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Old 02-11-2010, 12:48 PM
brianslawncare brianslawncare is offline
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asphalt kingdom?????? look at da top
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Old 02-11-2010, 01:51 PM
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I wasn't saying Asphalt Kingdom. I said Star Seal. Check out eaby.com. they have the real units on there for about $1,000. I wouldn't use them anyway. I have two rigs over $12,000 each. Just wanted to put it out there for him if he didn't want to fork out the money for a pro rig.
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Old 02-17-2010, 04:20 PM
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Originally Posted by zjf View Post
was checking out this company called enviroseal out of florida. ther material is top notch from what they say.eco friendly,no tracking,driveable in 2 hours walkable in 15 mins and striping in 45 mins. there price is high.I would have to charge 25c per sq.ft. to make any kinda profit.to order and have shipped a 55 gallon drum was like 1100 bucks.I can get sealer from a local distrubuter for 7c a gal but had less coverage need to ad sand/water/and took 48 hours to cure.
I guess it all depends on what your selling
7 c a gallon, your on crack.....
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Old 02-17-2010, 04:25 PM
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Most of the people on this sight say that a 300 gallon tank is too small but probably don't remember what it was like when they started out. Unless you have a lot of big commercial jobs off the bat then a 300 gallon is perfect. You can seal about $3,500 - $4,500 worth of residential customers on one fill or a 25,000 - 35,000 sq ft lot depending on how you put it down. When you start getting jobs that are upwards of 50,000 sq ft then you should into getting a transfer tank of about 600- 800 gallons. By then you will have the money to afford whatever you want. I have arguably the cadillac of 300 gallon units for sale in this forum. It is only 3 years old with 1 full season on it and retails now for $14,000 new. Check it out and let me know if you are interested.

People on this sight also don't mention Neyra for a supplier. They are way better than the crap that a lot of people talk about but don't have as many locations. Depending where in NJ you are you might want to check them out. They are in Trenton.

300 gallon tank full is about 230 gallons of raw sealer with a coverage rate of 90 sq per gal... 20700 sq ft per tank. avg driveway11-14c a sq 2270-2898$$ subtract 600-700 to fill the tank, additives and sand....
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Old 02-17-2010, 04:52 PM
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What are you talking about? It's 300 gallons of sealer no matter what the amount of raw sealer is in the tank. Coverage rate of a gallon of sealer properly mixed is between 100-150 sq ft. of asphalt depending on the surface and how it is applied. Check my ratings which are real and from a real website other than my own and not made up or typed in like other companies. I think I know what I'm talking about. Your welcome for the education. Don't distort facts please.
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Old 02-20-2010, 11:14 AM
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hey moron coverage rates are based on RAW SEALER......
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Old 02-20-2010, 11:25 AM
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This is the specs for neyra based on One Gallon of concetrate(raw)

One gallon of concentrate will cover
100 square feet. Multiply square yards
of surface x .09 to determine gallons
of concentrate per coat.
Coverage rates can vary with the
application method and the age, texture,
and porosity of the pavement to
be sealed.
1. PRODUCT NAME
Tarconite®
2. MANUFACTURER
Neyra Industries, Inc.
10700 Evendale Drive
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241
Phone:
Toll Free:
Fax:
Email:
Website:
513-733-1000
800-543-7077
513-733-3989
info@neyra.com
www.neyra.com
Per 100 gallons of Tarconite
Water Sand Yield
25-35 gal. 300-500 lbs. 138-157 gal.
Application Rate per Coat
Gal/SY
Concentrate .09
Mix .14 - .17
.01
.015 - .019
Gal/SF
Tarconite
Product Data 102-04
Coal Tar Pavement Sealer
Professional Grade
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Old 02-20-2010, 11:31 AM
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Here is the AE SEaler, since you wanna talk about neyra, You have some amazing yields, 100-150 sq ft per gallon of MIXED sealer... Black water, keep on rolling....

One gallon of concentrate will cover
90 square feet per coat. Multiply square
yards of surface x 0.1 to determine gallons
of concentrate per coat.
Per 100 gallons of Jennite AE
Water Sand Yield
0-15 gal. 500-600 lbs. 123-142 gal.
Professional Grade
Application Rate per Coat
Gal/SY
Concentrate .10
Mix .12 - .15
.011
.013 - .016
Gal/SF
Primer .015 .0016
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Old 02-20-2010, 12:53 PM
omniplayer omniplayer is offline
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Moron

First of all, don't be so insecure that you have to call people a moron. As for Black water roller you have no web presence, a crappy website, and web sites of people who write about how much of an idiot you are in your own home town so who is the moron? We also use Coal Tar sealer not AE and your right the spec's are for raw sealer but when you fill the tank you still have 300 gallons of sealer period. Call and ask Neyra and they will tell you exactly what I'm trying to educate you on. I've read your posts and all you do is call people morons and tell them their full of **** when you are the one that is full of ****. When you have 1/10 the presence on the web that we have then come and talk to me. Otherwise shut your mouth or I will come up there and put you out of business. By the way, I love the 3 picks on your website and really love the about us page. It says nothing but I guess that makes sense. The comments page is great to, you have none. Maybe that's because you don't want any poor customer that happens to find your crappy site read about how shitty your work is.
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