Iron Mountain Trap Rock supplies tough, wear-resistant trap
rock. Next to Iron Mountain’s 200-year-old
mine, our new, state-of-the-art plant
produces 400 tons of trap rock
IMPROVING OUR CUSTOMER’S EXPERIENCE
At the beginning of the 20th century, Fred Weber, Sr. bought his first piece of mechanized equipment - a solid-tire, 5-ton dumpster truck. His company started rolling as he steadily combined talented people and the right tools. Today our philosophy remains the same: Bring profession-als together and give them the tools to get the job done. Our subsidiary companies support each other to ensure the suc-cess of your project.
At Iron Mountain Trap Rock, it’s
not just about working hard, we take pride in safely providing our customers the strongest, highest quality, most uniform aggregate on the market. Class I Railroads, Departments of Transportation, Cities, Counties and general contractors have achieved substantial mainte-nance and reconstruction sav-ings long-term by incorporating this “one of a kind” aggregate.
Products are shipped how and when they are needed at Iron Mountain. With our newly expanded rail system, we can service three 80 car unit trains simultaneously while loading 80 cars in less than 6 hours. Day or night... truck, train
or barge ... we deliver.
We believe that a commitment to health, safety and environ-mental matters benefits our customers, our employees and the communities we serve.
In 2007, Iron Mountain Trap Rock achieved the National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association’s (NSSGA) Silver Environmental Excellence Award.
OVERVIEW AND MISSION
KEY SUPPLIER TO THE CONSTRUCTION
INDUSTRY FOR OVER 5 DECADES
Full-Unit Train (70 Cars) Loading and Barge Shipment Capabilities
15,000 ft. of Rail Track Facilitates Trap Rock delivery
Located on the convenient Union Pacific Mainline
We dedicate ourselves to
be a low-cost modern
pro-ducer in the market and we
ensure that we can provide
customers with high-quality
products they can afford.
Roger Gagliano President of Operations & COO
for Fred Weber
Iron Mountain Trap Rock currently drills and
shoots a 135-foot rock face. The material is then
loaded into a 50-ton haul truck and dumped into a
Primary Jaw Crusher that crushes it down to an 8”
It is then conveyed approximately 2,000 feet to
the Secondary Plant where it is processed through
three cone crushers and screened into the finished
Our portable plants are capable of producing over
1,400 tons per hour. We produce more than 30
rock gradations that meet all state, city, county and
In addition to around-the-clock services, we can
provide jobsite blasting and crushing of stone.
more than 30 years of experience
crushing trap rock
Specific Gravity - ASTM C128-84 2.65
L.A. Abrasion % wear - ASTM C131-81
Hardness - MOHS Scale
5-Cycle Sodium Sulfate Soundness - ASTM C88-83 Less Than
Fusion Temperature - ASTM D1857-68 (reapproved in 1980)
Potential Reactivity - ASTM C289-81
Aggregate considered innocuous
Compressive Strength - ASTM D2938
ASTM C944 - Abrasion Resistance of Concrete Surfaces by
Rotating Cutter Method
LOSS IN GRAMS
Concrete - No Surface Hardener
Iron Mountain Trap Rock® Floor Hardener
(Applied at one pound per square foot)
PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF
TYPE 1 PORTLAND CEMENT
Type 1 Portland Cement is produced in accordance
with all applicable ASTM Specifications.
(but are not limited to)n
1 1/2 x 1”n
3/4” x 3/8”n
1/2” x 1/4”n
3/8” x 3/16”n
3/8” x 1/4”n
1/4” x 1/8”n
1/2” x 0n
3/16” x 0n
4 1/2” x 3n
3/4” x 0
3 x 0n
Call for specific gradations
Absorption - Less than 1/5
Fusion Temperature - 2700ºFn
Los Angeles Abrasion Test
47,700 lbs per square inch*
*values pertain to Iron Mountain
Trap Rock® Aggregate Only.
resource integration center
While our product and materials locations are spread across the area, you can easily place
your order with just one phone call. With a combined 60 + years of experience, our
cus-tomer service representatives can discuss your options, quote prices and ensure that your
order is processed when you need it.
Iron Mountain continually strives to improve our
Customer’s experience each and every time we interact.
Frequent internal communication involving Operations, Sales and
Quality Control groups, coupled with open and recurrent Customer interaction,
allows Iron Mountain to provide the highest quality products and services
while increasing our Customer’s productivity along the way.
Konn Wilson - President, Business Development
One Call Gets It All
Contact our Resource Integration Center toll free:
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FOCUSED ON PROJECT DIRECTIVES
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT IRON MOUNTAIN
DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Fred Weber, Inc.’s Family of Companies
Mr. Justin Naber Iron Mountain Trap Rock 2320 Creve Coeur Mill Road P.O. Box 2501 Maryland Heights, MO 63043-8501 (314) 344-0070 - Office (314) 277-6521 - Cell (314) 344-0356 - Fax firstname.lastname@example.org