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Traditional Block paving is sized 200 x 100mm and is available in 60 & 80mm thicknesses for commercial application and 50mm thick for domestic situations.
Blocks are laid onto a compacted sand bed which has been screed to the required levels.
After laying the block paving to the desired pattern the perimeter blocks are cut to the edge using a guillotine paving cutter. Finally the blocks are covered in kiln dried jointing sand before compaction with a plate vibrator and a final sweep to fill the joints with sand.
There are many other sizes of blocks now on the market, often referred to as sett paving but typically the thickness remains at 50,60 or 80mm. All blocks are available in a variety of surface finishes and colors.
And most paving problems issued in manhole areas and any different connection with other materials, as mentioned in picture below for ma hole and it's steel cover connection with interlock.
PERMEABLE BLOCK PAVING
Much like traditional block & sett paving in appearance the installation method is different. Permeable paving is laid on a bed of fine angular stones onto a sub-base formed with fines stones. Surface water permeates through the paving into the sub-base before either eventually filtrating into the ground, watercourse, water harvesting tank or main drains. Interlock Paving have been laying these products since they came onto the market and are an approved installer of Hanson Formpave's permeable paving, the company that founded the system in the UK.
For paving or car stopper, Typically made from pre cast concrete although sometimes natural stone or granite.
Kerbs are used to restrain the edges of block or slab paving.
Usually laid on a concrete bed and available in numerous sizes, colours and finishes to suit the application.
Cat Ladder Why they call it like this ..... Because you will use it exactly like how the cat use it...... check this video below It's a ladder used for working on a sloping roof, with a hook at one end and pads to spread the load. Cat ladders are delightful contraptions that usually affix the the outside of a house or apartment building, providing a cat with easy access to the outdoors from a home that’s several stories up. This interesting cat ladder is built with small ledges enabling the cat to go from one to the other, but the tabby prefers to scamper straight up the middle, climbing the ladder. This well-trained cat comes when he’s call and climbs the ladder on command. Why they call it Cat Ladder check video below..... The cat ladder, also known as a cat stair or catwalk, is a type of ladder designed to provide cats with a safe and easy way to climb up and down from high places. While the ladder was initially designed for cats, it has
إبقى على الجانب لا تجلس تحت أي شئ --> مثلث الحياة بهذه العبارة نبدأ الحديث عن إجابة سؤال بسيط يمكن أن ينقذ حياتك ......... السؤال البسيط هو ماذا تفعل لو كنت في بناء قائم أو سيارة وحدث زلزال أو شعرت أن البناء يبدأ في الإنهيار؟ وبالتالي قطعة الفرش التي ستضغط أقل هي التي ستكون أكبر فراغ مجاور لها يمكنك إستعماله لتقليل الإصابة ،وعادة ما تكون هذه الفراغات علي هيئة مثلث ،في المرة القادمة التي ستشاهد فيها آثار زلزال في التلفاز أو تشاهد صور لمباني محطمة من الزلازل حاول أن تحصر عدد الفراغات الموجودة في الحطام وعدد الناس التي قد يمكن إنقاذهم لو توجه أحدهم إلي هذه الفراغات. الإجابة البسيطة هي ألا تجلس تحت أي شئ في البناء ولا تبقي داخل السيارة ........! جرت العادة على أن نهرول إلى أي شئ نحتمي أسفل منه ،أو نبقي داخل السيارة ونسرع بها ...... ! سنسرد في السطور القادمة دراسة تمت عن طريق- فريق الإنقاذ الأمريكي الدولي American Rescue Team International أو ARTI - بواسطة رئيس فريق الإنقاذ Doug Copp . سلفاً كانت الهزات الأرضية تحدث في بعض المناطق المتعارف علي
Mosques are places of worship that hold great significance for Muslims all around the world. They are not only centers of prayer but also important cultural and architectural landmarks that reflect the diversity and richness of Islamic art and architecture. One of the most striking features of many mosques is the use of Quranic calligraphy as a form of decoration on the walls and domes. This art form has a long and rich history in Islamic culture and is a testament to the beauty and significance of the Quranic text. The use of Quranic calligraphy as a form of decoration dates back to the early days of Islam, when the Prophet Muhammad himself encouraged his followers to learn and recite the Quran. This led to a flourishing of Islamic calligraphy, with skilled artisans developing different styles and techniques to create beautiful and intricate designs that reflected the majesty and beauty of the Quranic text. Over time, these designs became an integral part of Islamic art an