A partial-depth patch is used to maintain/repair low and medium severity distresses, such as corrugations, depressions, rutting, shoving, slippage cracking, swelling, and existing patches. Partial-depth patch procedural steps are identical to full-depth patch. The one exception is that when saw cutting the pavement, control the patch depth to only allow cutting to the depth required for the repair. Furthermore, removal of the material in the area is usually performed with a cold milling or cold planing device. If the material has delaminated from the layer below, a light-weight jackhammer (10 to 17 pounds) and/or a shovel or equipment bucket may be used to remove the material from the repair area.

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