Difference between revisions of "Masonry sand"

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1. A sand with most of its particles in the medium to fine grades (.1 mm to .5mm). See also [[Concrete sand]].<br>
 
1. A sand with most of its particles in the medium to fine grades (.1 mm to .5mm). See also [[Concrete sand]].<br>
  
http://www.moremulch.com/images/WhiteSand.JPG
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http://www.valleygravel.ca/photos/FineMas.JPG
  
Example of white masonry sand.
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Example of washed concrete sand.
  
Source: http://www.moremulch.com/sand&soil.htm
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Source: http://www.valleygravel.ca/products.asp

Revision as of 19:14, 22 February 2006


1. A sand with most of its particles in the medium to fine grades (.1 mm to .5mm). See also Concrete sand.

FineMas.JPG

Example of washed concrete sand.

Source: http://www.valleygravel.ca/products.asp