Trief® GST2A Large Taper Kerb - left hand to splay

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Brett Trief GST2A is a passive safety kerb which is designed to contain and redirect vehicles safely back onto the carriageway, in the direction it was travelling. Trief can be used to provide protection to pedestrians, structures, vehicles (including their occupants), soft landscaping, etc.

The GST2AL2 large left hand taper can be used on its own to transition from the GST1A profile to the British Standard SP2 profile. Alternatively if used in conjunction with the GST2AL1 taper it can be used to create a seamless transition from GST2A to a SP2 kerb.

Size

  • 325 x 380 x 914 mm

Colour

  • Natural

Other Information

  • Design service available
  • Cutting service available
  • Available in granite or exposed aggregate
  • Full range of transitions, radius and quadrants are available

Trief kerbs manufactured in accordance with BS EN 1340: 2003 and are to be installed in accordance with the BS7533 suite of standards.

Platform Compatible Version Certified to
IFC IFC 2X3 4 1.3
Revit Revit 2016 + 5 2.0

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Properties and values

IFC
IfcExportAs
IfcSlabType
IfcExportType
PAVING
COBie
NBS_General
NBS_Data
ColourOptions
n/a
EnvironmentalProductDeclaration
n/a
FinishOptions
Granite, Exposed aggregate, Smooth concrete
PhysicalPropertiesAbrasionResistance
Class 4
PhysicalPropertiesBendingStrength
Class 2
PhysicalPropertiesProfileDesignation
SP to Trief® GST2A
PhysicalPropertiesProfileInterlockingFeatures
n/a
PhysicalPropertiesRecycledContentMinimum
Up to 10%, depending on site of manufacture
PhysicalPropertiesUnpolishedSlipResistanceValueUSRVMinimum
Wet: 59
PhysicalPropertiesWeatheringResistance
Class 3
Thickness
0
Pset_SlabCommon

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    What's Changed?

    6/8/2018

    Object upgraded to NBS BIM Object Standard v2.0.

    5/25/2017
    2/13/2017