Cold in place (CIP) recycling typically refers to milling the existing asphalt mat up to a depth of 125 mm, crushing the recycled asphalt pavement (RAP) to a maximum size of 37.5 mm, mixing a rejuvenating emulsion into the RAP and laying the material back down on the road via a regular paver or grader. Mix design optimizes the addition rate and the composition of the rejuvenating emulsion. Virgin aggregate can also be added to the CIP recycling train, if required.
12-Year Performance Review of Bloomington Road (York Region Road 40) Rehabilitation using Cold In-Place Recycling and a 6.7 mm Fine Stone Mastic Asphalt
2017-CTAA Twelve-Year Performance Review of Bloomington Road (York Region Road 40) Rehabilitation using Cold-In-Place Recycling and a 6.7mm Fine Stone Mastic Asphalt
2001 – A Twenty Year Performance Review of Cold In-Plave Recycling in North America – Croteau and Davidson
The Rehabilitation of a Concrete Pavement using In-Place Rubberization and Cold Recycling Technologies
2002-Rehabilitation of Oxford County Road 2 using Cold Recycling Technologies-Croteau, Davidson, Bhutta and Decoo
2006-Recent Development in Recycling Binders for In-place Cold Recycling of Bituminous Aggregate-Croteau J-M and Davidson K
2011 – Early Stage Curing Characteristics of Partial Depth Cold Recycling – Moore, Davidson, Kucharek and Esenwa