Paving Jointing Stabilisers

Cretesol (Pty) Ltd is an exclusive supplier of Resiblock’s products in the Southern African region. Below we explain what paving joint stabilisers are and why you should stabilise your paving joints.

Browse our paving jointing stabilisers below. Delivery included on all online products nationwide.

What is paving joint stabilising?

Segmented paving is commonly jointed with sand. In certain applications, sand jointing might be problematic as flooding, slopes, traffics or other site specific conditions might cause the jointing to be washed out or removed mechanically. In simple language, joint stabilising means gluing the sand particles to each other and the adjacent paving stones with a special material that will be durable enough to withstand vehicular traffic, yet remain flexible in order for paving to still act as a system that distributes weight between pavers and the layers underneath. In many instances, the stabilizing of joints might form part of a maintenance regime, especially in areas where jointing material is lost on a recurring basis. Sometimes joint stabilisers are specified by pavement engineers from the outset as it is a know fact that it extends the life of segmented pavements.

Resiblock's paving jointing stabilisers used at an  airport

Shop Resiblock Paving Jointing Stabilisers

Resiblock 22

  • Suitable for dry-cast concrete products (High porosity materials)
  • Light to heavy loads

Resiblock Resiecco

Resiblock Resiecco 5l
  • Suitable for wet-cast concrete products and clay (Low porosity materials)
  • Light to medium loads

Resiblock Envirofix

Resiblock Envirofix 25l
  • Suitable for stabilizing larger jointing materials used for permeable pavements.

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