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LDC™ Liquid Dust Control

LDC™ is a concentrate liquid co-polymer that is diluted with water and applied to soil. LDC™ binds soil particles together to prevent dust and erosion for lasting performance. LDC™ performs on all types of soils including sand, gravel, silt, clays, and other soil combinations. LDC™ is non-toxic, non-corrosive, and is colorless when dry.


Dilution rates will vary depending on soil type, penetration depth, and in-situ soil moisture content, typically mix rates are one part LDC™ with five to ten parts water. Addition of Enviroseal LDC™ to the water last will prevent foaming. Some soil types require only a one-time application while others require several light applications. 


LDC™ is ideal for use on

  • Mine Haul Roads

  • Construction Sites

  • Agricultural Roads

  • Military Operations

  • Stock pile capping

  • Slope Erosion Control

  • Unpaved roads and Parking lots

  • Stock Pile Sealant and Dust Cap

  • Hydro-seed and Mulch Tackifier

  • Helicopter & Airfield Dust Control

  • Dust control and palliative for traffic




LDC™ effectively binds soil particles together to soil erosion and is the perfect solution for the prevention of sediment runoff. Erosion is the process of weathering and movement of soil and rock. It occurs from water or wind and the rate of erosion depends on factors that include the amount and intensity of rain and wind speed. To effectively treat soil erosion, a topical application of LDC™ will form a strong impermeable barrier preventing water adsorption and form a protective sheet to prevent windblown dust.

When LDC™ is applied for Dust Control, it is important to prepare your soil first. Application of LDC™ is fast and easy with a water truck or pressurized spray equipment. Application rates vary depending on the desired outcome, end use, and dosage rates. Typically, concentrated LDC™ is used at 0.15 to 0.5 gallons per square yard. Actual application rates depend on soil conditions and end use considerations.

In hot dry weather, treated soil typically cures in a few hours while cool weather or high humidity extends the cure time. 

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LDC- US Military Helicopter Testing