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34 GROUND REINFORCEMENT; HEATING & RENEWABLES


Parking with sustainable grass reinforcement


For both commercial and domestic car parks and driveways there are options for concrete grass reinforcement. Grass Concrete Ltd enjoys the benefit of offering both concrete and plastic grass paving. The massive permeability features of grass paving address requirements for SUDS, helping avoid surface water run-off into sewer network during heavy rainfall. For regular trafficked areas where regular or heavy-duty vehicles can be expected the company’s well known Grasscrete is cast on-site, providing massive structural integrity with deep soil pockets to establish the best possible grass coverage. Alternatives but still with a strong concrete under-structure for regular parking is Grassblock, available as a pre-cast option, again provides maximum load bearing capacity. Grass Concrete only recommend plastic paving using Grassroad where light trafficking applications are called for for example secondary parking. Talk to the experts of 40 years to find out more.


01924 379443 www.grasscrete .com


New online tool helps designers


Evinox are excited to announce the launch of the ModuSat® Heat Interface Unit Online Selector. Available via the Evinox Energy website, this intuitive tool recommends the ideal HIU(s) for a district or communal heat network development, based on project parameters entered by the user. With over 15 years of experience in the design and manufacture of interface units for heat network systems, Evinox created the Selector with M&E consultants in mind, aiming to provide a tool that is easy to use, and can help with sizing and selection whilst saving time for the specifier. As well as all the functionality detailed, the user can also save unit selections and calculations for each project and come back at any time to access or edit them or to create a new selection, making this a really useful resource for consultants. Find out how the ModuSat® Selector can help with the specification of heat interface units and try it out by visiting their website or contact Evinox for further information.


01372 722277 selector.evinoxenergy.co.uk


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