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Calcium Chloride for 7 acres

Discussion in 'Ice Management' started by PrecisionS&I, Aug 10, 2012.

  1. PrecisionS&I

    PrecisionS&I Member
    from Ohio
    Messages: 75

    I'm looking for a little input. Putting a bid together for a 7 acre property that is entirely concrete.
    The spec is to apply calcium chloride to the entire lot. What is the best product to use? I cant see using 50lb bags. And what application rate. Any feedback will be greatly appreciated.

    MARK SUPPLY Member
    Messages: 49

    you might be suprised a little calcium goes a long way, but it all depends on the conditions. I am guessing that the winning bidder will be using liquid cal.
  3. PrecisionS&I

    PrecisionS&I Member
    from Ohio
    Messages: 75

    I realized it would have to be liquid!:dizzy::dizzy:
  4. SullivanSeptic

    SullivanSeptic PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,422

    Yes. Liquid for sure.
  5. PrecisionS&I

    PrecisionS&I Member
    from Ohio
    Messages: 75

    What does liquid calcium cost per gallon? And what is going rate applied?
  6. Mick76

    Mick76 2000 Club Member
    from Maine
    Messages: 2,157

    Check with "choloride guy" here on the forum... he seems to have a boat load of info
    good luck
  7. bharkness

    bharkness Junior Member
    Messages: 24

    Give us a call at Michigan Chloride 1-800-286-7312
  8. ChlorideGuy

    ChlorideGuy Member
    Messages: 77

    Thanks for giving us a call today, Brian. Any other questions feel free to give us a call.
  9. mpgall26

    mpgall26 Senior Member
    Messages: 228

    See if you can store it onsite and fill up there. Storage tanks are cheap and bulk will save a lot of time and money.
  10. szorno

    szorno Senior Member
    Messages: 308

    If you are looking for an effective way to spread the liquid check out www.highcountryis.com
    Great application for the 325 gal unit.