Inca Concrete



140 block: 340x294x95
180 block: 340x294x105

Strength: N/A

Weight: 14.5 kg and 16.4 kg when wet

11 per square meter

Colour: Grey, Charcoal, Exposed Aggregate Grey, Exposed Aggregate Charcoal, Exposed Aggregate Tan

Storm Water and Drainage Canals ~ Roadside Drains ~ Strop Roads and Access Roads ~ Articulations Concrete Block ~ Revetment Systems ~ Channel Lining Riverbank Protection ~ Drainage Ditch Lining ~ Pipe Line Protection ~ Boat Ramps ~ Reservoir Slope Protection ~ Lake Shore Protection ~ Bridge Abutment Protection ~ Dikes and Levy Protection ~ Dam Crests and Spillways ~ Weirs and Overflow Channels

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Inca Concrete pavers are extremely dense units which possess exceptional strength and durability, superior stability under severe loads, and are unaffected by the extremes of heat and frost. Each unit has joints that allow for a small amount of movement without cracking. Inca pavers will last for decades.

Pavers can be applied in both residential and commercial settings, including surface coverings for driveways, parking lots, promenades, sidewalks, pool decks, patios, streets, golf cart paths and even roof gardens. Interlocking concrete pavers are a sensible and aesthetically attractive choice for all outdoor surfaces. These pavers are manufactured at the Inca factory in Eerste Rivier to tight dimensional tolerances. These concrete pavers are stronger than regular poured concrete surfaces and more durable than black asphalt. The segmental paving system allows for expansion and contraction without producing surface cracks, unlike monolithic concrete surfaces and stamped concrete.

Pavers are easy to maintain. Regular sweeping and occasional rinsing are usually the most maintenance needed. For heavy soiling, pressure washing with appropriate cleaning solutions (re-sanding of joints will be necessary) or a simple spot treatment with a brush, cleaner, water and some elbow grease will solve the problem.

One of the fastest growing approaches to greenside development is permeable paving. There are a variety of options of permeable concrete paving, but all operate on the same principle: to allow rainwater to seep through a paved surface which naturally cleanses pollutants and recharges aquifers instead of having the storm water run onto other properties and into storm drains.

Because engineered curb and gutter storm drainage systems are costly to design and build, permeable pavement systems can often reduce overall construction costs. Permeable pavement systems typically cost more than conventional pavement, but any additional paving cost is offset, at least in part, because there is less need for storm water management infrastructure. Catch basins, stormwater ponds, curbs, gutters and storm drains can be eliminated or downsized. As a result, permeable paving has become a standard part of most developed countries offerings.



  A safer surface that’s easier to grip.

  Minimizing stormwater management issues simplifies planning.

  Eliminating collection and detention areas increases the effective developable area.

  A better appearance because permeable paving eliminates the need for ugly surface runoff measures.

  Lower maintenance costs because surfaces require fewer repairs and need to be resurfaced less often.

  Save money because there’s no need to install costly storm water, water collection and detention areas.

  More water to the root systems of plants and trees in the vicinity, resulting in healthier vegetation.

  Run off to rivers and ecosystems are not harmed by pollution, which is collected at point.

  Re-harvesting of water through retention tank systems, hence water conservation.

  And most importantly developers will receive credits on green certification programs.

  Less chance of erosion and water seeping into basements.

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