do I have to meet the QPR aggregate specification?2014-02-24T18:10:58-05:00

How long will it take to produce a full load of QPR?

2014-02-24T18:10:11-05:00

If you are looking for a full load of material, or 800 tons, with a production rate of 300 tons per hour, we can have this load completed within three hours.

How long will it take to produce a full load of QPR?2014-02-24T18:10:11-05:00