Sand and gravel, as one of the most accessible natural resources, has been used since the earliest days of civilization mostly as a construction material. At the beginning of the 20th century, the U.S. production of construction sand and gravel, the sand and gravel used mostly for construction purposes, was relatively small and its uses limited. Today, annual sand and gravel production tonnage ranks second in the nonfuel minerals industry after crushed stone, and sand and gravel is the only mineral commodity produced in all 50 States. The United States is, in general, self-sufficient in sand and gravel, producing enough to meet all domestic needs and to be a small net exporter mainly to consumption points along the United States-Canadian and United States-Mexican borders.
We also manufacture bricks. These are widely used by customers, as our products are made of premier quality material. The fundamentals of brick manufacturing have not changed over time. However, technological advancements have made contemporary brick plants substantially more efficient and have improved the overall quality of the products. A more complete knowledge of raw materials and their properties, better control of firing, improved kiln designs and more advanced mechanization have all contributed to advancing the brick industry.
Clay is one of the most abundant natural mineral materials on earth. For brick manufacturing, clay must possess some specific properties and characteristics. Such clays must have plasticity, which permits them to be shaped or molded when mixed with water; they must have sufficient wet and air-dried strength to maintain their shape after forming. Also, when subjected to appropriate temperatures, the clay particles must fuse together.
Brick is a powerful substitute for conventional clay bricks and has several characteristics like low water absorption, stiff corner of the block, light weighted, compressive strength at least 3 to 4 times of the conventional red brick, low cement consumption during brick work and plastering is not at all required.
This crushed stone packs extremely well, making it a great driveway material or base for concrete pavers and retaining walls. It is light to dark gray in color and, unlike crushed washed limestone, it contains fines, which help bind the mixture together, making it a concrete-like finished product.
Our products are used in many differing construction projects, including roadways, commercial and residential buildings, bridges, and much more, which is why our facilities include on-site laboratories and technicians to ensure that our construction products are of the highest quality.
In construction, soil is a significant part of the building process. If performed improperly, settlement of the soil could occur and result in unnecessary maintenance costs or structure failure. The wide range of soil types available as highway construction materials have made it obligatory on the part of the highway engineer to identify and classify different soils. A survey of locally available materials and soil types conducted in India revealed wide variety of soil types, gravel, moorum and naturally occurring soft aggregates, which can be used in road construction. Broadly, the soil types can be categorized as Laterite soil, Moorum / red soil, Desert sands, Alluvial soil, Clay including Black cotton soil. We provide to our customers high quality soil for their construction projects.
We offer our clients with a qualitative range of Stone Powder which is a vital industrial mineral. This Stone Powder bears its indigenous qualities and is free from impurities that make it readily available for further applications.
Powder Used For Paver Block, Chequered Tiles, Hollow Block etc. All The Construction raw materials are Supplied by Us.
We are pleased to offer our customers several types and grades of White Sand. Manufactured sand and Fines are great for parking lots, White builders sand is good for mortar mixing applications, and our river sand is wonderful for septic system installation as well as soil drainage. White Sand is primarily used as a base material for concrete because it compacts well. It is also commonly used to fill large holes. It is frequently used as a base material for concrete pavers.