SPLIT OR PROCESSED HEAD / NATURAL SURFACE OR PROCESSED SIDES / RANDOM LENGHT
Kerbstones are porphyry blocks particularly designed for the containment and borders of surfaces and floors. They are cuboid shaped with a top, two long sides, a base and two side pieces called joints.
Specific uses and types of kerbs
The size of the porphyry blocks varies according to the height of the side in view (from 10 to 25 cm) while the length is usually random (to contain costs). There are different categories of cords based on the processing they undergo, the most used are:
- split cords: with hollow tops and split joints, this rough-looking rustic look makes them especially suitable for bordering flower beds, allotments and gardens;
- natural face head / sawn sides: with sawn sides and joints, they are the most used because they are suitable for any situation, in particular patios, raised paving, floors and stairways;
- flamed head: they have sawn sides and joints like the above, with the difference that the top is scorched, which makes the surface very close to a natural finish. This finish is particularly suitable for paving and stairways in smart urban areas.
The kerbs must therefore be carefully selected according to their specific use.
|LENGHT (cm)||HIGHT (cm)||WEIGHT (kg/lm)||HEAD FINISH|
|From 5 to 7||40/100||20/25||25-40||SPLIT|
|8||40/100||20/25||45||SPLIT, NATURAL SURFACE, FLAMED|
|From 10 to 15||40/100||20/30||65-120||NATURAL SURFACE, FLAMED|
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