Used Road Reclaimers for sale in Nevada


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A road reclaimer or road recycler is an asphalt pavement grinder that removes old asphalt roads. Many parts of the country are suffering from infrastructure problems and deteriorating roads. Many road repairs only mill off the top layer of asphalt and replace it with overlay. This does nothing to correct structural problems. Reclaimers allow contractors to do a full-depth reclamation to the surface.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Used road reclaimers cost anywhere from $5,000 to $120,000, depending on the size and capability.

  • The top road reclaimer manufacturers include Caterpillar, CMI, Dynapac, Ingersoll-Rand, and Rex.

  • Road reclaimers pulverize the asphalt layer and mix it with the underlying base to stabilize deteriorating roadways.

  • Road reclaimers weigh on average 58863 lb.

  • Road reclaimers operate by slowly milling in reverse over asphalt.

  • When buying a used road reclaimer, ensure that the weight is evenly distributed and all components are either recently replaced, repaired, or inspected.

  • It depends on many factors such as age of machine, make/model, and how much it was used along with maintained historically. The more information you have on a machine, the easier it to determine how it stacks up and what it's worth.

  • Reclaimer operators make between $20 - $32 an hour.

  • You can learn to become a road reclaimer operator through trade school, finding an experienced operator, or an apprenticeship program.