Drainjoint permeable paving is easy to install and can be used with many different materials. Removing the need for pavers to carry nibs or extensions and avoiding the requirement for large, unsightly aggregate joints, the system preserves the beauty of the paving material. (above scheme at Paul Street, Shoreditch in London is a great example).

Drainjoint allows for any material to be laid as a permeable paving system, be it natural stone, clay or concrete, and it can accommodate any paving size (not just those designed for a 6mm aggregate joint). The product is designed to be sustainable, cost-effective and easy to install.

No aggregate joints means no continuous maintenance or rattling of blocks. No rattling reduces the potential for surface failure and eradicates the need for expensive rejointing.

Paving can be cleaned with a standard mechanical sweeper. And, as Drainjoint is non-degradable and does not absorb water, there is no potential for freeze-thaw damage.

Key Technical Features:

• Permeable infiltration joint

• Suitable for pedestrian and vehicular uses

• DEFRA compliant design service

• Paving can be laid to ‘no falls’

• For use on standard permeable sub-base

with sand joints as per Interpave and BS EN standards.