The mobile granulator MBRG 2000 gently separates reclaimed asphalt into its individual components without destroying the original grain structure. In combination with an asphalt mixing plant, this creates new traffic arteries consisting of over 90% “old road surfaces”.
Recycling technologies are making inroads all over the world. This is chiefly due to the fact that the earth's resources are limited – and so that costs can be reduced.
In road construction in particular, the advantages are obvious: When renovating and upgrading roads, cold milling machines remove asphalt base layers or these are broken up. This raw material is also known as “black gold”. This is taken care of by the recycling technologies from BENNINGHOVEN – in particular the MBRG 2000 granulator. The mobile plant separates asphalt up to a slab size of 1.8 m edge length into its individual components, without destroying the original grain structure. This gentle crushing technology is the perfect precondition for nearly 100% re-use of reclaimed asphalt.
Another significant benefit of this technology is the substantially reduced generation of dust and fine particles – a decisive advantage which prevents clogging up of the transport paths and the parallel drum as far as possible. This ensures that the efficiency of the parallel drum is not significantly impaired, preventing it from even breaking down due to fine particles.
- Utilization of finite resources
- Minimal dust and noise emissions
- Minimal fines content
- Prevents blockage of the transport paths and the parallel drum to the greatest extent in the asphalt mixing plant
- Minimal wear costs