outdoor flooring self-locking matrix rock yellow black


    €25.53 per m2
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    Matrix Rock yellow black is a self-blocking floor covering with a structured double-layer surface inspired by the natural imperfections of porphyry. The colour of the blocks is light, in shades of ochre with anthracite nuances. The thickness of the blocks is 6 cm. Perfect for light and heavy carriagewaysMinimum order quantity: 5.5944 m2 and multiples.

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    The Matrix Rock series from Maspe is a new collection of self-locking paving that is characterised by its double-layered textured surface. 

    This irregular and imperfect surface reproduces the structure of porphyry, giving this self-locking floor covering authenticity and naturalness.

    The screeds in this series have a hue ranging from yellow ochre with darker shades tending towards graphite.

    This floor is perfect for the following uses

    • light driveways (cars);
    • heavy traffic (trucks);
    • bicycle area;
    • pedestrian area.

    The floor is frost-resistant.

    The composition of the Matrix Rock series self-locking pavement consists of three blocks, all 6 cm thick and with the following dimensions

    • 21 x 14 cm
    • 14 x 14 cm
    • 10 x 14 cm

    The laying of this type of floor is staggered and consists of spacing the three sizes of the blocks just listed. The three shapes make it possible to make the floor moving. 

    Technical specifications for shipping:

    Square metre/bank: 11.19

    Kg/sqm: 135

    Kg/pallet: 1511

    Please note: as the material is very heavy, we will provide you with an ad hoc transport quotation by writing to info@folyexport.com. Please note that to facilitate unloading at destination, a crane truck will almost always be required to ground the material.