The video “How It’s Made: Asphalt Pavers” aims to help people understand how to make asphalt pavers. Different types of asphalt pavers vary in size and function. Most people use the pavers for driveways, sidewalks, parking lots, and roads.
Paver machines use aggregate, mineral fillers, cement, bitumen, and pourable material to create a surface layer on your driveway or parking lot. The paver is responsible for spreading tar on the road surface. One of the most critical components in paving is aggregate material. You mix the aggregate materials, such as limestone or bitumen, with the hot asphalt glue.
Afterward, you spray the mixture onto the surface before it cools to form a solid layer that withstands moisture and heavy traffic. It cools very quickly when you mix the concrete with water and apply it to the road surface. While this is happening, you need to mix the cement with asphalt further. The result is a slurry that you can pour onto the road surface quickly and easily.
The asphalt pave layer goes on first, giving the concrete surface a smooth finish before getting ready for traffic. The layer must be thick enough to ensure the paver will not break through during installation. It should also not over-finish the top layer of concrete slurry. The asphalt paver must be in top condition to pour out an even surface. Such a paver will make an excellent first impression on your home or business.