Through the bars, sand is sieved to make asphalt on the plant - Stock video

Dirt, Material, Stone Material, After Work, Architecture

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Stock video ID:670495090
Upload date:May 01, 2017

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Through the bars, sand is sieved to make asphalt on the plant . Fine crushed stone is divided into different size fractions by means of a screen. At the factory, the asphalt mixture is passed through a series of screens during mixing, in order to divide into the desired number of portions with a uniform distribution of asphalt concrete components. During the technological process, it is important to keep the proportion at the time of manufacture, as this affects the quality of the future road.
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