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Anyone ever use recycled concrete? | Heavy Equipment Forums

 · Jan 1, 2021. Messages: 51. Location: Kentucky. A local company sells concrete crushed to the same size as #3 stone for $8.50/ton. It''s not as uniform as #3 stone as it has some smaller pieces. The company claims it supports weight better than stone due to the shape of the chunks. I''m thinking about trying a load.

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7 Different Crushed Stone Sizes and Their Applications

 · Specialty Crushed Stone #57 – This category refers to a stone that is about 3/4 inch long. Most typically use it for concrete mix, landscaping, and drainage. #67 – Crushed stone #67 includes stone that is 3/4 inch or smaller in size. #67 is a great material for road and slab base as well as fill.

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Ultimate Guide to Using Crushed Stone for Landscaping

 · Crushed stone is a bit larger than pea gravel, and its sizes of individual stones vary a lot more. It also is rougher to the touch and jagged. Reasons to Use Crushed Stone for Landscaping. Crushed stone can be very versatile for landscaping. It can provide support for construction, it can be a decorative addition alongside flowerbeds and ...

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Define "WASHED" rock | Heavy Equipment Forums

 · In Michigan "washed aggregate" is crushed to the correct spec. Than feed through a wash plant. The stone is processed through a wet screener where it is sized and sprayed with high pressure water jets, and depending on how "dirty" the stone is some producers opt to run the stone through a log washer.

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French Drain

 · Crushed stone will work as well as river rock as long as it is screened to one size so that all the sand and stone dust has been removed. A couple of inches under the pipe and back fill to at least a foot above the pipe with the stone then switch to clean sand up to your topsoil elevation if your crossing a lawn or up to the road base if your in a driveway. 3/4" crushed rock works well for this.

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CRUSHED STONE

Crushed stone is often used in construction projects like foundations and drainage. Other common uses are driveways and landscaping. Crushed Stone sizes Available; 1/4 inch chip Stone (Gray) 1/4 inch Chip Stone is an excellent choice for permeable joint filling, base …

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Remove crushed stone to ore in large ...

 · Another option would be to store the crushed stone in a separate cargo container, and connect it to the constructor only when you actually needed something made out of stone (like concrete blocks). The odds that you''re going to need something made with crushed stone in the same production queue as something made from non-stone seems quite low.

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Correct backfill material

 · The best structural material to use for drainage is 3/4 clean crushed stone. Using all clean crushed stone as backfill can invite "surface" water down to the sides and bottom of your pool. That is why it is imperative to have a perforated pipe at the lowest point of any stone installed that out falls into a sump or daylight.

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Crushed stone

 · If you can get the smaller crushed stone it is a better product than sand. If you go with sand, make it the coarsest sand you can get - the really fine stuff is too soft, even when compacted. While mason''s sand will work for sweeping in the joints, you would be WAY better off if you can find a local supplier of poly-sand.

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No crushed stone used

 · Normally crushed stone is used under the slab for three reasons: 1. It is easily compacted, hence will form a very strong surface to place concrete on, minimizing the potential for settlement of the concrete. 2. It is highly permeable, hence allows moisture under the concrete to drain away from beneath the slab. 3.

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The Complete Guide to Crushed Stone and Gravel

 · Crushed stone: If you hear the generic "crushed stone" term, it usually refers to stone that has a mixture of stone dust in it. This type of stone is best used for a base when heavy compaction is needed. As a result, it is typically used for the base of concrete and paving projects, foundations of structures, and driveway bases.

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How to Install a Crushed Stone Path | DoItYourself

 · Step 3 – Apply the Crushed Stone and Sand. Fill the foundation with crushed stone to no more than 2 inches of depth. Go over the entire path with a plate compactor to get the surface level and properly compacted down. Apply a second layer of roughly the same thickness after the first has been compacted. Once again, use the plate compactor to ...

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Dirty Gravel or Clean Gravel for a Driveway ...

 · There are many different grades of crushed stone. If the stone has fines from the crushing process typically that gets washed away with a couple hard rains and isn''t an issue. (Assuming it rains where you are) Dirty gravel may contain low grade stone types that could cause unwanted nuisances for a long time.

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who uses homemade crushed stone? | Woodworking Talk

 · I did find an article on using crushed stone and they recommended putting the stone in a coffee can and using hammer end of a stone cutting chisel to break up the stone. ... A forum community dedicated to professional woodworkers and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about shop safety, wood, carpentry, lumber, finishing, tools, machinery ...

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Barn / Shop Floor

 · I probably need to ask this on a barn forum. Thanks! skyking Lifer. Nov 21, 2001 19,570 1,330 136. Mar 12, 2013 #2 ... make sure you get washed stone and it shouldn''t be an issue. If you just get crushed limestone it''s going to be super dusty.

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Cleaning Dirty Crushed Stone?

I have old white crushed stone as trim around driveway, trees, etc. Over the years it has dirtied with mud, grass stains, sap, etc. I didn''t realize how dirtied and yellowed it had become until I added a new bag. Now I have old yellowed / browned stone mixed with new bright white stone. It looks pre...

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Forms | Texas Crushed Stone Co.

A short collection of forms for your limestone needs. TEXAS SALES USE TAX EXEMPTION CERTIFICATION View Document Download PDF. TCS CREDIT …

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 · 07-13-2020, 02:53 PM. Sub-Forums: The Electric Shop Library (0/0) JLC-Online Peer-to-Peer Forums. Business Strategies. Post comments and questions here about any business topic from marketing to collecting the last check. Including information about your company''s size and specialties might be helpful to others.

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French Drain

 · Bolton, MA. Tractor. 655ZTrak, 4720 Cab, 400 X LT 155. A lot of good opinions here. My two cents, I would go with 3/4"-1" crushed stone as if my memory is right, that size stone holds the most water per cu. ft. Bed the pipe in 3", put a foot or so on top, and then cover before backfill with filter fabric, or 15# felt (tar paper) or ...

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Anybody sell crushed stone/concrete? | New Jersey Hunters

 · Anybody sell crushed stone/concrete? Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 18 of 18 Posts. powerstroke73L · Registered. Joined Nov 27, 2007 · 4,370 Posts . Discussion Starter · #1 · Feb 18, 2012. This Spring I want to put down about 15 yards as a ground cover in my backyard where I process/stack my firewood and to build a small driveway back to my shed ...

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Best 30 Crushed Stone in Coventry, RI with Reviews

From Business: Lorusso Corporation offers construction aggregates for various types of public and private projects. It provides dry and washed crushed and uncrushed stone. The…. 16. Windham Materials. Crushed Stone Sand & Gravel Concrete Contractors. …

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How to Use Crushed Stone as Mulch | Home Guides | SF Gate

How to Use Crushed Stone as Mulch. Reapplying mulch every year can hurt the pocketbook. It can also be a real nuisance and just another spring chore that has to be done. For these reasons, many ...

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Crushed Stone vs Gravel Driveway: Prices, Sizes & Uses

This type of stone is made from either limestone, granite, gneiss or traprock. It''s carefully pulverized and screened to size. The typical size used for a driveway is 3/4″, although 3/8″ or 1 1/2″ may also be used. Other homeowners prefer more decorative varieties of crushed stone. 3/4″ white marble chips are …

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stone crete or crushed concrete for driveway | Green ...

 · Whats the difference stone crete or crushed concrete. Local place sells both but crushed concrete is $25/yard and stone crete is $35/yard. Click to expand... I''d go for the crushed Conc myself. My driveway is surfaced with it (5-600'' of it) and if placed and packed well it''s hard as concrete when it dries out, and is low dust in the summer months.

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Crushed stone or powdered stone? | The International ...

 · Crushed stone if you want the crushed rock look. And powder if you want the solid color look. I find the crushed rock looks better to me. Though I sometimes find that I have to sift through my crushed rocks to get rocks small enough to fill all the voids. I would like to find some red rock.

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concrete pad or crushed stone under a shed... | Powerboat ...

 · 4" of crushed stone for drainage under the concrete floor would be my plan. I''ve Survived Everything, But Enough is Enough! ... A forum community dedicated to Powerboat owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about performance, modifications, classifieds, troubleshooting, maintenance, and more!

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Chandler Rock

Crushed Stone & Rock in Chandler, AZ. 1471 N Arizona Ave. Chandler, AZ 85225 - Maricopa County. (480) 963-2347. Select. FOLLOW.

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can i ride a road bike on crushed stone? | Two Spoke Forums

 · Joined Jun 8, 2009. ·. 1,501 Posts. #10 · Mar 12, 2010. You can ride a bike on any surface. I prefer really big stones. I did manage to rip a 2.5" tire completly off the front wheel of my Rocky last year, but I had a hell of a good time doing it!

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deck or crushed stone under tub?

 · I am starting laying the groundwork for a new tub and was initially contemplating digging about 8 inches, filling with crushed stone (about 6 inches) and sand (about 1 inch) and then putting patio stones down. The tub would rest on the patio stone. However, I am now contemplating not putting patio stone down. Rather having the tub rest directly ...

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Crushed stone patio and roots

 · Then fill your patio area with decomposed granite or crushed stone dust. These materials will easily go over the roots but can be compacted down to be almost rock hard. Then put a couple inches of pea gravel on top. You''ll get the pea gravel look you like and furniture legs can end up sitting on the compacted stone dust below.

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Boat/RV

 · 1. Crushed stone for the whole thing. 2. Paved or Concrete parking pad, crushed stone for the aisles. 3. Concrete pad for the parking, and paved aisles. Thoughts and opinions?!?! **In the Midwest, so snow is a consideration.

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Filling earthbags with crushed stone. (earth bag forum at ...

I building to two different locations. In Southeastern Wisconsin I can get cheap limestone. In Central Wisconsin I can get crushed granite. John C Daley wrote:I guess going back to the original comment. Are you using crushed rock which is usuallysourced from igneous rocks and is hard, or crushed limestone which is a completely different material, and may be suitable.

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