Figure 14 Kerb

Figure 14 Kerb – also known as the Channel Kerb which is used on commercial and industrial roads to channel run-off water.

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Figure 14 Kerb

Figure 14 Kerb – also known as the Channel Kerb which is used on commercial and industrial roads to channel run-off water.

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Product Name Figure 14 Kerb
Length 1000mm
Mass Per Unit 60kg
SANS 927 : 2007
Figure 14 Kerb Technical Information

It is common practice in South Africa to use a concrete foundation for precast concrete kerbs. This is recommended by Bosun.

It is important to fill expansion joints with a suitable sealant in order to prevent bedding and jointing material of segmented paving behind the kerbs seeping out of empty expansion joints. 

Precast kerbs are commonly installed in combination with cast in situ channels. Bosun recommends the use of precast channels which eliminates many issues caused by cast in situ channels. However, if channels are cast in situ, precast kerbs should be covered in order to protect them against concrete splatter. It is also recommended to protect kerbs against asphalt splatter.

Kerbs generally weigh in excess of 100kg per unit. Bosun actively promotes the use of specialist handling tools in order to protect workers on site.

These tools are available from www.cretesol.co.za

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