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Oyster Shell Flour Bocce Court Pro Bulk
Oyster Shell Flour
Oyster Shell Flour


 
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Price Per 2000 Pounds $789.00 Bocce Court Pro Products
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Material Type: Marine composed oyster shell flour
Level Of Experience Required: No experience needed for excellent results.
Typical Time Required: One day or less for most projects. Figure 3 Man Hours per ton for a finished project.
Equipment Needed: Contractor grade wheelbarrow, sod roller, hand tools, garden hose
Additional Materials Needed: Weed control fabric, wood, steel or plastic edging
(Minimum order):  8

Quantity in Stock:500
Availability:: Usually Ships in 24 to 48 Hours
Product Code: 116073BCFLOURXBLK
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Oyster Shell Flour Bocce Court Pro Bulk 2,000 Pound Bulk
1 Ton Covers 100 to 150 Square Feet.

Bocce Court Pro Oyster Shell Flour

After, and that is the key point since there is a great deal of confusion on this, the installation of the oyster shell and D. G. blend playing surface a layer of finely crushed oyster shell flour is often applied. This is done at the rate of 1/4 to 1/2 pounds per square foot.

Bocce Court Pro Oyster Shell Flour
Traditionally Bocce Ball courts are covered with a 1-1/2 to 3-inch layer of a blended mixture of crushed oyster shell and decomposed granite. The rate is typically 1 ton of blended material per 100 to 150 square feet.

Product Specifications and Uses
Application Rate Bocce Court Pro Oyster Seashell Flour:
The square foot coverage of Bocce Court Pro Oyster Seashell Flour is about 1/4 to 1/2 pound per square foot of playing surface.

This product is ideal for job locations where it is more practical to mix your bocce court blend on-site with locally sourced blending materials. Comprehensive instructions on blending and other blending materials are available.

Bocce Ball courts are covered with a 3-inch playing surface. There are a few very popular methods for doing this;
1. A mixture of oyster shell 75% and 25% oyster shell flour
( this method is very difficult and requires a lot of work over months to get compacted )

2. Pure oyster shell flour ( this method is the most difficult and requires a lot of work over months to get compacted )
3. A blended mixture of oyster shell, oyster shell flour, and decomposed granite. The rate is typically 1 ton of blended material per 100 per square feet. This is the most attractive and economical and least difficult to install of the three oyster shell material surfaces.

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