The 60mm thickness is typically used for pedestrian footpath, jogging tracks, buggy paths and bicycle paths. After a secondary curing process, it can also be used for driveways and carpark lots if required (Z-series).
All the profiles available in 80mm or 100mm can be applied for landscape purposes. However, it will be over-specified for the intended use. This situation is sometimes applicable in multi-use plazas where it is primarily for foot traffic but may be required to hold food trucks and other vehicles for events and pop-ups.
For smaller width areas such as footpaths or buggy paths, the smaller interlocking concrete paver formats are more suitable to accommodate the turns in the road. Examples of this include Unipave, Quadpave and Uni-espave.
For the wide plazas and dropoff areas, the larger format provides a certain elegance that cannot be replicated. The profiles for consideration are Prime Pavers and I Series.
The Unipave is our most common interlocking concrete pavers profile. Although it may seem common, there are many applicable design options using different colours to suggest directionality and activity.
In 60mm, this rectangle block is used most often to mimic clay bricks, especially for park projects.
For these applications, we recommend the use of non-standard colours e.g. antique, peach and dark tan.
This distinctive lantern shape interlocks in a diagonal pattern. As such, it is most suited for creating diagonal or horizontal designs.
M Series II
The M Series refer to multiple sizes in each pack. For the 60mm thickness, the pack consists of the following sizes:
The blend of sizes enable us to create differentiated patterns depending on the design intent.
Large Format for Footpath- Prime Pavers
There is a selection of profiles for Prime Pavers. They can be ordered individually, unlike the M Series.
Large Format for Footpath- I Series
The I series is the largest format available at 1mx1m. This is manufactured at 80mm thick but is applicable for footpath only due to the size.
Each piece weighs approximately 80kg. As such, it will require special hoisting machinery for installation as it would be a WSH issue for manual installation.
The wood pavers were created as a response to the demand for GFRC timber. For this application, the Wood Eurotiles would also be a good option as it has more variety in the grains and colours offered.
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