Our Sand Products include a specialised range of responsibly sourced material that falls within the applicable specifications. Our range of sand products include specialised products such as Building Sand, Crushed Sand (-3mm – 6.7mm), Super Sand, Unwashed Plaster Sand, Washed Plaster Sand and Washed River Sand. We pride ourselves in being able to supply superior quality sand to our customers at the best price.
We offer Red and Brown Building Sand within and around Gauteng. Builder’s Sand, also known as Plasterer’s, Mason, or Bricklayer’s Sand is a finer grade sand with smaller particles. It’s often mixed with water and cement to make mortar for laying bricks/blocks.
Crushed Sand is a very specialised product – we pride ourselves in being one of the few suppliers with premium quality Crushed Sand. Uses for Crushed Sand include road construction, mixing with asphalt, construction fill, and in the production of construction materials like concrete blocks, bricks, and pipes.
Industrial silica (washed) is used in a vast array of industries, the main ones being the glass, foundries, construction, ceramics, and the chemical industry. Unwashed silica can mostly be used in Sand Pits and Golf Bunkers only. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A VERY SPECIALISED PRODUCT – PLEASE ASK FOR A SAMPLE BEFORE PLACING AN ORDER.
Super Sand, or -3.5mm Crushed Sand is commonly used in the production of bricks, lintels, slabs, blocks and so on. It can also be used as a concrete aggregate used to create distinctive textures and as a substitute for concrete when creating pathways and driveways.
Plaster Sand can be used to make plaster but it can also be used in a cement/sand/gravel mix to make concrete.Use Plaster Sand to set pavers, or fill in holes and low spots in your lawn. When using it to plaster, we recommend using Washed Plaster Sand to minimize the risk of cracking.
River sand is used in the construction industry mainly for concrete production and cement-sand mortar production. This is a good quality sand good for plastering, building, topping, hydroponics, and Bonsai plants and added to concrete as a filler.