1. Eliminating the Undesirable Efflorescence- It is All in the Mix Design


    Interlocking concrete pavers are rapidly becoming more popular among manufacturers and consumers alike. As acceptance and use of these products grow, end-users will naturally become more and more concerned with the quality, appearance, and cost of your product. Raw materials, gradations of sand and aggregate, concrete mix design, and chemical admixtures are all important elements to the success of this product in your market. However, a common and very undesirable characteristic of concrete pavers

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  2. Some General and Basic Principles that Can Help You Make Big in The Paver Industry

    Paver Industry

    Observing the building industry, it can be generally stated that owners/builders/developers, our potential clients, will readily spend good money on most recommended or desired improvements to the quality or the looks of their buildings. That is what they want and understand, and that is what in their eyes directly affects the sales, rent or lease potential of the facility. However, they are much less concerned with the "secondary" topics such as site work, proper grading, soil and slope stability,

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  3. Paver Shapes, Designs, and Patterns – A Remarkable Measure for the Performance of the Paver Structures

    Paver Shapes

    Paver structures look amazing for the curb appeal of your property and the biggest credit of that goes to the shapes, sizes, and patterns of the pavers that are used for laying the pavement. Every layout and design of a paver structure requires the pavers to be cut in different shapes and sizes. Also, there are shapes and sizes that you could readily get to meet your layout needs.

    Interlocking concrete pavers are avail­able in a variety of sizes, colors, and shapes. Some shapes are proprietary,

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  4. Paver Moulds – All Questions Answered

    Paver Moulds – All Questions Answered

    Paver moulds for "dedicated" paver machines are a very important consi­deration for the operator. As with coarse and fine aggregate, cement, and pigment, mould wear must be considered each time the machine cycles. However, expenditures for moulds is a constant sore point in the paver busi­ness. Mould quality and mould wear are subjects that have not been fully addressed. So, here in this article, we throw light on all things related to paver moulds and you can find the answers to all your questions r

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  5. An Introduction To Paving Stone System

    Paving Stones

    The pavement is a surface that serves as a covering for the land or what we can simply refer to as a floor. Most types of pavements can be classified into two categories: rigid or flexible. Rigid pavements, in most cases, consist of a Portland cement concrete slab with or without a  base course between the pavement and the subgrade. The concrete itself, exclusive of the base, is referred to as the pavement. Flexible pavements are comprised of a relatively thin wearing surface course,

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