Sold By The Sq Ft
Available in 5 Colors: Burgundy Red, Burnt Clay, Basalt, Old Oak, and Steel Blue
SHAPE AND SIZE
2 5/8" x 7 7/8" x 2 3/8"
89.20 Sq Ft per Pallet
11.15 Sq Ft per Layer
8 Layers Per Pallet
1.43 Linear Ft Per Sq Ft - Soldier
127.95 Linear Ft Per Pallet - Soldier
4.41 Linear Ft Per Sq Ft - Sailor
393.70 Linear Ft Per Pallet - Sailor
6.73 Units Per Sq Ft
600 Units Per Bundle
75 Units Per Layer
293.63 Lbs Per Layer
2349 Lbs Per Pallet
3.92 Lbs Per Unit
15.99 Linear Ft Per Layer - Soldier
.21 Linear Ft Per Unit - Soldier
49.21 Linear Per Layer - Sailor
.15 Sq Ft Per Unit
RECOMMENDED BASE STABILIZATION – one layer of DriveGrid™" stabilization grid between subgrade and base material. Recommended depth 8” to 10” below pavers for maximum stability and performance. Use under Standard Base or Permeable Base.
STANDARD BASE – Min. 6” – 8” of ¾” Crusher Run gravel (any road base standard in accordance with ASTM-D2940) compacted to 98% Standard Proctor Density (SPD).
STANDARD BEDDING COURSE – 1” thick of coarse sand– in accordance with ASTM-D2940 screeded over base.
ALTERNATIVE PERMEABLE BASE – Min. 6” – 8” of ¾“ clear open-graded stone compacted to achieve full particle lock-up and consolidation. (Clear open-graded does not compact but does consolidate slightly by rattling the particles together.)
ALTERNATIVE PERMEABLE BEDDING COURSE – 1” thick of 1/4” clear open-graded chip stone – (ASTM No. 8) screeded over base.
SPECIAL NOTE: CONCRETE DIRECT OVERLAY – In some areas of the country and in some applications pavers are very successfully placed directly over concrete. Concrete as a base is in itself quite strong, but it can affect the structural integrity of the paver particularly in vehicular applications, where the concrete below is sub-par. The following considerations must be taken into account to insure that the concrete below the surface is ideal:
- Concrete integrity – concrete must be in good condition, and not crumbling
- Drainage slope – concrete below must be sloped away from all buildings and structures
- Drainage holes – In lowest areas of the concrete, drill 1” holes in concrete (on 12” centers) and fill holes with ¼” chip (ASTM No. 8)
- Base drainage - the area below the concrete must not be subject to frost movement
- Surface - surface must be totally smooth and flat equivalent to the desired finished surface
- Waterproofing - may be required when installing pavers over concrete where there is a basement or cold cellar below. Install an impervious rubber membrane over the surface prior to installing any pavers over the surface.
- Jointing Sand - Use an impervious polymeric sand when installing over concrete