Techno Earth permeable grass and gravel pavers are designed for vehicular load and traffic, as well as pedestrian and bike applications and many other heavy traffic areas. It provides an eco-friendly and superior alternative to traditional permeable concrete grid paving. Our grass pavers are very durable and can be used in both domestic and commercial applications. Plastic pavers prevent soil erosion, prevent vehicles sinking and vastly improve drainage, all whilst having little visual impact. When compared to traditional concrete permeable pavers, Techno Earth pavers is superior in many applications, including landscaping, overflow parking, and private grass driveways. It does not crack and strong enough up to 200 ton/sq.m load, is permeable, and will not dry out grass or cause flooding. Ideal for grass driveways, gravel parking areas, trailer parking spots, golf cart paths, residential parking lots, permeable pavements, roof top gardens, swimming pool and jacuzzi surrounding areas.
- Strong permeable pavers have 3 mm thickness and structured with 19.7 in. x 19.7 in. x 1.9 in. (500 x 500 x 48 mm), cover 11 sq.ft. or 1 sq.m
- Applicable to residential and commercial areas where you have vehicle, pedestrian and bike traffic
- Can be filled with gravel, seeded or sodded with grass or just laid to protect yard and prevent rutting and mud
- Robust compression strength equal to concrete, while having natural, paving strong enough for cars and trucks, durable under 200 ton/sq.m
- Environment-friendly, better than concrete or blacktop, 100% permeable, help reduce flooding and runoff, and keep water away from your front door
- Applications: grass parking lots, overflow grass car and bus parking lots, grass fire truck access routes / fire lanes, handicap access routes, golf cart paths, emergency grass access roads, residential access and parking spaces
- How to install: start in corner of project area with male tabs of first grid facing towards the center of the area; line up female slots of next grid over male tabs of the first grid; lock grid into its place; repeat until the area is covered with a connected grid; gravel fill: fill the grid with the desired aggregate to top of the grid; lightly compact to settle; grass fill: fill the grid with soil and seed