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Material Sheet
Paving

Paving Slab

What is it used for

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Residential Landscaping

Used to create patios, garden paths, and driveways, providing a durable and attractive surface.


Public Spaces

Ideal for sidewalks, plazas, and park pathways, offering a stable walking surface that can withstand heavy foot traffic.


Commercial Properties

Used in the landscaping of office buildings, shopping centers, and other commercial areas to create functional and visually appealing outdoor spaces.

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Dimensions

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Length: 450 mm to 900 mm


Width: 450 mm to 900 mm


Thickness: 25 mm to 75 mm


Weight: 10 kg to 30 kg per slab, depending on the material and size

What it’s Made From

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Concrete

Made from a mixture of cement, sand, gravel, and water, providing strength and durability.


Natural Stone

Includes materials like granite, limestone, and sandstone, offering natural beauty and resilience.


Recycled Materials

Some paving slabs are made from recycled aggregates and plastics, providing an eco-friendly option.

Variations

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Concrete Paving Slab

Description: Durable and versatile, available in various colors and finishes.

Applications: Suitable for patios, driveways, and walkways.


Natural Stone Paving Slab

Description: Offers natural beauty and high durability, with unique textures and colors.

Applications: Ideal for garden paths, patios, and high-end landscaping.


Recycled Material Paving Slab

Description: Eco-friendly option made from recycled aggregates and plastics.

Applications: Used in environmentally conscious projects, such as green building developments.

Installation

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Tools Required

Trowel | Spirit level | Rubber mallet | Measuring tape | Jointing compound


Materials Required

Paving slabs | Sand | Cement | Gravel | Water


Step-by-Step Guide:

  1. Preparation: Clear the area and level the ground.

  2. Base Layer: Lay a sub-base of gravel and compact it.

  3. Sand Layer: Spread a layer of sand over the sub-base.

  4. Place Slabs: Position the slabs on the sand, ensuring they are level.

  5. Adjust: Use a rubber mallet to adjust the slabs as needed.

  6. Jointing: Fill the joints with sand or jointing compound to secure the slabs in place.

Technical Specification

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Compressive Strength: 20 - 40 MPa, depending on the material


Slip Resistance: Varies based on surface texture, typically high for outdoor use


Weather Resistance: High resistance to freeze-thaw cycles and UV exposure


Density: 2200 - 2400 kg/m³ for concrete slabs

Certification

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BREEAM: Certification for sustainable building products.


ISO 9001: Quality management standards certification.


ISO 14001: Environmental management standards certification.

Purchasing Quantities

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Single Units

Ideal for small projects, repairs, or when only a few slabs are needed.


Pallets

Typically sold in bulk, with each pallet containing multiple slabs. This option is suitable for medium to large construction projects.


Bundles

Smaller quantities than pallets, often sold in bundles of 5, 10, or 20 slabs, suitable for minor projects or additions.

Environmental Impact

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Sustainability Considerations

Paving slabs made from recycled materials help reduce waste and the need for virgin resources.


Eco-friendly Alternatives

Natural stone and recycled materials are more sustainable options compared to traditional concrete.


Energy Efficiency

Production of concrete slabs can have a high energy cost, but recycled options reduce this impact.

Suppliers

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