Specifications include, but are not limited to: Grind until the surface of both sides of the transverse joints and cracks are in the same plane and meet the required smoothness.
Provide a uniform finished texture.
Perform grinding in a longitudinal direction. Begin and end grinding at lines normal to the pavement centerline.
Do not cause damage to the underlying surface of the pavement.
Do not use equipment that causes damage to the transverse or longitudinal joints.
Provide a resulting surface in a parallel, corrugated type texture consisting of grooves between 0.090 and 0.150 inches wide. Create a distance between the grooves of between 0.060 and 0.13 inches. Make peaks of the ridges approximately 1/16 inch higher than the bottom of the grooves. Maintain cross slope drainage.
Provide uniform transverse slope of the pavement with no depressions or misalignment of slope greater than ¼ inch in 10 ft when tested with a 10 ft straightedge.
Seal corrected areas in BWC, OGSC, HMA, and SMA with a flush coat application.
Apply the emulsion according to UDOT Specification 02748 for tack coat.
All residue from the grinding process becomes property and responsibility of the Contractor.
Use vacuuming equipment to remove residue and excess water