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Milling Concrete

Concrete milling is the process of removing a layer of concrete from a road, bridge or parking lot in order to resurface the structure. Concrete milling is often used for heavy surface preparation on asphalt, trawled epoxy coatings, elastomeric coatings, etc. The machine cuts a 14” wide path with depths (as described by the Classes below) ranging from ⅛” to several inches depending on application.

There are five different Classes of concrete milling that can be performed. Class I concrete milling is done to remove surface irregularities. Class II is to institute a uniform depth as shown on plans. Class III is the same as Class II but includes a cross scope. Class IV milling goes to the base of the concrete. Class V milling includes going into different depths at different locations.

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