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Suitable for areas that require base preparations such as tree surrounds, driveways or extension to existing paving. Appropriate edge restraints are required. If plastic or silty sub-grade is present (California Bearing Ratio (CBR) <2%) then a granular capping layer may be necessary.

Description

SureCell is a system which is also known as a cellular ground reinforcement system. Its cellular grid structure is manufactured from 75% recycled polypropylene. It has an interlocking system which is laid directly on a compacted stone and in-filled with loose gravel.

The system is a 52 mm deep structure, which is supplied in manageable sizes that clip together to create a connected cellular reinforcement structure, which is infilled with 4/ 10 mm graded crushed aggregate to BS EN 12620 and well compacted. In addition, a top layer of SureSet resin bound paving can be added. SureCell will provide a fully permeable, sustainable urban drainage system (SuDS). Consult the manufacturer for further details.

Features and benefits:

  • Quick, cost effective and easy to install.
  • Strong with a high load bearing capacity.
  • Inert and stable.
  • Expected lifespan of over 50 years.
  • Fully permeable, efficiently filtering water back into the natural water table.
  • Covered by a 21-year guarantee.
  • Fully compliant with sustainable urban drainage system (SuDS).

Applications:

Suitable for areas that require base preparations such as tree surrounds, driveways or extension to existing paving. Appropriate edge restraints are required. If plastic or silty sub-grade is present (California Bearing Ratio (CBR) <2%) then a granular capping layer may be necessary.

Specification data
Product Reference

SureCell®

Standard product features

Technical characteristics:

  • Material: 100% post-consumer recycled polypropylene.
  • Size: 52 x 260 x 480 mm.
  • Cell per unit: 45.
  • Nominal weight: 4.58 kg/m².
  • Compressive strength: Filled and confined: >400 t/m². Unfilled and unconfined: 148.58 t/m².
  • Service temperature: -30 to +120°C.

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