QUARRIES
      
    





  1. - Letca Quarry
    • Sedimentary limestone with a very big geological supply
      It produces:
    • crashed stone with size of: 0 – 20; 20 – 40; 40 – 63 mm or some other sizes if requested;
    • limestone fi ller according to STAS 539-79;
    • limestone blocks for the ornamental rocks industry;
    • addition limestone for agriculture;
    • calcium supplements for animals' food.
  2. - Răstoci Quarry
    • Sedimentary limestone with a small geological supply;
      It produces:
    • crashed stone with sizes of: 0 – 20; 20 – 40; 40 – 63 mm or some other sizes if requested;
    • limestone fi ller according to STAS 539-79;
    • limestone blocks for the ornamental stone industry;
    • addition limestone for agriculture;
    • calcium supplements for animals’ food.
  3. - Remeţi - Pereş Quarry:
    • piroxenics basalt andesite with a big geological supply;
      It produces:
    • street borders, pavements (cubic stone) with sizes of 7 x 7 x 7 cm, 9 x 9 x 9 cm, 10 x 10 x 10 cm, 16 x 16 x 16 cm or other requested sizes;
    • moulds, borders, boundary stones;
    • broken stone, polyhedric shaped granules obtained through a process of crashing, granulation and selection, having the following size: 4 – 8; 8 – 16 and 16 – 25 mm (for asphalt-bearing treatments) and crash sand of 0 – 4 mm, according to STAS 667 – January 2001.
  4. - Buteasa Quarry:
    • With a medium geological supply;
      It produces:
    • Marble blocks for the ornamental stone industry.
  5. - Cufoaia Quarry
    • With a medium geological supply;
      It produces:
    • Mosaic having the following size: 0 - 1,8; 1,8 – 3; 3 – 5; 5- 7; 7 – 16; 16 – 31 mm;
    • In prospect, powder for paint industry; white degree = 98 – 99 %.
  6. - Măgura Budeşti Quarry
    • Piroxenics andesite with a big geological supply;
      It produces:
    • Street borders, pavements (cubic stone) with the following size 7 x 7 x 7 cm, 9 x 9 x 9 cm, 10 x 10 x 10 cm, 16 x 16 x 16 cm or other requested sizes;
    • Moulds, borders, boundary stone;
    • Broken stone, polyhedric shaped granules obtain through a process of crashing, granulation and selection, having the following size: 4 – 8; 8- 16 and 16 – 25 mm for asphalt-bearing mixtures and concrete; 4 – 6; 6 – 10 and 10 – 14 mm for asphalt-bearing treatments; and sand of 0 – 4 mm, according to STAS 667-January 2001.