Beton Pfenning

ArcoSwing: Artistically curved shape

The fact that contemporary paving blocks do not always have to feature a classical rectangle format is demonstrated by the new paving system ArcoSwing of the product family CombiStabil. This system, consisting of three different sizes, enables an installation in a visually appealing way. The system has been conceived to enable laying the 120 cm long and 53.7 cm wide curved pavers so as to create a closed surface consisting of staggered segments.


Suitable for
high-loaded traffic areas

The system offered in four color and surface versions visually appears very extravagant, in particular, in...

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