Laying on wet sand with cement

The slabs are laid on a base of sand mixed with cement. This technique guarantees the slabs long term stability and their vehicle accessibility. It also allows to lay the slabs straight on the floor screed avoiding the high costs of the levelling screed arrangements. Expansion joints are necessary and joints must be filled with cementitious grout.




DRIVE-OVER

Guaranteed drive-over for slabs with
2, 3 and 6 cm (0.8", 1.2" and 2.4") thickness

Installation

Example of laying on ground

  • A) Slab
  • B) Adhesive for sintered stone
  • C) Sand with cement levelling screed
  • D) Floor screed

The proposed diagrams and indications are purely indicative of the type of application: please refer to the specific regulations in force in your country in order to lay the floor to the highest technical standards.


ADVANTAGES

  • Maximum stability over time
  • Ideal for driveways
  • Ideal for intense pedestrian circulation

DESTINATIONS

  • Driveways
  • Pool sides
  • Terraces
  • Car parking
  • Residential areas
  • Commercial areas
  • Outdoor stairs
  • Garage ramps

Instructions:


What you need:

Slab


Level


Toothed Spatula


Sand


Cement


Adhesive


Concrete mixer


Rubber mallet


Vibro compactor


Cross spacers


Installation

Example of laying on ground of
STONE GRES Pavè

  • A) Slab
  • B) Mixed cement sand
  • C) Screed with electrowelded mesh
  • D) Roadbed
  • E) Soil

The proposed diagrams and indications are purely indicative of the type of application: please refer to the specific regulations in force in your country in order to lay the floor to the highest technical standards.


Instructions:


What you need:

Pavè


Level


Sand


Cement


Concrete mixer


Rubber mallet