Commonly used as a key ingredient in cement
Concrete sand is an aggregate sand usually composed of either gneiss, trap rock, limestone or granite. This sand is usually crushed at the quarry and then washed through a screen to ensure that no large pieces of rocks are left. Concrete sand is most commonly used as a key ingredient in cement or hot asphalt but can also be used as pipe sand or as a base layer and leveling medium for above ground pools, patios or walkways made of concrete paving stones.
Can be used as a base layer
Washed concrete sand
Aggregate used for cement