Hogan Aggregate FAQ

Want to know a bit more about Hogan Aggregate and how to get a quote for our aggregate products? We’ve listed a couple of the most frequently asked questions below but if you have any more queries please don’t hesitate to call our team or come down and check out the products for yourself at the Hogan Aggregates headquarters in Bangor, North Wales.

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What are the dangers of aggregates?

Aggregates have the potential for generation of respirable dust during handling and use. Dust may contain respirable crystalline silica. Prolonged inhalation of respirable dust can constitute a long term health hazard such as lung fibrosis. Occupational exposure to respirable dust and respirable crystalline silica should be monitored and controlled. Repeated inhalation of excessive amounts of respirable silica may cause silicosis.

What equipment will I need to lay aggregates?

You will need stabilisers, milling machines, graders and sweepers.

What is Aggregate?

Construction aggregate is the material used for mixing with cement, bitumen, lime, gypsum, or other adhesive to form concrete or mortar. The aggregate gives volume, stability, resistance to wear or erosion, and other desired physical properties to the finished product.

How much asphalt do I need?

Please use our online calculator and submit an online quote and a member of the Hogan team will be in contact.

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