The GP40 Grass Paving and Gravel Retention grid is perfect for creating a strong and attractive surface which can be used for car parking, driveways, hardstanding and landscaping. Lightweight yet strong, the GP40 plastic paving grid is capable of withstanding 300 tonnes of compression per square metre making it suitable for vehicles of most sizes as well as pedestrian or animal foot traffic.
Made from 100% recycled plastic, GP40 is resistant to UV degradation, chemicals and weathering. This results in an exceptionally long product life which does not break apart due to frost or snow damage, unlike concrete or tarmac. It’s incredibly low maintenance as the gravel used to fill the grid is locked in and removes the need to regularly rake car parking or driveways, as well as vastly reducing the amount of migration that can occur with loose gravel.
GP40 can help to reduce or eliminate a number of issues including rutting through continual erosion of grass and soil areas, potholes due to weather damage, bogginess and flooding through poor drainage, and prevents “beaching” of vehicles due to excessive gravel depth.
Whether you’re looking to fill the grid with gravel or grass, you can be sure that GP40 will help to create a beautiful, long-lasting and reliable surface for cars, caravans, boats, hot tubs, horses, livestock, tractors, trailers and many many more!
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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