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What is Hot Mix Asphalt Pavement? - Asphalt Pavement ...

Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) is a combination of approximately 95% stone, sand, or gravel bound together by asphalt cement, a product of crude oil. Asphalt cement is heated aggregate, combined, and mixed with the aggregate at an HMA facility. The resulting Hot Mix Asphalt is loaded into trucks for transport to the paving site.

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EDC-1: Warm Mix Asphalt | Federal Highway Administration

Why does warm mix asphalt?

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Hot Mix Asphalt | Asphalt Calculator | Calculate Aggregate ...

Hot mix asphalt (HMA) pavement refers to the bound layers of a flexible pavement structure. Asphalt pavement material is a precisely engineered product composed of about 95 percent stone, sand, and gravel by weight, and about 5 percent asphalt cement, a petroleum product. Asphalt cement acts as the glue to hold the pavement together.

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Asphalt Hot Mix - Video Results

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Three Hot Mix Asphalt Types

Jan 14, 2019 · Widely used for its convenience, hot mix asphalt is the most common used flexible pavement in the US. It is also known as blacktop or bitumen, and sometimes just hot mix. Hot mix pavements are classified mainly as dense-graded mixes, stone matrix mixes, and open-graded hot mix asphalt. There are also other types of asphalt but are limited to maintenance and rehabilitation works.

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Hot Mix vs Cold Mix Asphalt - Advantages and Disadvantages

As the name implies, hot mix asphalt is a mixture of aggregate like gravel and sand and asphalt cement that requires heating before installation. Hot mix asphalt is heated at the production facility to a temperature of 300 to 350 degrees before being shipped and laid at the job site. Hot-mix asphalt cools quickly to allow for quicker installation.

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HOT MIX ASPHALT – McAsphalt

Hot mix asphalt (HMA) consists of a combination of aggregate uniformly mixed and coated with asphalt cement. To dry the aggregates and to obtain sufficient fluidity of asphalt cement for proper mixing and workability, both the aggregate and asphalt must be heated prior to mixing—hence the term “hot mix.”

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Understanding the differences between hot mix asphalt and ...

Hot mix asphalt or HMA is the designation given to asphalt mixtures that are heated and poured at temperatures between 300 and 350 degrees Fahrenheit. This type of asphalt is the most commonly used asphalt type in the United States for highways, interstates and roads due to its flexibility, weather resistance and ability to repel water.

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Pavement Manual: Hot-Mix Asphalt Pavement Mixtures

Hot-mix asphalt (HMA) is a generic term that includes many different types of mixtures of aggregate and asphalt cement (binder) produced at elevated temperatures (generally between 300-350ºF) in an asphalt plant.

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Mix Types - Pavement Interactive

The most common type of flexible pavement surfacing in the U.S. is hot mix asphalt (HMA). Hot mix asphalt is known by many different names such as hot mix, asphalt concrete (AC or ACP), asphalt, blacktop or bitumen. For clarity, this Guide makes a conscious effort to consistently refer to this material as HMA. HMA is distinguished by its design and production methods (as described in this Guide) and includes traditional dense-graded mixes as well as stone matrix asphalt (SMA) and various open-gr

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