Request for Quotation

    1. Name: (required)

    2. Full Address:

    3. Email: (required)

    4. Telephone Number: (required)

    5. Location of Project:

    6. Description of Project:

      • If a road: length Km, width Mtr

        Maximum weight of any vehicle using the road: Tons

      • If blocks/bricks: length mm, width mm, height mm

        Final product / end-use of blocks/bricks:

    7. If a road project, is this a new road?


    8. Are we upgrading an existing road?


    9. Is a soil analysis available?


    10. What is the history of the area?

      • Topography

      • Climate

      • Seismic Activity

      • Erosion and collapse

      • Tree roots and organic waste

      • Local mining or oil activities

      • Flooding

      • Etc.:

    11. Availability of additional stone, fines, construction or mine waste, if required?

    12. Full details of the equipment available:

    13. History of the company carrying out the installation:

    14. Will the new road be top-sealed with Aggrebind?


    15. Will the new road be surfaced with another material such as asphalt or cement?

      Yes, please describeNo

    16. Will the road remain open to traffic during the installation?


    17. Will there be any compression testing equipment available on-site?

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    18. Are photos of the site available?

      Yes, please attachNo

    AggreBind is a unique, environmentally friendly, cross-linking polymer, water based, copolymer with proprietary tracers. AggreBind used for stabilized soil and dust control and is available in a wide range of colors to produce roads from in-situ materials and for the manufacturing of blocks, bricks and pavers, for buildings and homes without using any cement.

    Stabilized soil with AggreBind is not harmful to the environment.

    AggreBind stabilized soil is obtained through the process of ‘AggreBinding’  which is coating the particulates of the mass, compacting them (roads) or compressing them (blocks) together so that the coated particulates come in direct contact with each other. This begins the process known as ‘cross-linking polymers’ where the mass solidifies, blocks together, and forms a hydrophobic mass that is water-resistant, has great tensile strength and can withstand major variations in temperature, perfect to be used as a soil stabilizer and dust control.

    More information on soil stabilization AggreBind, click on the links below:

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