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  • Minimizing Minus No. 200 Mesh (.pdf)
    . “It absorbs a large percentage of your asphalt. content,” Cowan says. “Bottom line, the more minus No. 200 mesh you separate out, the less asphalt is required. That’s less. in costs per ton, and more in profit.”. Cowan is crusher superintendent for Odessa, Texas-based Jones Bros. Dirt & Paving Contractors
  • ARMEX (R) Cleaning and Coating Removal Systems Produce a "Miracle" on Main Street
    , and follow-up. However, within weeks a unique opportunity changed this game plan substantially. Hamilton is a city of 500,000 and the center of steel production in Canada. Like any other city of its size, Hamilton has miles and miles of asphalt streets and highways with lines and traffic markings that must
  • School Looks Ahead to Future Growth: IA Q and Sustainability are Features of the School (.pdf)
    , large. asphalt areas were replaced by concrete or. landscaping to reduce heat islands, and. creeping fig was planted around build-. ing exteriors. Combined, these efficiency. measures now save the school 28 percent. annually on electricity costs, said HECO,. “which translates into nearly $32,000 per
  • Case Study - Blasting and Surface Preparation
    . Engineered Solutions. Quick Delivery. Literature. Brochures. Manuals. Drawings. Newsletters. Home. Products. Blog. Videos. Compressed Air & Gas Resources. Engineering Toolbox. Glossary. Knowledge Base & FAQ. Markets Served. Blasting and Surface Preparation. Bottling. Concrete, Asphalt and Aggregate
  • Case Study - Single Tower Freedom Dryer for Mobile Blasting
    . Engineered Solutions. Quick Delivery. Literature. Brochures. Manuals. Drawings. Newsletters. Home. Products. Blog. Videos. Compressed Air & Gas Resources. Engineering Toolbox. Glossary. Knowledge Base & FAQ. Markets Served. Blasting and Surface Preparation. Bottling. Concrete, Asphalt and Aggregate
  • SPCC Compliance Solutions (.pdf)
    , synthetic oils,. mineral oils, oil refuse or oil mixed with wastes other than dredged spoil.” [40 CFR 112.2]. Petroleum oils include: • crude oil. • fuel oils. • refined petroleum products. • mineral oils. • asphalt. • naphtha. • gasoline. • mixtures of these oils. Animal fats and oils include: • fats