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Kerbs

Piece of stone normally intended for zoned areas (pedestrian roads or changes in elevation). Standard sizes are: 10x20 cm, 12x25 cm, 15x25 cm, 20x25 cm. Different types of Kerbs are:

1. Straight kerbs

All possible angles up to 90 degrees.

Sawn kerbs
SAWN KERBS
(All the sides are sawn)
Sawn kerbs with visible faces flamed
SAWN KERBS WITH VISIBLE FACES FLAMED
Rustic kerbs
RUSTIC KERBS
(All edges cropped; often used for the refurbishment of historic town centres)

2. Curved kerbs

Curved kerbs
CURVED KERBS
Using curved sections which comply with the customer’s measurements (if the bend exceeds a 12m radius, straight curb of a length of 30-50cm can be used).

3. Beveled kerbs

Beveled kerbs
BEVELED KERBS
The curb includes a bevel in the edge view.

4. Kerbs with a rounded edge

Kerbs with a rounded edge
KERBS WITH A ROUNDED EDGE

5. Mailbox kerbs

Mailbox kerbs
MAILBOX KERBS
Used for drainage systems in pedestrianised roads.

6. Inclined kerbs

Inclined kerbs
INCLINED KERBS
All edges are angled bevelled.

7. Normalized kerbs

Normalized kerbs
NORMALIZED KERBS
A1, A2, P1, P2, T1, T2, T3, CS1, CS2, CC1 and CC2.