Fibre Reinforced Paving 2016 by Marshalls

More catalogs by Marshalls | Fibre Reinforced Paving 2016 | 4 pages | 2016-11-22

Ads

Contacts for Marshalls

Marshalls

Marshalls Customer Helpline: 0845 820 5000
http://www.marshalls.co.uk/

Fibre Reinforced Paving 2016 is listed under these categories

Industrial Supply

Featured catalog pages of Fibre Reinforced Paving 2016

fibre reinforced

fibre reinforced paving go from this with non reinforced paving to this with fibre reinforced paving simulated innovation that works fibre reinforced paving offers improved performance for paved areas subject to occasional vehicular overrun pavement failure will be reduced and will take longer to occur the hazards and visual impact of failure is vastly reduced leading to safer more pleasing and fully functional paved areas for all users the problem pedestrian paved areas are often subjected to intermittent and occasional the benefits vehicle overrun even when preventative measures are included within the longer term performance with significantly reduced maintenance and layout of the scheme research has shown that the first 1-1.5m strip of reinstatement costs are the immediate benefits of using marshalls fibre pedestrian footpaths immediately adjacent to vehicular roadways is the reinforced paving the long term aesthetics of the paved areas are most vulnerable to vehicle overrun

fibre reinforced paving how it works reduced installation costs marshalls research and development of fibre reinforced paving has shown that the maximum performance benefits of the product are realised by using a flexible construction technique fibre reinforced non reinforced paving flag due to the excessive load cracking starts to form on the bottom face of the flag at the point where the concrete is under tension due to the excessive load cracking starts to form on the bottom face of the flag at the point where the concrete is under tension paving flag typical installation costs per sq m labour labour concrete bedding as further loading occurs the growth and spread of the crack is significantly delayed by the fibres which reduce the stress at the crack tip as well as bridging the crack holding the pieces tightly together as further loading occurs the growth and spread of the crack quickly takes place passing through the flag to the top face movement and abrasion failure at the face

fibre reinforced paving commercial use 600 x 600 x 63mm 450 x 600 x 63mm product name concrete fibre reinforced pimple paving manufacturing process hydraulically pressed concrete base raw material pigmented unpigmented concrete with strux ™ 90/40 structural synthetic fibre reinforcement governing standards all data where relevant to be established in accordance with bs 7263 part 1 2001 bs en 1339:2003 bs 7932:2003 specification nominal size 600 x 600 x 63mm 450 x 600 x 63mm colour natural nominal weight 600 x 600 52kg 450 x 600 39kg transverse strength typical mean of 6.0 mpa compared to a quoted mean of 3.7 mpa for standard non reinforced grey pimple paving durability mean of 1.0kg/m2 with no individual result greater than 1.5kg/m2 abrasions resistance wide wheel abrasion 20.7mm specification <23mm skid resistance mean wet unpolished skid resistance value upv 76 specification >45 mean wet polished skid resistance value ppv 70 specification >45 size tolerances length ±