GP40 Grass Paver Grid is manufactured from 100% recycled plastic and is suitable for a variety of ground reinforcement applications including both domestic and commercial car parking surfacing; an environmental alternative to tarmac or concrete.
The benefit of GP40 over traditional surfaces is the permeability which allows the surface water to travel through the grids traveling down to the water table making it fully compliant with Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) and Flood and Water Management Act 2010 to encourage the use of permeable surfaces to mitigate against flooding in built-up areas.
GP40 Plastic Grass Paver is capable of supporting to 300 tonnes per square meter and has a vehicle compression strength in excess of 10 tonnes axle load therefore meeting the requirements for Din 1072 standard.
Offer includes 1 Roll 2m x 25m white spun-bonded geotextile membrane.
GP40 Plastic Grass Paver Grid panels are 500x500x40mm and weighs 1.40 kgs. 4 panels connect together using the integral slot and peg connection to create one square meter with a weight of 5.60 kgs. Once connected together GP40 Grass Paver Grid creates a large surface area for car parking. Installation is very quick and simple for our full installation guide is available to download.
What is GP40 suitable for?
GP40 panels can hold up to 250 tonnes per square meter. They are suitable for driveways, pathways, car parks, equestrian areas, golf courses and more. Please contact us on live chat if you are unsure.
How many GP40 panels make up 1m²?
GP40 panels are 50cm x 50cm. So 4 panels are connected together to make 1m² (nominal).
Will GP40 be strong enough to support my car?
GP40 can hold up to 250 tonnes per square meter unfilled so is able to support vehicles.
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