The number after the L in the block name indicates the amount of blocks per square meter, So the L22 requires 22 blocks per square meter, while the L11 only requires 11. A larger block will require less blocks, while a smaller block will allow you to turn tighter corners in your design.
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Terraforce Retaining Block L11, L12, L15, L16 Standard (also in a rock face finish) ® Elongated shape.
Optional vertical interlock allowing for seamless variations of wall inclination (90-35 degrees). Eliminate the use of geogrids in many cases. Convex and concave corners and curves of small radius allow complex designs to suit most site conditions. Cuts evaporation, improves drainage, allows for effective backfill compaction. Plant growth deters graffiti. more
Terraforce Retaining Block L13, L18, L22 Standard (Or rock round face) ®
Terraforce blocks lend themselves, among many other applications, to creating beautiful terraced gardens, heavy duty retaining and erosion control, for storm water, river bank and sea shore protection. This is the original shape of Terraforce blocks. It can turn tighter corners due to it’s shorter shape. more
|Terraforce 4×4 Multi Step block ®|
Light, versatile concrete unit, generally used for constructing low terrace walls, stairs and seating arrangements.
Popular not only for stairway access, but also to provide comfortable, practical stair and seating arrangements at leisure amenities and school sports facilities. more
|Terracrete Hard Lawn Paver ®|
Versatile eco-surface hard lawn paving block. The units can be laid in different patterns and may be used with or without ground anchors for the lining of riverbanks and other areas subjects to soil erosion. The paving of grassed roads and parking areas, as well as the stabilising of steep embankments such as bridge abutments, are possible. more
|Terrafix Erosion Control block ®|
interlocking environmentally acceptable element made of high strength concrete. It was specifically designed to provide a flexible lining where cost-effective protection against wind and water erosion is required. Terrafix blocks are available in three different thicknesses and can be laid in a variety of configurations to suit most site conditions. more
|Terralite Rock Face block ® (light landscaping)|
It’s small size means that it goes around sharp or wide convex and concave curves with ease. It also merges seamlessly from a vertical to an inclined wall. It can be used to create steps by reversing the block and changing the texture and it can be used in combination with the 4×4 Multi Step block. The 150mm riser of the 4×4 Multi Step block matches the Terralite height. more