Screened sand. Has stones in it that are usually 3/8
inch or smaller. Compacts well. Less than 7% silt.
Washed screened sand, does not compact well. Used
for concrete, asphalt and sewer systems. Less than 3% silt.
Washed clean sand. Very fine, no small stones, ¼
inch minus. Similar to beach sand. Used for masonry, under swimming pools, sand
boxes, and volleyball courts.
Washed clean sand. Very fine. Used by farmers.
1/4" Manufactured Sand
1/4’’ crushed stone with fines. Used by asphalt
3/8 (31-A MOD)
3/8’’ crushed stone. Used by asphalt companies and
3/8" crushed stone with fines (crusher dust). Used by
asphalt companies. Can be used for pathways, fill post holes or pot holes.
Compacts well if there is moisture in product.
1” crushed stone with fines. Makes excellent
driveway and parking lot material. After the material has been spread and
wetted, the fines wash down and bind the stone together. After it rains the
stone stands out well.
22A (Stabilized Gravel)
1” crushed stone with a mixture of sand, and clay.
Clay content is normally 4-8%. Compacts very well. Good for starting a new
driveway and parking lots. Works well for filling pot holes in gravel
driveways. 21AA can be used to top a driveway already established with the 22A.
Same as 22A but has a higher clay percentage, 9-16%.
The road commissions use it for the shoulder of the roads.
Crushed stone. The stone has been washed before
being crushed and screened. May have some dust on it. Becomes clean after a
good rain. Can be used for landscaping, to top already established driveways,
and for landscapes.
Crushed stone. Same description as ½" just a larger
size. Can be used for the same purposes as ½".
1" ( 9A)
¾-1” crushed stone. Same description and purposes as
½”, just a larger size.
1 1/2" (9AL)
¾”-1 ½” crushed stone. Same description as ½”. Not
normally used for already established driveways.
3/8”-1/4” washed round stone. Used for concrete and
asphalt. Drains very well. Can be used as a footing drainage layer and radon
gas systems collection.
3/8”-1” washed stone. Can be round and or crushed.
The Aggregate Resources and 4th street mines have about 50% crush
stone in their 6A. The Quincy and Midway mine has round. Used for concrete.
Works well for drain fields and septic tanks.
3/8”-5/8” washed round stone. Used for concrete,
asphalt and roofing (ASTM roofing stone)
Also called river rock or landscape stone. It is a
round washed stone. Can be used for drain fields and septic systems. Looks
great for landscaping.
6-14” stone. Usually round. Fairly clean, may have
some dirt stuck to it. Used for large drainage systems.
Large rocks, mostly clean, differ in size and color.
Used for landscaping and retaining walls. Call
gravel pit for availability.
may differ from mine site to mine site. Ex-color and sharpness of crushed