Salt Product FAQ's
Rock salt is ideal for roads, highways, car parks and areas which don't lead into premises that must be kept clean. It leaves a slight residue when dissolved and is a popular choice with councils and maintenance companies who grit car parks and roads. Rock salt is also referred to as brown salt and red salt. White de-icing salt is used for door steps, paths, car parks and roads where it is important that dirt is not walked into a clean area or on to a carpet.
No we do not. We pride ourselves in only supplying the purest rock salt and white salt available in the UK.
If snow or ice is forecast, it is better to spread the salt evenly over the area to be de-iced prior to it snowing or icing over. This should be repeated as necessary. Salt can also be applied directly on top to melt snow and ice.
Our white de-icing salt is 99% pure NaCI and our rock salt is 94% NaCI. Both of our salts conform to the British Standard for de-icing salt.
Yes, we supply our bagged salt for resale. Please contact us if you are interested in buying bulk loads of salt for resale. We can also bag salt in branded bags supplied by customers.
Our maxi bags are not sold by weight, but they are approximately 23 - 26 kg. One full bag of 40 bags weighs around 1 tonne.
These are not sold by weight, but they are approximately 950 - 1050 kg.
No, it is intended for de-icing purposes and must not be eaten under any circumstances. We have created salt data safety sheets for further information.
Yes, The price for loose salt on the website does not include delivery. Please call the office for a competitive quote for 20 or 30 tonne loads of loose salt. Smaller quantities are available for uplift.
De-icing salt is unlikely to cause harmful effect under normal conditions of handling and use. Please look at the safety data sheets on our website if you are in any doubt or would like more information.
We will only offer a refund if there is a fault with our products.