Systems for Paver Trays in Different Forms

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There are several different types of paver tray systems that you can use. These vary from interlocking to modular to porcelain. It depends on your needs.

Interlocking

Interlocking paver tray systems are an innovative, easy-to-install and highly aesthetic solution to building a patio. The tray system and 2cm pavertray combine the durability and resilience of concrete with the convenience of mortarless installation. Unlike cast-in-place concrete, the interlocking design creates a smooth surface without sealing and eliminates the need for concrete infill.

In addition to being easy to install, concrete paver tray systems are slip-resistant and fire-resistant. They are also low maintenance. These systems come in various colors, textures, and shapes. You can even create custom colors and textures to meet your specific needs.

Another great feature of this interlocking concrete paving system is that it distributes the load laterally. This design is much better than asphalt paving, which uses a single slab. It also helps reduce water runoff.

Aside from being affordable and allowing you to create a patio in a matter of hours, the Fiberglass grid paver tray system is environmentally friendly. It allows for optimal expansion and contraction.

Porcelain

Porcelain paver tray systems are used for patios, walkways, driveways, pool decks and other outdoor applications. They are made from a single layer of 20mm thick porcelain that is highly stain-resistant and slips-resistant. Depending on the manufacturer, this tray is available in various colors, including “Cool-Roof” colors that meet LEED requirements.

These porcelain paving stones are made from high-tech manufacturing processes resulting in unique strength pavers. They are also easy to clean with standard household cleaners. Their resistance to thermal shock, abrasion, and scratches makes them an excellent choice for outdoor flooring.

Archatrak offers a variety of steel protection trays designed for use with porcelain pavers. The ‘Spansafe’ steel protection trays are folded for extra strength. The trays are also designed to add wind uplift resistance.

Tile Tech has a full range of porcelain paver systems. Their Terrazzo-Series(TM) and Slate-Series(TM) porcelain pavers are available in various colors. These porcelain paving stones are designed to meet or exceed high SRI values.

Fiberglass Grid

Fiberglass grids for paver tray systems provide various benefits for the consumer and the contractor. They are highly durable, environmentally friendly, and easy to install. The grid also allows for optimal expansion and contraction. Providing a stable surface that allows for water drainage, the grid can create overflow parking areas, hide electrical conduits, and protect pipes.

In addition, the grid is resistant to uplift. Its open grid structure provides the flexibility to orient the trays to the desired height and prevents water runoff.

Another advantage is that the material is fire-resistant and will not rust. This makes it a good choice for commercial and industrial projects.

Fiberglass grating can be laid in a grid pattern to conceal any irregularities in the surface. Additionally, it is shallow in weight, making it less likely to break. These gratings can be used to support planter trays or electrical conduits.

Another benefit of the system is the ability to stack the trays, creating a raised bed or patio. You can even lay the trays side-by-side to create a neat border. All of these features allow for endless design options.

Modular

There are different types of modular paver tray systems on the market. While some techniques are constructed of concrete and elevated pedestal slabs, others are made of porcelain. Understanding the differences between the various systems will help you decide the right choice for your project.

Porcelain Pavers are made from a single layer of 20mm thick load-bearing porcelain. This nonporous material is highly slip-resistant and resists chipping and staining. These pavers are suitable for use with deck support systems.