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Wienerberger expands paver offering

  • 10 Nov 2017

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Wienerberger has recently expanded its offering of clay pavers with the addition of the new KK80 clay paver.

The new paver offers durability that is suitable for all commercial applications. With the ability to be regularly subjected to heavy vehicular traffic, the paver is colour fast – making it a resilient and cost-effect solution.

The KK80 measures at 80mm deep, and 200x100mm and is available in six natural colours including Bruno, Mastiek, Nero, Padova, Paviona and Siena.

This new addition will help the provider of wall roof and landscaping solutions to meet the needs of clients wanting to use products for commercial, heavily trafficked areas to pedestrian walkways.

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