StableDRIVE gravel stabilisation panels provide a secure gravel containment and reinforcement system, designed to cope with vehicular traffic, up to and including commercial, utility and emergency traffic.
The system is ideal for car parking, access roads, hard standings, lay byes, caravan sites and even helicopter landing pads. The system will prevent gravel migration and rutting or spreading.
StableDRIVE can also be used in pedestrian and wheel chair applications, provided suitable gravel size is carefully selected to be comfortable underfoot.
Strong and flexible in use, the units have been independently tested to confirm compressive strengths of 280 tonnes per sq. metre, coping easily with axle weights up to 65 tonnes.
Units have an integrated clip joining system that aids lateral
restraint which is fast and simple to install. Supplied ready
clipped together in 1.1m2 sections (4 x panels) which can
be simply extended or separated on site.
Honeycomb structure is 55 mm across, which allows gravel
sizes up to 20 mm to be utilised. However, smaller aggregate
sizes may be used without detriment.
The units are manufactured in the UK from 100% UK
sourced re-cycled MDPE, so adding eco friendly and sustainable
credentials to the product.
The system, once installed is free draining throughout, significantly
reducing demand on surface water drainage capacity.
Supplied in pallet quantities of 61.6 sq. metres per pallet, for just
in time construction, StableDRIVE HD reduces site congestion,
associated with other paving options.
The units are lightweight and easily handled on site.
Construction is unaffected by adverse weather. Productivity
rates are high, requiring no specialist skills, leading to very cost
Gravel filled StableDRIVE creates a natural alternative to resin
bound surfaces, which is easily maintained, non intrusive and
very much in keeping with local surroundings.
Whilst StableDRIVE can be used on reasonable slopes, and is
in fact a very good slope stabilizing unit, gradients over 1:20
will result in migration of the top dressing of gravel, exposing
the outline of the honeycomb which, in heavy traffic situations,
may compromise long term durability.
The system is not designed for constant HGV traffic, other
than as parking bays.