To begin with Trojan Paving is well known for its durability.
The old world charm, achieved by the random-shaped edge bevels.
Furthermore the strength and durability of Trojan produces paving with character and style that endures.
|Thickness Available||Length Width||No. blocks p/m²|
|60mm||240 x 160||26|
|80mm||240 x 160||26|
|60mm||160 x 160||39|
|80mm||160 x 160||39|
General Application: Colours Available: Autumn, Terracotta, Grey, Plum, Slate, Tan
Municipal parking area
Laying of paving blocks:
- The best pattern for interlocking and therefore strength is herringbone.
- Always observe pattern and line while keeping joints between blocks as small as possible.
- Place paving blocks on the freshly screeded sand bed.
- Bumping each new block against the just-laid ones to get a snug fit.
- In order not to disturb the sand bed, work from on top of already placed blocks.
- Fill any gaps between full sized blocks and edges with cut blocks.
- Use an angle grinder or purpose made paving cutter.
Compaction of paving blocks:
- Compaction shall be such that damage to blocks is prevented.
- Use a 2-4 t light vibratory roller or a suitable plate compactor.
- Complete the compaction of all laid blocks at the end of each day.
- A uniform even surface shall be obtained over the paved area.
- Paving that will be subjected to regular vehicle loads exceeding 30kN shall.
- After joint filling be locked up with at least five passes of a heavy pneumatic roller.
- Remove and replace damaged blocks before joint filling.
- Fill joints between paving blocks with a fine dry sand like buildingsand or fine plastersand.
- Use brooms to sweep sand into joints and compact again.
- Sweep away all surplus sand and remove.
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