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Footprints made of concrete

“Huella,” which means “footprint” in Spanish, is also the name of a high-edged concrete paver shaped like a footprint. It is produced by the vibrated press-bond method and consists of a concrete core and a facing layer.

Its design enables compositions of various material densities and degrees of sealing. It is therefore suitable for paving surfaces with varying requirements: for example, pedestrian areas or streets. It can be laid both in areas subjected to high traffic and in traffic-calmed zones. The paver has a height of 10 cm and is laid on a sand bed of 4 to 6 cm thickness that has been...

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