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Questions About Sand and Gravel

Sand and gravel are often mixed with clay, water and other materials to create an important aggregate called cement. This is in turn helps contractors create buildings, asphalt roads, driveways, and almost any construction project you can think of. Gravel is often taken from rivers and flood plans or produced from crushed rock like granite or limestone. Sand is also created by crushing natural materials obtained from mining or quarrying. Here are some questions you might have if you are shopping for sand and gravel to make cement.

  • How many types of cement are there?
    There are basically two types basic of aggregate cements: hydraulic and non-hydraulic. Hydraulic cements harden because of chemical reactions happening within the cement. Non-hydraulic cements are more basic, and harden as the water within evaporates. You should be able to find both kinds at your local hardware store, or in bulk from a wholesale dealer.

  • Are there any health issues associated with using cement?
    Even if you are outdoors working on a landscape, it is important to wear protective coating while using aggregate materials like cement. Cement can cause severe burns if it is not washed off properly. Dry cement can also cause eye and respiratory damage, so be careful.

  • What uses are there for sand and gravel aside from creating cement?
    Gravel and sand are prominent in most landscapes – even without being combined to create cement. Gravel is used to create decorative stone walkways, fountains, and ponds. Sand is used to create dirt pathways and to help support paving stones. Sand is also added to ground soil to improve its texture and help it absorb water.

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