Canarico Quarry deposits consists of Calcium Carbonate, CACO3, a dense, and hard 99.9% pure limestone rock with low porosity and absorption. We produce GCC Ground Calcium Carbonate, ASTM sands, fillers, plastering sand (Marmolina brand) and a broad spectrum of different sands and bagged products for many type of applications. We serve the Caribbean market by providing local freight and maritime logistics.
Productora de Agregados quarry limestone deposits are among the hardest and cleanest on the island. Our state of the art manufacturing plant produces ASTM specification aggregates that are used in a variety of applications. Block mixes, concrete sands and project specific size sands are available. Contact us for your specific project needs.
Our Carmelo Quarry, located in Vega Alta, specializes in ASTM fine and coarse aggregates. We also produce block mix, gabions and custom size rocks. These high quality limestone products are available for export. We can assist with your export needs.
No matter if you are renovating or constructing, we are the center of those creations. Carmelo Group provides you Marmolina for plastering mortar mixture. This material has been used in Puerto Rico for various industrial applications since 1973. Since then, more than three million cubic meters have been produced and used under the name of Marmolina for plastering purposes.
Advantages of using Marmolina
Marmolina is a special Marble Sand that replaces the use of bleach sand and lime in the mortar mixture used for plastering.With Marmolina you save on the material cost and gain on quality because:
Use much less cement
Don’t need to add lime to the mixture
Don’t have to use and screen the sand
Fungus which thrives on beach sand mixes does not grow on Marmolina because it is salt-free
It is sold in two sizes in order to ensure convenient and easy handling
It has the right sand particle sizes, does not vary in quality and produces a soft uniform mix.
Carmelo Group provides you Marmolina for plastering mortar mixture. This material has been used in Puerto Rico for various industrial applications since 1973. Since then, more than three million cubic meters have been produced and used under the name of Marmolina for plastering purposes.