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Three Box Paver Block

Three Box Paver Block

Product Details:


Price And Quantity

  • as per requirment Piece

Trade Information

  • Cash Advance (CA), Cheque, Telegraphic Transfer (T/T)
  • Yes
  • Contact us for information regarding our sample policy
  • standard
  • Rajasthan
  • ISO 9001-2008,ISI12592

Product Description

In this field we are recognized amongst trusted organizations, engaged in offering Three Box Paver Block. To manufacture this block, we use optimum quality materials. This block is used for paving garden area in resorts and residential establishments. Offered block gives the premises and pathways an eye catchy looks. We make available this Three Box Paver Block in different sizes and designs as per client's requirements. Also, we offer this block at pocket friendly prices.


  • Light weight
  • Resistant to breakage
  • Smooth finishing


General Information

Interlocking Paver Blocks have been widely used throughout the world, and has been recently been introduced and patronized in India. Also. These blocks are widely replacing the traditional concrete and bricks pavements and even bituminous roads.

Use of Paver Blocks result in tremendous saving in time and reduced inconvenience to the users. The Paver Blocks, being factory produced, ensure good quality and uniformity of shape, shade and size besides consistency of strength. The same cannot be said in respect of traditional concrete and bituminous pavements and roads.

With Paver Blocks, beautiful design and color patterns can be easily achieved as these can be given any shape, pattern and shade during manufacture. This advantage is not possible with traditional materials.

It has very good wear resistance and the grooves between the individual inter-locking blocks provide added safety against slips and skidding of movies vehicles.

Laying the Paver Blocks is a simple operation and does not require either highly skilled labour or costly and elaborate machinery for laying as in the case with the traditional concrete and bituminous pavements and roads.

Maintenance of Paver Blocks paving is extremely easy and very economical as any single damaged piece can be replaced anytime and without the need of any diversion of users or any traffic dislocation etc.

Salient Features :

  • Very high resistance to wear & tear.
  • Resistance to structural damage due to cracking.
  • Negligible maintenance cost.
  • Easy and fast laying without any costly equipment or process.
  • Very high aesthetics and design combination possibilities.
  • Best repair solution where frequent soil settlements occur.
  • Consistent quality in respect of strength, shape & colour.

Application :

Heavy Duty

Road, Ports, Depots & Cargo Terminals, Industrial floors.

Medium Duty

Commercial complex, Markets, Petrol pumps, Driverways etc.

Light Duty

Foot Paths, Designer Lawns, Parks, Driveways.

Specification :

Dimensions :

The length and breadth of the Paver Block may vary and depends on the shape of the blocks. The blocks are available in the following thickness:-

Heavy Duty


100 mm

Medium Duty


80 mm / 60 mm

Light Duty


60 mm / 50 mm

Tolerances :

The following tolerances are maintained to ensure uniform finish of the paved surfaces.

  • Length : +2 mm
  • Breadth : +2 mm
  • Thickness : +3 mm

Raw Material :


OPC-43 Grade (Confirming to IS : 8112-1976)


As per IS : 383-1970


Permissible and durable colouring pigments.


According to IS : 456-1978

Technical Information :

  • Materials : The Raw Materials used for the manufacture of Paver Blocks are according to the specifications.
  • Cement : Cement used in the manufacture of paver Blocks is ordinary Portland cement conforming to IS : 81121976 (43 Grade OPC) or IS: 12269-1987 (43 Grade OPC)
  • Aggregates : Graded Aggregate (Coarse & Fine) used in the backing layer of paver blocks conforms to the requirements of IS: 383-1970, For the wearing layer, unless otherwise specified, aggregate of marble chips or any other natural stone chips of similar characteristics and hardness, marble of two hardness is also added, if required.
  • Colouring : Pigments: Pigments synthetic or otherwise used for colouring are of best quality to ensure consistency and durability, and contains no substance detrimental to concrete.
  • Water : The water used to prepare concrete for the manufacturing of paver block is according to the requirements of IS: 456-1978 (Code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete)
  • Concrete : According to IS : 456-1978 (Code of Practice for Plain & Reinforced Cement Concrete)
  • Manufacture: Compressed by Hydraulic press.
  • Compressive Strength : Compressive strength of the paver blocks are maintained at specified requirements of the concrete grades used.

Compressive Strength

The compressive strength of the specimen of the paver blocks determined by dividing the maximum load by the surface area of the paver blocks.

Procedure of determining the compressive strength

The compressive strength testing machine should be capable of proper load application and should have the lading capacity more than the required. The load gauge showing the load should be calibrated frequently from the authorized laboratory, so that the accuracy of the gauge guaranteed.

The specimen shall be placed in the machine with wearing surface upward and the specimen shall be aligned with the plates of machine at both sides. After the proper placement of specimen in the machine at both sides. After proper placement of specimen in the machine the lad shall be applied and it shall be increased gradually at the rate of approximately 15 N / mm2 per minute, till the maximum lad is achieved. The maximum load shall be recorded. The same procedure shall be applied over the three or four separate specimen.

Calculation of compressive strength

The compressive strength is determined by dividing maximum load (Beard by the specimen) divided by the surface area of the specimen. This is calculated at average of the least three test results.

The average compressive strength shall not be less than the required strength of 30 N/mm2, 40N/mm2 for M-30, M-40 or M-50 Grades of concrete respectively. The concrete grade other than the above may also be used depending on customer's requirements. The consignment of paver blocks is divided into a number of lots. Each lot is inspected and tested separately for ascertaining its conformity to the strength requirements.

Process Flow Chart along with controls quality control

  • Fine aggregate
  • cement
  • Colour Pigments if Required
  • Backing Layer
  • Wearing Layer
  • Moulding
  • Compressed Hydraulically
  • Kept for air drying for 24 Hrs.
  • Curing
  • Finished product
Process :
  • ISI marked cement is used (Conforming to IS : 8112-1976, IS: 12269-1987)
  • Aggregate tested from outside lab, also tested for particle size distribution in our lab.
  • Proper ratio of cement to fine aggregate in backing layer ensured while mixing.
  • Proper mixing ensured in mechanical mixer.
  • The proportion of colouring pigment in waring layer is ensured.
  • Minimum Water-Cement ratio ensured to achieve proper mould ability and strength
  • Min. thickness of wearing layer ensured while placing the mix in mould.
  • Appropriate thickness of backing layer ensured while placing the concrete in moulds.
  • Checked for minimum pressure / vibration.
  • Careful handling done to avoid breakages or damages.
  • Checked for thickness.
  • Paver Blocks with any visual defects, breakages of edges segregated and rejected.
  • Kept for air drying for 24 Hours on specially fabricated base to avoid damages.
  • Required curing ensured.
  • The finished product specimen tested for compressive strength.
  • Finish blocks are visually checked for any defects before dispatching to customers.

Installation :

  • Compacted sub grade set to proper profile and accommodating subsoil drainage where required.
  • Sub base course / working platform on weak sub grades.
  • Granular or stabilized base course suitable for traffic and environmental conditions.
  • Compacted coarse sand bedding level of appropriate thickness over finished base course.
  • Precast edge restraint blocks (Kerb Stones etc.) along boundaries of pavement.
  • Interlocking paver blocks paved on sand in desired pattern.
  • Fine sand or other fine material combinations speed on top of the paved interlocking paver blocks.
  • Interlocking paver blocks compacted and embedded into the sand bedding layer through vibratory compaction using plate vibrator.

Lying Recommendations

Heavy duty

Sub grade Drainage

Compacted sub grade

Sub Base

Soaked CBR less than 4%

Base Course

Cement Bound Material with min. Compressive strength 30 Kg /Cm2

Sand Bedding

Minimum 40mm Thick

Edge Restraint Blocks

Minimum 28 Days Comp. Strength of ERBs Recommended 300 Kg /Cm.2.

Proper Embedding

Through Plate Vibrator.

Medium Duty

Sub Grade

Compacted Sub-grade is recommended

Base Course

Cement bound material is recommended with minimum comp. Strength 30 Kg / Cm.2.

Sand Bedding

25 mm to 40 mm thick.

Edge Restraint

The minimum comp. Strength of ERBs recommended 200Kg / Cm.2.


By Plate vibrator

Light Duty (For Garden Purpose etc.)

Sub Grade

Compacted Sub grade is recommended

Base Course

Layer of Gravel

Sand Bedding

25 mm thick

Edge Restraint

Minimum Comp. Strength of ERBs recommended 200 Kg / Cm.2.


By Plate vibrator

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