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Stone dust is the by-product of crushed stone. The dust is coarser than regular sand. It may also be referred to as grit, quarry screenings, quarry dust, or decomposed granite.
Stone dust is made when stones go through a crushing machine that makes crushed stone, which causes the formation of the dust. The exact composition will depend on what stone is being run through the machine. The machine has screens that catch larger material, which is the crushed stone. The size of the stone dust depends on the size of the holes in the screens of the machine. The dust is used in small projects because it can create a flat surface but withstand a lot of weight. It also helps serve as a bonding agent.
Some Common Uses For Stone Dust Are:
• Cement Asphalt For Streets