TurfPave - Model HD - Sstructural Module
From Turf Stabilisation
TurfPave® HD is a structural module designed with sufficient depth to contain and stabilise grass. It is engineered to withstand loads in areas subjected to pedestrian and occasional vehicular traffic.
TurfPave® HD consists of a network of porous cells which protect grass roots against compaction. The openings at the base and side allow roots and plant runners to spread freely to establish vigorous root development to encourage healthy plant growth.
TurfPave® HD modules interlock ensuring that they remain in place during and after installation. The connections between cells allow assembled panels to flex and conform to undulating terrain.
TurfPave® HD is suitable for use as a permeable surface in stormwater management systems as it allows rain water to percolate through the in-fill and infiltrate into the base course below. This process serves to filter pollutants from stormwater at source and prevents water logging. Concrete or asphalt surfaces are impervious surfaces and do not allow infiltration thereby contributing to the Urban Heat Island Effect (UHIE).
TurfPave® HD is made from 100% recycled materials and supports Green Building Certification.
- Access for emergency vehicles
- Pedestrian pathways
- Street shoulder parking areas
- Golf cart path
- Racetrack infields and pit areas
TurfPave® HD is used in the construction of grass access pathways for emergency vehicles and stabilisation of areas such as overflow parking, residential driveways, golf buggy and equestrian dressage arenas and paths, and pleasure craft parking ramps.
- Reduces erosion and soil migration
- • Does not hinder root and runner growth
- • Easily installed and removed
- • Stacking ability reduces storage and transport cost
- • Conform to uneven surfaces
- • Supports Green Building certification
- Material : Recycled Polypropylene
- Dimensions : 500mm x 500mm
- Height : 35mm
- Weight : ~2.3 kg/m²
- Compressive strength : ~3000 t/m² (filled)
- Chemical Resistance : Resistant to rot, oils, acids, alkalis, bitumen and naturally occurring soil chemicals