Q. What can a rotomill be used for
other than milling streets?
A. Rotomill machines are commonly used
to excavate and grade areas without using additional equipment. Rotomills
also are used to core out mainline pavement, gravel shoulders
and golf cart paths.
Q. What does it take to complete
a rotomilling project?
A. Typically, a rotomill uses one or two
operators and needs 200-1,000 gallons of water every hour
and a half. The crew also needs trucks to haul material
away and traffic control.
Q. How deep can the rotomill cut
in one pass?
A. Most of our fleet can cut up to 12
inches deep in one pass.
Q. How fast can a rotomill load a
A. Depending on size of the truck and
the rotomill, most tandem trucks are loaded in 45 seconds
to 2 minutes depending on the material being milled and
the depth of the cut.