Would you like to manufacture Recycled Cellulose Fiber Additives for Asphalt from recycled cardboard? - Waste and Recycling - Recycling Systems

Stone Mastic Asphalt (SMA) is an excellent surface material for roads with heavy traffic. Adding recycled cellulose fiber into SMA results in better road surface performance. Recycled cellulose additives increase the absorptive capacity of bitumen and make the road more durable. This results in better asphalt quality and road performance, and ultimately better traffic safety. Makron has the technology to manufacture sustainable cellulose fiber from recycled raw material.

Longer maintenance cycles

Adding sustainable cellulose fiber into Stone Mastic Asphalt (SMA) makes roads more durable. This leads to a longer maintenance cycle for better cost-efficiency.

Better traffic safety

Higher quality and more durable asphalt results in better road performance and ultimately in better traffic safety.

Less deformation and fewer fractures

Cellulose fiber additives increase the absorptive capacity of bitumen, which results in better moisture resistance.

Wear-resistant asphalt

Cellulose fiber additives increase the wear resistance of bitumen.

Sustainable solution

Cellulose fiber is an ecological and sustainable solution because it is made from recycled paper and cardboard. 

Excess pulp, paper and cardboard materials are collected from various sources, for example from print houses, cardboard manufacturers and households. The recycled cardboard or paper is transported to a cellulose fiber additive manufacturing plant. Makron Fibretec production line takes care of the whole cellulose fiber additive manufacturing process, from receiving the raw material, to crushing it and processing the material at different stages, to producing a finished and packed product in either pellet or in loose form. Asphalt manufacturers then mix the cellulose fiber additive into asphalt.

Complete Production Lines

Makron offers the technology to manufacture asphalt additives from recycled cellulose fiber. Read more