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Wienerberger introduces new Kassei KTF clay paver

  • 15 Dec 2017

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Wienerberger has increased its product offering with the launch of a new Kassei KTF clay paver.

The new natural paving solution offers versatility, suitable whatever the scheme design as it can be laid on both a rigid and flexible bed.

The Kassei KTF paver has the appearance of natural stone and is available in a variety of colours, including Astra, Caron, Lotis and Orion. Each paver is also available in a tumbled design.

In addition, the Kassei blend is a combination of all four colours and is available in the tumbled format.

Jo Roberts, Landscape Category Product Manager, commented: “The launch of the Kassei clay paver not only looks great, but also offers a versatile and cost-effective paving solution, suitable for a wide range of landscaping projects.”

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