COLD PLANERS / ASPHALT MILLING MACHINES
Powerful and well-balanced, Roadtec asphalt milling machines will outwork the competition.
Compact milling machine with a base cutting width of 48" and a depth of 12"
Light weight half-lane cold planer with maximum cut depth of 13" and optional cut widths of 79" or 86"
Versatile milling machine with a cutting depth of 13" and a width of 86"
Perfect machine for obstacles - allows to cut flush on both the left and right hand side
Milling machine with the ability to cut 14" deep and 120" wide
Most productive milling machine available - Can cut 14" deep and 13 feet wide
Our Cold Planers offer solid design, simple troubleshooting, and low cost of operation. Three of the four Roadtec asphalt milling machines are available in both 3-track and 4-track configurations, and each Roadtec machine is compatible with the exclusive Guardian Remote Telematics system. The Roadtec Milling Machine has been carefully designed and optimized over the past 39 years to create the highest quality machine in the industry. Get in contact today to learn more!
Asphalt milling, also known as asphalt grinding, is performed by heavy-duty pieces of construction equipment known as milling machines or cold planers. Within milling machines, there is a large rotating drum that removes and grinds the asphalt surface. This rotating drum holds the carbide cutters that actually cut the pavement.
The carbide cutters are positioned in such a way that after being cut, the milled pavement is automatically moved to the center of the drum. The pavement is then loaded onto a conveyor belt attached to the milling machine. Most modern machines use a front-loading conveyor system that also picks up any pavement that falls off the conveyor during milling.
Water is generally applied to the drum while it's grinding the pavement. This helps to reduce the extreme heat produced by the milling machine, as well as minimize any airborne dust caused by the milling process.