Aggregates & Gravel2021-07-28T14:31:36+10:00

Aggregates & Gravel

HADDENS stock a large range of aggregates, gravels and crusher dust supplies are used extensively in building and landscape construction by Melbourne landscapers, builders, concreters, pavers and homeowners. Generally, aggregates can be categorised as either those with multiple particle sizes (with ‘fines’ or dust incorporated in the mix) or those with a single, standard particle size.

The most widely known and used aggregate with a generally uniform particle size is Screenings. Screening has many uses, the most common being when it is mixed with sand and cement to make concrete. The larger versions of this product (14mm and 20mm) are commonly used to cover Agline and provide drainage behind retaining walls or where water pooling may occur. Core Fill is a blend of blue metal and coarse sand created to fill retaining wall blocks when building structural block walls.

Aggregates with fines are most frequently used to form solid bases and as such are used for driveways, footpaths and general construction bases. This includes products such as crushed rock which has some flexibility for ground movement.

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  • A beautiful 60mm salt and pepper oversized aggregate can be used as a decoratively stone or creek beds area.
  • Crushed bluestone also known as road base. Used as a base under paving and concrete slabs. It is also used for car parks.
  • Core Fill is a 50/50 mixture of Blue Metal and Washed River Sand which, when mixed with cement, makes concrete. It is used for filling cavities in block work to provide greater strength and stability, in gully traps and other in-ground structures. It is also known as bulk concrete mix or block fill. Available for bulk, loose-tip truck delivery, in 1000kg bulka bags and 20kg retail bags.
  • Concrete Mix, Sand & Gravel Mix is a blend of natural Blue Metal and Washed River Sand that can be mixed with cement to make concrete and core fill for retaining wall blocks.

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