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FAQ



What is the difference between 9% calcium chloride, 16%, 24.5% and 38%?


The higher the number, the higher the calcium and/or magnesium chloride content.

Third party scientific studies have shown that it takes approximately 1.7 gallons of Mountaineer Magic Mineral Well Brine to equal the chloride content of 1 gallon of 38% Calcium Chloride.

It takes 5.3 gallons of 9% Oil Field Brine to equal the chloride content of 1 gallon of 38% Calcium Chloride.

It takes 3.1 gallons of 9% Oil Field Brine to equal the chloride content of 1 gallon of Mountaineer Magic.


When is it best to apply liquid calcium chloride?

Ice Control:

  • Spray as a pre-treatment before a snow storm( Not pliable if the storm starts as rain); Spray on top of snow and/or ice as a de-icer.

Dust Control:

  • After a rain or during a light rain; During sustained periods of dryness; following grading


What is the typical application rate for dust control?

1,000 gallons per mile per 8 foot pass

2,000 gallons per mile per 16 foot pass


What are the risks associated with the use of Oil Field Brine?


The dust palliative concentration varies a great amount and is typically less than 9%

Can contain known carcinogens

Has been known to contaminate drinking water supplies


Is Mountaineer Magic dust control treatments eco-friendly?


Yes, they reduce the amount of aggregate being mined from the gravel quarries.

Yes, they reduce airborne particulates