GEOPAVE® POROUS PAVEMENTS: STABILIZED GRAVEL PAVERS
Reduce your site's impervious surface, and reduce stormwater runoff with a stabilized aggregate porous pavement system that supports traffic loading.
The Presto GeoPave® system is an economical solution, delivering long-term stability of the aggregate surface while acting as a natural on-site stormwater retention system. Meet green building goals and earn LEED credits.
STRUCTURAL FRAMEWORK STABILIZES INFILL
GeoPave units hold open-graded aggregate in place through a unique herringbone cell pattern and monolithic mesh bottom. It's a one-of-a-kind structural framework and the only pavement system specifically designed for containing and locking aggregate infill in place.
GEOPAVE® FEATURES & ADVANTAGES
GeoPave paving units are designed for maximum load transfer and support, resistance to traffic stresses, maximum infill stabilization and stormwater storage.
- Performs to an H/HS-20 loading with minimal base.
- Reduces overall installation costs by requiring far less depth of base than lighter-weight or rolled pavement systems.
- Individual GeoPave units are sized for easy handling.
- Structurally connects with strong U-CLIP devices, maximizing load distribution and forming required pavement size and layout.
- Resists movement or breakage from vehicle turning stresses and torsional loads.
GEOPAVE Material: Recycled High-Density Polyethylene (See specifications, case studies and other design and construction tools on right side bar.)
GeoPave Unit Size: 20 in x 40 in x 2 in deep (.50 m x 1.0 m x 50 mm).
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The GeoPave system is a low-impact, eco-friendly product that utilizes recycled materials and contributes to LEED® green building credits.
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