2019 Millings Rejuvenated with HS-E Blend Presentation 3e 2

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In this tutorial we share more detailed information on using asphalt millings for streets, driveways and parking lots. We also share how to tack down the fines and prevent erosion of the millings. Which are the two most common complaints. Nothing worse that to save money using millings and then ruin the wifes new floor with asphalt stains.

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Hawk Seale-E “Millings Blend” for Asphalt Millings http://hawkseale.com

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Millings have become a popular alternative for HOT asphalt and concrete for driveways, parking lots and streets.

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We receive many questions in regard to constructing and handling millings, we hope this tutorial will be of benefit to you as you consider using millings for your project.

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Getting a smooth non-erodible, non-raveling, non-tracking surface has been a challenge and are the two most common complaints of using millings. We will share the solution with you in this tutorial.

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Millings have no structural strength of their own and rely on a solid base for support. When grading in your road consider “cutting in” the road to provide natural support for the shoulders of the millings and eliminate or reduce the amount of dirt for backfilling and landscaping. Good drainage is also very important.

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Existing roads can provide the necessary base for millings. For new projects we recommend 4 to 5 inches of 2” rock be laid and compacted for the base

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Screened millings are preferred for a smooth finish. We recommend 3 to 4 inches of screened millings You want enough millings depth to prevent bringing up gravel or dirt during leveling and grading as well as while incorporating HS-E BLend .

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An advantage of using millings is they don’t require large equipment. These millings were placed and treated with Hawk Seale-E Blend to create a smooth an durable surface that will not erode or track.

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A disadvantage of Raw Millings is they tend to ravel and the “fines” tend to track into vehicles, garages and buildings; areas where they are not wanted and are also subject to erosion.

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Incorporating “Hawk Seale-E Blend” into the millings rejuvenates and softens the asphalt in the millings; then HS-E Blends co-polymers and binders help create a smoother and more durable surface.

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Hawk Seale-E Blend Non Hazardous Safe for the environment Contains a proprietary blend of acid, co-polymers and binder that rejuvenates the asphalt and re-binds the aggregate in the millings. Incorporating Hawk Seale-E Blend will create a tight durable water proof surface and reduce raveling, erosion and tracking..

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A good driver can tail gate spread your millings eliminating a lot of time and labor to prepare your project.

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Various equipment big or small can be used to incorporate Hawk Seale-E Blend solution into the top 2 to 3 inches of the millings.

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We use a pulverizer designed to work up the surface and is low maintenance and also works very well to incorporate the HS-E Blend solution into the top 2 to 3 inches of the millings

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We recommend a minimum of 4 to 5 inches of millings to to provide enough depth to prevent pulling up any rocks or dirt when grading and leveling the millings or when incorporating the HS-E solution into the millings.

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Once millings are graded we recommend incorporating Hawk Seale-E Blend into the top 2 to 3 inches of the millings with a disk, heavy drag or similar tool such as this pulverizer to rejuvenate that asphalt in the millings.

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Incorporating a total of 1 gallon of HS-E Blend solution in 3 separate passes will provide maximum saturation and penetration. When treating millings that have been previously laid and compacted they typically will not absorb more than .8 tenths of a gallon per square yard before the solution puddles and runs off. Incorporating provides a deeper more durable surface for ag equipment and aggressive 4 wheelers.

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This is the 3 rd and final pass, notice the solution is beginning to puddle in the tractor tracks, the millings at this point and will become like a slurry similar to poured concrete.

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A simple boom set up can be constructed with a Water Trash Pump and PVC. 80-50 Fan Jet nozzles were spaced every 12 inches. A valve in the line controls amount of solution going back to the tank also controls the pressure to the boom. A Tee and Valve could be added to feed a hose and wand if desired. 1.0 gallon per sq/yd of HS-E solution has been applied, we will allow 45 minutes to an hour for the solution to soften and rejuvenate the asphalt in the millings before compacting them.

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A simple boom set up can be constructed with a Water Trash Pump and PVC. 80-50 Fan Jet nozzles were spaced every 12 inches. A valve in the line controls amount of solution going back to the tank also controls the pressure to the boom. A Tee and Valve could be added to feed a hose and wand if desired. The millings will need to “setup” enough to carry the weight of the roller without rippling the millings ahead of the roller. We recommend compacting the millings several times in first 24 hours.

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Light traffic such as cars and pickups can begin immediately. Over night parking and heavy garbage trucks and farm tractors with aggressive tires should be avoided until the treated millings have fully cured.

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You will notice a carpet like feel when you walk on the surface until the treated millings have fully cured, typically in 7 to 14 days depending on temperature. The hotter the temperature the better.

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Many time property owners contact us after they have laid and compacted their millings wanting to know if HS-E can be used to seal them. While incorporation provides a deeper more durable mat, you can apply HS-E over the top of compacted millings.

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Compacted millings can be worked up again to incorporate the HS-E solution for a deeper penetration and then applying 1.0 gallon of HS-E solution to get a deeper more durable surface especially where heavy vehicles and equipment are involved. After application of HS-E the millings are then re-compacted. However many times people choose to apply HS-E solution over the top.

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In this photo a total rate of .80 gallon of solution per square yard was applied in 3 passes this will saturate and penetrate the compacted millings approximately 1” inch deep to tack down the fines, and water proof the millings and prevent the millings from eroding.

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Treated compacted millings can then be re-compacted. Traffic can begin immediately, however overnight parking should be avoided until the millings cure in about 7 to 10 days or when the carpet like softness is no longer felt when walking on them.

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1-1/2” or 2” Water trash pump 1-1/2” or 2” PVC pipe or hose Fernco connectors for connecting PVC PVC valves or Banjo Lever valves High quality garden hose for wand A stainless steel ball valve & adaptors for hose A garden sprayer wand or aluminum pipe ½” NPT Steel “80-50” Sprayer tip (asphaltsupply.com)

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Here a wand is being used to saturate the millings on a smaller project. Tanks or drums can be mounted on trucks or trailers. Sprinkle cans can be used for very small projects.

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This simple trailer sprayer was constructed by owners of a subdivision in Michigan to re-build their streets with millings.

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A simple boom set up can be constructed with a Water Trash Pump and PVC. 80-50 Fan Jet nozzles were spaced every 12 inches. A valve in the line controls amount of solution going back to the tank also controls the pressure to the boom. A Tee and Valve could be added to feed a hose and wand if desired.

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Once the treated millings have had sufficient time to set up to prevent running and rippling of the millings ahead of the roller, we recommend compacting the millings several times in the first 24 hours.

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When compacting your millings, avoid short runs back and forth, run your roller full length of the project and vary your path to avoid creating ruts, and ripples. You want to compact the millings as much as possible, while being careful to avoid over compacting and causing ripples, allow time for the millings to firm up enough to support the roller with out creating ripples on those 2 nd , 3 rd , and fourth passes .

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The shoulders should be back filled to support the millings to prevent them from sloughing off. Also remember good drainage is also important when landscaping .

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A smooth and durable surface that will not erode or track for between at 50% to 60% of the cost of “HOT” asphalt.

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We hope this tutorial has been informative and will be helpful to you in the construction of your millings project.

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Hawk Seale-E Blend Can also be used as a preservative for regular Asphalt surfaces. Hawk Seale Blend will stop the cracking and deterioration permanently with a one time application. For more information for preserving asphalt visit our website at http://hawkseale.com

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Hawk Seale Distributing LLC You can request a quote on our website http://hawkseale.com or Email us at- hawkseale@gmail.com Send us your the dimensions and type project you have and we will be happy to provide you with a quote for your project.

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Hawk Seale Distributing LLC Our Website- http://hawkseale.com Email us at- hawkseale@gmail.com Or visit our Face Book page at Hawk Seale Distributing LLC Dealers inquiries are welcome.

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