POLYMERIC SAND CONCENTRATE
FOR JOINTING PAVERS
WHAT IS POLYMERIC SAND CONCENTRATE?
Customize the appearance and strength of polymeric sand, with ConSANDtrate - Intelligent Bond Technology. When mixed with appropriate filler material (dry sand or blended stone dust) and then sprayed with water, ConSANDtrate cures to form a hardened infill. Quick and easy to install. Use around driveways, sidewalks, pavers, and patios.
Commercial or residential
Contract professionals, hardscape experts and homeowners alike can make their own polymeric sand for paver projects. It can be used for jointing concrete, bricks, and natural stone.
Quick, Easy, Clean
Making your own polymeric sand is simple when using ConSANDtrate. Just mix with sand! Mixing can be done onsite at construction projects in concrete mixers, or at home in 5 gallon buckets. Mix, fill joints, mist with water, and allow to dry. The results are level, provide optimal joint stabilization, and look cleaner and more natural than caulk or rubber infills.
ConSANDtrate creates a tight, fortified bond that is durable enough to resist erosion and light power washing, making maintenance and cleaning easy. It’s strength is unrivaled by other solution sets on the market.
WHAT IS POLYMERIC SAND?
Polymeric sand is a high performance material used for hardscaping and paver joints. Coated in water activated polymers
Polymeric sand is a mixture of dry sand and polymers that creates a flexible joint compound more durable than traditional hardscape aggregate. When water is added to the combination of sand and polymers, the different size particles develop a tight bond that provides optimal joint stability. The solution is flexible, texturized, and extremely durable. It is widely used by hardscape experts and paver professionals for installation, maintenance, and protection. It is a popular choice because it is quick and easy to install, and ensures a healthy lifespan for hardscape and paving projects.
Why you should use polymeric sand for jointing pavers
Polymeric sand is the ultimate jointing material for your concrete and exposed aggregate. It is quick and easy to install, and the results are cleaner than caulk or rubber fillers. The solution does not crumble or decompose, and is resistant to erosion, unlike traditional aggregate. When polymeric sand is installed into paver joints and hardscape it will prevent pavers from shifting, eliminate the risk of weed and insect infestations, and block out potential water damage.
WHY YOU SHOULD MAKE YOUR OWN POLYMERIC SAND
Making your own polymeric sand is a cost efficient solution for hardscaping infill without sacrificing quality. Additionally, sourcing your own polymers enables freedom in adjusting the ratio of sand to polymers to intensify the strength of the bond.
Variable solutions to fit every need
Most polymeric sand on the market is manufactured at a standardized ratio, which can make it difficult to find a strength that is suitable for certain projects. Some find this to be a disadvantage to polymeric sand. ConSANDtrate is an innovative remedy that expands variable strengths. Projects with low risk factors can use a standard ratio, increasing the volume of polymeric sand, and maximizing coverage. Cracked concrete/aggregate is more demanding, problem areas can be managed with a higher polymeric concentrate.
Commercial or residential
Contract professionals, hardscape experts and homeowners alike can make their own polymeric sand for paver projects. It can be used between concrete, exposed aggregate, bricks, or natural stone.
Quick, Easy, Clean
Making your own polymeric sand is simple when using ConSANDtrate. It can be done onsite for construction projects in concrete mixers, or at home in 5 gallon buckets. The blend yields a high performance polymeric sand. Fill the joints between your pavers with your polymeric sand. Use a push broom to fill the gaps and run a plate compactor over the sand. Sweep away additional sand so only the joints are filled. Use a hose to mist the sand and allow to set for 48 hours. The results are level, provide optimal joint stabilization, and look cleaner and more natural than caulk or rubber infills.
ConSANDtrate powdered polymer cures to form a hardened infill material that is durable enough to resist erosion and light power washing. It’s strength is unrivaled by other solution sets on the market. The product is permanent making maintenance and cleaning easy. Mix the perfect ratio for your project. tight, fortified bond.