- clay fired at 1100 °C.
Clay paver 47 mm thick = Concrete paver 80 mm thick 47 mm
. Clay pavers 47 mm thick have parameters which are not only comparable but even exceed concrete cubes 80 mm thick.
200 MPa (45 mm thick), 4 times resistant
because moulded clay forms ceramals during firing which guarantee the high resistance of the material.
Colour Durable and resistant to fading
with uniform colour across the paver. We obtain a wide selection of colours by using various clays which burn naturally into several colours without any artificial additives or dyes. Life-long colour guarantee
A simple and timeless form opens up great possibilities for different designs. The same pavers can be used to make edges, stairs, low walls and other small architecture details.
Number of surfaces 5
possible surfaces of a single paving brick (2 flat surfaces + 2 end faces + 1 side face).
Skid resistance The highest skid resistance
(U3 class) under all conditions (dry and damp surfaces) because their surfaces do not become polished with wear.
Abrasion resistance The highest A3 class
. The average amount of the material abraded during tests according to PN EN 1344 should not exceed 450 mm3 (a clinker brick with dimensions of 200 x 100 mm can be abraded in the test by 0.025 mm only). Up to 40 times lower abrasibility.
Resistance to weak acids Durability
. Resistance to weak acids e.g. lemon juice or vinegar, is a feature of ceramics because the clays used to produce pavers changes its structure into a non-reactive form after firing. Therefore, it becomes resistant to acids, detergents and other caustic agents.