Paver Information

Paver Specifications

Pavers per square metre – 76mm 38
Paver Weight – 50mm approx 2.8kg
Paver Weight – 62mm approx 3.7kg
Paver Weight – 70mm approx 3.8kg
Paver Dimensions 230mm x 114mm
50mm Pavers per pallet 650
Pallet weight approx 1.7 ton

Laying information

We recommend the use of washed concrete sand as the best base for all natural clay pavers.
This will minimise efflorescence, which is the leaching of salts from the pavers causing a white powdery residue to accumulate on the face of the paver. The use of any other material may increase the degree of efflorescence.
For more detailed laying information, click here.

Colour Variation

All natural clay Bricks and Pavers are sold as a blend and due to the manufacturing process, some colour variation will occur. We recommend when laying clay bricks or pavers to work from three pallets at any one time, blending evenly to provide a mixture of colour.

Cleaning Information

It is characteristic of all light burning clays from which bricks are manufactured that they contain small quantities of natural salts called vanadium salts.
These water soluble salts can leach to the surface of bricks and crystallise as moisture dries from the brickwork.

For more detailed care and cleaning information – CLICK HERE.

Technical Manuals

paver technical information
An extensive range of technical manuals are available – CLICK HERE

The following paver information and technical manuals are available for you to download.

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These publications copyright of Think Brick Australia. They are reproduced here by permission.
While the contents of these publication are believed to be accurate and complete, the information given is intended for general guidance.  This information does not replace the services of professional advisers on specific projects.
Local or state regulations may require variation from the practices and recommendations contained in these publications.
Littlehampton Clay Bricks and Pavers disclaims any liability whatsoever regarding the contents of these publications.