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Brett Landscaping launches Invicta with new AggTech

Concrete paving manufacturer, Brett Landscaping, has introduced a high performance Invicta range, its first block paving product to use the new AggTech surface technology developed by the company.

The Invicta range has a specially formulated surface layer creating a hard-wearing paving block with a durable but vibrant finish which shimmers in different lights.

The product has been developed at Brett Landscaping’s Cliffe site in Kent following a programme of significant investment and expansion of manufacturing capacity.

Through this new AggTech process unique natural aggregates are used on the surface of each paving block to create a stunning durable finish. The Invicta range will be available in four colours: Pearl, Moonstone, Onyx and Citrine. The colours are complementary so the different shades can be laid and arranged to meet a bespoke design brief, or to the preferred style and taste of the homeowner or client.

The block paving will be available in five single size packs using 800mm thick blocks, with sizes: 600x200mm, 300x200mm,300x100mm,200x200mm and 200x100mm.

There is also an Invicta Trio pack which is made up of three different block sizes in 60mm thickness: 105x140mm, 140x140mm and 210x140mm.

The paving blocks can be laid in a range of patterns and the premium surface mix creates a hard-wearing, high performance paving just as suitable for high foot traffic in a public realm project, using the 80mm blocks, as it is for a domestic setting using the 60mm blocks.

Included as part of the Invicta range are additional Invicta Flow paving blocks which are manufactured with a unique nib design for applications where permeable paving and a SuDS solution is a requirement.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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