Dry Cast Paving – Choose the Correct Paver

How do I know which type of paver to use for my application?

When to choose Dry Cast Paving

Dry cast paving is made by compressing a dry mix of cement, colour and aggregate with a small amount of moisture. This is done using hydraulic pressure and moulds which produce high volume production of identical paving slabs.
Seen in carparks and public spaces, they are ideal for areas which require a uniform finish and colour consistency. Read more

Choose the Correct Paver – Wet Cast Paving

How do I know which type of paver to use for my application?

Wet Cast Paving

Wet cast paving is produced literally from a wet concrete mix. Colour may be added or pebbles, glass, shell or coloured stone chip. These pavers are made by hand and dried over a period of up to 28 days. This ensures the concrete has cured and has reached its maximum strength or MPA rating usually around MPA-40. Read more