of our crushed products are manufactured from 8 inches diameter
cobblestone. When crushed down to the finer sizes, it is a 100
percent crushed product with fresh cleavage planes on all faces.
(3/8 inch) Chips – These are used to manufacture
Bituminous concrete; in macadam surface treatments (seal coating);
it is also blended in with D.G.A. material. Used as a driveway “top
(3/4 inch) Clean Crushed Stone
– This product is used in many applications – in ready
mixed concrete; in Bituminous concrete (black top); as a leveling
and bedding material under concrete slabs; in filter beds of septic
systems; in foundations drains, French drains; combination drains;
½ inch crushed
– This material is about 85 percent crushed and is used for
“track pads”; drains fields; and sometimes used in the
installation of a new stone base for driveways, as a sub-base.
(1 inch) crushed - This material is used for “track pads”; drains fields; and sometimes used in the
installation of a new stone base for driveways.
Process Type 5, Class A (D.G.A.)
– This dense graded aggregate is a non plastic material
that we manufacture by crushing down 8 inch cobblestone to minus 1
½ inch size material. This results in a 100 percent crush count. It
is a blend of all sizes from the top 1 ½ inch down to a minus 200
size stone powder. This material is easily leveled and compacts to a
very dense, concrete like surface.
most often recommend this product for use as an aggregate base
course for driveways, parking areas, roads and streets. Pipe line
contractors request this material when repairing streets. It
replaces the material they take out of the ditch and insures good
compaction without settlement and can also be applied as a compacted
layer under the pipe for bedding.
– This widely used as an anti skid abrasive material during
the winter months by many townships and municipalities. Generally,
it is blended with rock salt for that purpose, by the various
purchasers to their own specifications.
block manufactures use these Grits to make a stronger block and
reduce cement content. It is used to manufacture concrete pavers;
concrete burial vaults; and lawn ornaments. French drains are
another application as well as being used in bituminous concrete for
tennis court mixes.
product also is in great demand by golf courses for use as a
drainage media under their golf greens