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Dust-Loc...How it works

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Prior to application, if the road is in poor shape with potholes etc, we advise giving it a grade and roll to bring up to speed.

Dust-Loc then needs to be applied at 2 litres per square meter, with 2-4 passes over the area. Product needs to applied at a high pressure, sprayed directly into the aggregate (as shown above). After application, the treated area needs to be left for 24 hours to allow the product to cure with the surface.

After 24 hours, Dust-Loc will have worked its way into the surface, binding tightly with the surface particles and making them too heavy to become airborne.


Depending on usage, traffic, weather, time of year, rainfall etc. Dust-Loc will generally last at least 3 months and up to 6 months.

Supply and Apply available New Zealand wide:

  • Quarries

  • Forestry

  • Rural roads

  • Truck Yards

  • Orchards

  • Vineyards

  • Packhouses

  • Industrial Yards

  • Haul Roads

  • Construction sites

Contact Ashton for a Solution : 0211930931 or 

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Quarry Haul Roads

Over an extremely dry summer this road got at least 60 truck movements a day from 80 tonne dump trucks + truck and trailers and light vehicles.


One application of Dust-Loc lasted 3 months without any further top-ups or water cart needed. The road held it's integrity better and stayed in good condition.

​With our one-application solution lasting 3 months on this site, we saved them around $9,000 in labour and water cart costs, PLUS it meant the person who was in the water cart could be operating machinery instead, adding value to their bottom line. 

Forestry Roads

Logging trucks regularly create havoc, bringing dust into nearby houses affecting quality of life and living conditions. 

Applied at the start of summer, Dust-Loc will last through until autumn/winter when there is enough rainfall to keep the dust down.

Binding the particles tightly together also means less maintenance and a well bound road.

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