Hall Brothers Incorporated is in the hot mix business. Currently we have 3 asphalts plants located in North Central and Northeast Kansas.
These plants are capable of producing 300 tons of hot mix per hour.
We have numerous paving crews who pave parking lots, secondary roads, highways and interstates throughout the state of Kansas.
Hall Brothers paving crews have been recognized locally and nationally for their high quality and safety.
Call Us Now: (785) 562-2386
105 Industrial Rd.
Concordia, KS 66901
7051 S. FM 51
Paradise, TX 76073
1196 Pony Express Hwy.
Marysville, KS 66508
Axys Projects 101: The steps to asphalt
Job Site Storage Tanks – If mix is being delivered, on-site storage tanks must be made available and be capable of a full sweep mixing system to ensure a homogenous mix.
Surface Preparation – All surfaces to be treated should be blown or swept to remove any loose material on the surface. Assess the surroundings as to protection needed for vegetation, curbs, etc.
Two separate application coats are required.
Ensure uniform coverage: Keep same thickness in all areas. First coat should be 0.10 to 0.15 gallons per square yard; the total recommended quantity after second coat is 0.25 gallons per square yard minimum. A third application may be necessary in high traffic areas.
Equipment: Acceptable application methods are: hand sprayer, motorized distributor, and squeegees.
Allow for complete dry time before traffic is permitted on surface and striping takes place
Temperature: apply only when pavement and air temperature is above 60?F and rising; do not apply when the temperature is projected to be below 32?F within 72 hours before or after application.
Moisture: Do not apply surface treatment material during rain, when road surface moisture is present, or during adverse weather conditions.