Cold milling machines from Wirtgen America Inc. remove deteriorated pavement to exacting thicknesses, so roadways may be effectively resurfaced.
The reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) can be reused in permanent hot mix asphalt plants without any additional processing. Cold milling machines from Wirtgen are also used to remove strips of asphalt pavement for utility trench work.
The complete line of 14 milling machines sold in North America is designed to meet all various requirements for processing pavement, from partial repair of small areas, to complete removal of entire road surfaces.
The line includes models from the three-wheel W 35, which offers 14-inch wide cuts for detail work around manholes, drainage inlets and cul-de-sacs, to the four-track W 2200, with its minimum cutting width of 86.6 inches (2200 mm), designed for high-volume profiling up to 13.7 inches deep.
Wirtgen's track models are designed for superior traction over a wide range of materials. They are specially suited in thin lift applications where tracks are required to support the weight of the machine.
Unlike competitive three-track models, Wirtgen four-track profilers have been proven to provide far greater cutting accuracies over a wide range of applications.