7 mm PVC Pad for Paving and Decking

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PVC disc for use with paving slabs and timber decking complete with integrated spacing lugs. The pad will lift paving off the surface by 7 mm, making it ideal for retro-fit projects and areas with very low height thresholds.

The upper surface of the pad contains drainage channels which run out to the edges of the circular disc, meaning that rainwater will drain off the upper surface of the disc effectively. The plastic positioning lugs are incorporated into the pad as they plug into a small hole in the centre of the pad or disc.

Features and benefits:

  • Paving or decking for very tight height thresholds possible.
  • Correct positioning of paving slabs hold them securely in place.
  • Uniform spacing between paving.
  • Gives separation of paving slabs from the base structure.
  • Accommodates water drainage below the paving level.
  • Sound insulation.
  • Resistant to extreme hot and cold weather conditions.
  • Tough flexible material.
  • Labour saving and cost saving.
  • Clean and tidy, avoids the need for sand and cement.
  • Easy maintenance, inspection and repair.
Platform Compatible Version Certified to
IFC IFC - 2 2.1
Revit Revit - 2 2.1

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Properties and values

IFC
IfcExportAs
IfcMemberType
IfcExportType
NOTDEFINED
COBie
BOS_General
NBS_Data
Accessories
3 mm thick levelling shim, acoustic 2.5mm shim and 3-8 mm wedge shaped shims available
Adjustment
n/a
LugHeight
for paving 10mm; for decking 15 mm
LugWidth
for paving 2mm standard, 4, 6, 8 and 10 mm also available ; for decking 60mm
PedestalType
Fixed
Pset_MemberCommon

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    11/10/2019

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    20/02/2019
    11/12/2018
    21/08/2018
    13/02/2017