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Stepstone Oatmeal

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Paving
Fresh strong colours.

Budgetpave Biscuit Blend

Stepstone Sunstone

Stradapave Oatmeal

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The Adbri Masonry range of paving products provide unique, practical and beautiful landscape solutions.
Fresh strong colours are the hallmark of this range, colours that blend or contrast naturally with any existing
landscape or structure alike.
These landscaping pavers have been carefully selected to provide extensive choice, reliable quality and practical
installation for the trade or home handy person.

Paving

Stradapave Oatmeal with Havenbrick Charcoal inlay

Flagpave Oatmeal

Stradapave Oatmeal

paving paving

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AB Classic Bondi Blend Retaining Wall

The Adbri Masonry paving range encompasses pavers beginning at brick size and moving all the way through to large
format pavers. Many of these pavers are sized in modules of 100mm meaning that pavers will run in sequence of 100,
200, 300 and 400mm measurements. Modular sizing facilitates the practical combination of different sized pavers into
the one pavement, giving greater flexibility to design, that incorporates contrasting styles or colours as inlays, borders
or highlights.

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Stepstone Sunstone

paving paving

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Paving

Havenslab Sunstone

Stradapave Charcoal with Havenbrick Oatmeal inlay

Stepstone Oatmeal

paving paving

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Most Adbri Masonry pavers come with choice of thickness to differentiate between pedestrian and domestic driveway
applications. Many paving projects incorporate a combination of driveway and pedestrian areas and the paving range
allows the astute buyer to purchase the right paver for the right job.
Using thinner pavers for pedestrian areas saves on excavation, and the cost of pavers, thinner pavers are also lighter
and easier to handle, making them practical for the DIY Handyman.

Stradapave Oatmeal

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Paving

Havenbrick Charcoal with Oatmeal inlay

Havenbrick Charcoal

paving paving

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The additional range of capping and edging products are important accessories in completing many paving projects.
Cappers for low height walls and bullnose pavers for steps and pool edges provide for a professional finish.
The renowned range of retaining wall systems will complement any landscape and blend beautifully with your Adbri
Masonry pavers.
Importantly, all Adbri Masonry landscape products must be installed properly and maintained if they are to stay in
pristine condition. Adbri Masonry have the products but it is essential to follow the recommended installation instructions
or engage a professional tradesperson.

paving pavin

Stradapave Oatmeal Bullnose and Paving with Havenbrick Charcoal inlay

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Havenslab Charcoal with Havenbrick Charcoal border

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Type

Size (mm)
wxdxh

No. per
m2

No. per
tonne

No. per
pallet

Applications

Sunstone

Terracotta

Sunset Glow

Biscuit Blend

Port Blend

Charcoal

Budgetpave

190 x 190 x 30

27.5

424

720

Pathways/Patios

Havenbrick 40

200 x 100 x 40

50

589

900

Pathways/Patios/
Borders

Havenbrick 50

200 x 100 x 50

50

474

600

Pathways/Patios/
Borders/
Domestic Driveways

Havenpave 40

200 x 200 x 40

25

296

540

Pathways/Patios

Havenpave 50

200 x 200 x 50

25

251

360

Pathways/Patios/
Domestic Driveways

Havenslab 50

400 x 200 x 50

12.5

126

192

Pathways/Patios/
Domestic Driveways

Flagpave 40

250 x 250 x 40

16

188

288

Pathways/Patios/
Steps

Flagpave 50

250 x 250 x 50

16

147

192

Pathways/Patios/
Steps/Domestic
Driveways

Stradapave 40

300 x 300 x 40

11.1

130

216

Pathways/Patios/
Steps

Stradapave 50

300 x 300 x 50

11.1

104

192

Pathways/Patios/
Steps/Domestic
Driveways

Universal
Bullnose*

300 x 300 x 50

3.3 L/m

104

192

Steps/Pool Edge

Stepstone 50

400 x 400 x 50

6.25

54

90

Pathways/Patios/
Steps

*Full Rounded Bullnose

Colours

Salmon

Products

Oatmeal

Product Guide - Paving

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Colour Chart - Paving


Oatmeal

Sunstone

Terracotta

Salmon

Sunset Glow

Biscuit Blend

Port Blend

Charcoal

Patterns of Laying - Paving


90 Herringbone

Stretcher Bond

Diamond

Diamond

with flat header course

Basketweave

Stackbond

45 Stretcher Bond

45 Herringbone

with flat header course

with flat header course

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Residential Paving Installation


Adbri Masonry Pavers can be laid by two methods; Rigid Installation (with a concrete basecourse) or Flexible
Installation (a granular basecourse). Properly constructed rigid pavements can be more stable where soil
conditions are poor, (e.g. reactive or poorly drained clay).
Drainage is most important for a successful paving project. Care must be taken to grade the basecourse
and the finished pavement level at a minimum gradient of 2% (or 100mm per 5.0 lineal metres).
Refer to the CMAA's MA44 document for further drainage details.
The laying of pavers on a sand bed on a concrete slab is not addressed in this brochure. It can be done, but
efflorescence staining can occur on pavers laid in this manner if there is inadequate drainage of the concrete slab.
For further information please refer to: Adbri Masonry Paving Installation Guide at www.adbrimasonry.com.au and Concrete
Masonry Association of Australia (CMAA) Guidelines at www.cmaa.com.au:- T45 Concrete Segmental Pavements Design Guide for Residential Accessways and Roads, MA44 Concrete Flag Pavements - Design and Construction Guide.
Note: The following is a guide only and in no way replaces the services of a professional design consultant.

Flexible Installation

Rigid Installation (recommended for all Atenstone installations)

Step 1. Excavation: Excavate your area to allow for a granular*


basecourse, (75mm for pedestrian traffic and 100mm for driveways
after compaction), plus 20-25mm of washed coarse bedding sand
plus the thickness of the paver. Note: Pavers for driveways should
be at least 50mm thick.

Step 1. Excavation: Excavate your area to allow for a 75mm


thick, (or 100mm for a driveway) concrete slab, (rough screeded
20MPa grade with SL62 reinforcement at mid-depth and contraction
joints at 3 metre centres), plus 15-25mm of mortar plus the
thickness of the paver.

*Class A road-base or 20mm graded crushed rock are suitable materials.

Note: Pavers for driveways should be at least 50mm thick. The


concrete should be wet cured for at least 7 days before laying.

Step 2. Compact the Basecourse: Place the granular


basecourse to the desired depth and compact using a vibrating
plate machine. Ensure your basecourse is firm and of uniform
thickness. If the area needs to be built up then do so in compacted
75mm layers. Up to 5% of cement can be blended in to the granular
basecourse for more stability if required.
Step 3. Bedding Course: Spread clean coarse bedding sand
over the compacted basecourse to a depth of 25 - 35mm and
screed to a flat even surface.
Step 4. Lay the Pavers: Begin laying pavers from one corner,
utilising a string line to keep the lines straight. Don't walk on the
sand, walk on the pavers already laid.

Step 2. Apply the Bond Coat: Prepare a cement slurry by


mixing 6 parts fine washed sand to 1 part cement. Apply a thin
coat (about 1mm) to the working area of the slab with a broom and
to the underside of each Adbri Masonry paver just prior to laying.
Step 3. Lay the Pavers: Using a string line to keep the lines
straight, lay the pavers on a wet mortar bed of 15-25mm thickness.
Mortar should be mixed at a ratio of 3 parts washed concrete
sand to 1 part cement. Do not make the mortar too wet. The mortar
should be stiff enough to make a fist sized ball which holds its
shape. Pavers should be laid to form a smooth finished surface
by using a level and lightly tapping with a rubber mallet.

Step 5. Edging: Edge restraints are essential to prevent lateral


movement of the paved area and must be installed prior to the
application of the jointing sand. Refer to the Edging section for details.

Note: Do not add extra water to retemper any stiffening mortar.


Make a fresh batch instead; enough to last 30 - 45 minutes laying.

Step 6. Joints: Adbri Masonry pavers in this application should


be laid with a 3 - 4mm gap. Fill this joint with a fine washed sand
or specialised jointing sand as the paving proceeds. This will
minimise movement in the pavers when compacting.

Step 4. Joints: Adbri Masonry pavers can be laid butt-jointed, however


a fine washed sand or specialised pavement sand is recommended
to fill any small gaps. For wider joints, (e.g. >4mm) a non-shrink
grout may be used, but be careful not to smear any on the pavers.
If any does get on wash off quickly with water and a clean sponge.

Step 7. Final Compaction: To compact the pavers place a flat


heavy board across the pavers and hit with a rubber mallet.
For pavers of 50mm depth or greater, a vibrating plate machine
should be used for the best results (more jointing sand should be
added as pavers are compacted). It is recommended a piece of
carpet be placed under the plate to protect the pavers from chipping.

Notes: Do not bridge pavers over the contraction joints in the


concrete. Pavers must be cut and the joints filled with a flexible
compound as per Engineers specifications. If any mortar is spilled
on the pavers during installation remove immediately using a clean
sponge and water. Do not traffic finished pavement for 72 hours.

Flexible Installation

Rigid Installation

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Calculate Pavers Needed

Paver Cutting

The quantity of pavers needed will


depend on the area to be paved,
and the paver chosen.

You will generally find that some cutting of pavers will be required to fit into specific
areas. An angle grinder with a masonry blade is suitable for good results. On jobs where
a high number of cuts are required or the paving units are large, it is easier to hire a brick
saw with a diamond blade - remember ear muffs, eye protection and a mask.

Work out the area to be paved in square


metres. Length(m) x width(m) = area(m2)

Edging

For rectangular areas:

It is important to have a good edge restraint to stop the pavers from spreading and to
ensure that the bedding sand is not washed away. Here are two general techniques.

3m

By embedding a paver
on edge in concrete

AREA

By embedding the outside paver


5m

in concrete to approximately half


the height of the paver and back

eg. 3m x 5m = 15m2

filling with suitable garden material

For triangular areas:


1/2 x base(m) x height(m) = area(m2)

4m

eg. 1/2 x 3m x 4m = 6m2

AREA

3m

Swimming Pools
Adbri Masonry pavers meet Australian slip resistant standards, making them ideal
for swimming pool surrounds.
Adbri Masonry pavers while being strong and durable have a soft feel, making them
comfortable under bare feet or for sitting along pool edges.
Adbri Masonry manufacture some pavers specifically for salt resistant applications,
necessary for around salt chlorinated swimming pools. This range varies between
States so please consult your local Adbri Masonry distributor or Adbri Masonry
product guide for specific localised advice.
For added protection Adbri Masonry recommend sealing pavers likely to be subjected
to salt attack.

Maintenance

2m

For odd shaped areas: break into sections.


Area 1: 4m x 3m = 12m2
Area 2: 6m x 3m = 18m2
Area 3: 1/2m x 6m x 2m = 6m2
Total area to be paved = 36m2

Pavers will require some ongoing maintenance to keep looking in a pristine condition.
Dirt and dust should regularly be removed whilst any weed growth should be sprayed
and controlled. Ants should not be allowed to nest in base materials.

Cleaning
All pavers will require cleaning from time to time. Oil, rust, efflorescence and other
stains can detract from the appearance of the paver. Proprietary cleaning products for
concrete pavers (and retaining walls) are readily available. Please contact your local
distributor or Adbri Masonry for further information. Do not use Hydrochloric Acid.

4m

Sealing
AREA 1

AREA 2

A3

3m

3m

2m

Notes:
For those who calculate using feet
and inches calculate the total area into
square feet by using the same method
as above and then multiply by .0929
to convert to square metres
When calculating pavers needed add
an additional 3-5%. Allowing for
complexity of the design, cuts and
breaks.

If a more protective surface is required then Adbri Masonry suggest you seal your paving.
There are a number of sealers specifically for concrete paving so please contact your
local distributor or Adbri Masonry for further information.
Note: All coloured product should be ordered at the one time to reduce the risk of batch
variation. No claims will be accepted once product has been installed.

Retaining Wall - Miniwall


The easiest way...

Miniwall Bondi Blend

Miniwall Sunstone

Miniwall Oatmeal

retaining wall

taining wall retaining wall retaining

Simply the easiest way to create a small wall or garden edge the Miniwall and Minicap systems combine to give
the professional and do-it-yourself landscaper a natural stone finish wall with the simplest of installations.
Able to create concave and convex curves, the Miniwall system requires minimal foundation preparation. Being one
of the lightest walling blocks available and coming pre-split and ready to use, the Miniwall and Minicap systems
are completely user friendly.
Available in a range of colours, the Miniwall system can form the basis of any garden construction, whether that
be a whole garden development or a small planter box.

Miniwall Oatmeal

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retaining wall
wall retaining wall retaining wall

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Type

Size (mm)
wxhxd

No. per m2

No. per tonne

No. per pallet

Bondi Blend

Sunstone

Port Blend

Charcoal

Biscuit Blend

Products

Oatmeal

Product Guide - Miniwall

Miniwall

H 125
D 182
Front W 182
Back W 132

Solid Wall 50
Semi Solid Wall 44

136

180

Minicap

H 125
D 182
Front W 182
Back W 132

Solid Wall 50
Semi Solid Wall 44

137

180

Colour Chart - Miniwall


Oatmeal

Bondi Blend

Charcoal

Biscuit Blend

Sunstone

Port Blend

Colours

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Curved Radius
Minimum radius for inside curve is 435mm and 615mm for outside curves. As Miniwall
units can produce a tight radius, cumbersome corner units are not required - simply
round the corner off. Half units, if required, can be split or cut from full units using
a masonry cutter.
Hint: 21 units form a circle.

Maximum Heights
The Miniwall system is suitable for walls up to 500mm high (4 courses) where there is
no surcharge loading. A surcharge loading applies when:
A wall is supporting a driveway or other load
There is greater than 3:1 slope above the wall
Another retaining wall above the wall which is less in distance behind the wall than
double the height of the lower wall.

Solid Wall
Larger faces on alternative sides

Semi Solid Wall


Larger faces on visible side

Laying Instructions
Step 1
Dig a shallow trench, level and place 100mm of crushed rock in the bottom and compact.
Step 2
Spread and level 25mm of coarse sand as a bedding layer. Place the first layer of Miniwall
units onto the sand and tap into place with a mallet. A stringline is essential for building
straight walls. Ensure that each unit is level from front to back and side to side.
Step 3
Stack Miniwall units along the length of the wall to a maximum of 3 rows, ensuring that
each row is offset to the one below. If the wall is acting as a small retainer, install 90mm
agricultural pipe at the rear of the wall for drainage and fill 200mm behind the wall with
drainage material.
Step 4
Before applying Minicap units, place some construction adhesive either side of the interlocking
modules on the Miniwallunits. Position the Minicap units and press firmly into position.
Freestanding Walls
As Miniwall units are stacked vertically and both the front and back of each unit is finished
with an attractive split stone texture, both sides of the wall may be left exposed.
In this situation it is recommended that construction adhesive be used between the upper
courses of the wall.

Outside Curve

S-Curves
To build a solid wall which changes from an inside curve to an outside curve, a half unit
will be required every second course. Use a Minicap unit and perform the cut with
either a masonry saw or splitter.

Inside Curve

Wallstone Bondi Blend

retaining wall

taining wall retaining wall retaining

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Retaining Wall - Wallstone


& Wallstone Grande

Wallstone Charcoal

Wallstone Grande Bondi Blend

retaining wall

wall retaining wall retaining wall ret

The Wallstone system has many of the features of other systems but with the added advantage of choice between
a vertical wall or a setback wall. The Wallstone system gives a contemporary feel to an extremely flexible system,
encompassing straight walls, convex or concave curves, right angle corners and formal stairs in 150mm step heights.
The radius of convex walls can be as little as 2400mm and concave walls 2100mm, while the standard and tapered
units can be mixed to achieve appealing designs. Pins, clips or mortar are not required. A compacted gravel-leveling
pad is sufficient in all Wallstone applications.

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Type

Size (mm)
wxhxd

No. per
m2

No. per
tonne

No. per
pallet

Bondi Blend

Sunstone

Charcoal

Biscuit Blend

Products

Oatmeal

Product Guide - Wallstone

Hollow
Standard Stacking Unit
Tapered Stacking Unit*
Tapered Rear Width - 180mm

200 x 150 x 220


200 x 150 x 220

33

103
106

120
120

Solid
Standard Stacking Unit
Tapered Stacking Unit*
Tapered Rear Width - 180mm

200 x 150 x 220


200 x 150 x 220

33

74
78

120
120

Split Capping
Split Capper 300

300 x 60 x 250

106

144

Cornerstone
90 External Corner
Righthand

300 x 150 x 220

49

84

Cornerstone
90 External Corner
Lefthand

300 x 150 x 220

49

84

Wallstone Grande

300 x 150 x 220

69

90

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*Tapered units are always supplied in equal quantities of left and right.

Typical Cross Section Wallstone and Wallstone


Grande
Maximum Heights (Before Capping):
Wallstone and Wallstone Grande:
Setback Wall - 750mm + cap.
Wallstone and Wallstone Grande:
Vertical Wall - 600mm + cap.
These heights apply to all site soil types
excluding clay or sandy/silty clays and are
applicable for residential applications only.
These conditions must be observed:
Wall designs are for level backfill
or maximum 1 in 8 slope at rear of wall
The distance between terraced walls
must exceed 2x the height of the lower wall
No static loads are to be applied to the wall
Water run-off must be diverted away
from the wall.
If any of these conditions cannot be met,
or your wall exceeds the maximum design
height, please ask Adbri Masonry for help
or consult a suitably qualified engineer.

Colours

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Colour Chart - Wallstone


Oatmeal

Bondi Blend

Sunstone

Charcoal

Biscuit Blend

Laying Instructions
Step 1
Dig a shallow trench, level and place 100mm of crushed rock in the bottom. Level and compact. Allow for 75mm embedment of the
bottom course and 300mm behind the wall for drainage.
Step 2
Spread and level approximately 25mm of coarse sand as a bedding layer then place the first course of Wallstone units. Use a stringline
for creating a straight line, and level from side to side and front to back. Install a 90mm Agricultural Pipe (on grade) at the rear of the
wall for drainage.
Step 3
Fill behind each course with granular rock for drainage and carefully compact. Check each course is level before proceeding and stack
each additional row offsetting from the block below.
Step 4
On the last course of stacking units, place a line of adhesive front and back and place the capping unit. Apply pressure to secure and
use a stringline and level for the best result.
Notes:
Slope the soil above and below the wall to ensure that water will flow away from and not accumulate near the wall
It is advisable to place a dob of adhesive between corner units
If a vertical wall is required then follow the same instructions but remove the narrow section at the top of each unit using a bolster chisel.

Building Steps with Wallstone


and Wallstone Grande
The versatility of building steps is only limited
by your imagination. Steps can be designed
with flowing curves or with right angles.
The simplest step design combines
Wallstone standard units with corner
units and Wallstone capping as step
treads.
Alternatively, bullnose pavers may be
used as step treads.

Cross Section

Landscape View

Retaining Wall - Allan Block


Simple, strong and reliable.

AB Classic Sunstone

AB Classic Bondi Blend

retaining wall

taining wall retaining wall retaining

The unique features of Allan Block products make construction of retaining walls simple yet strong and reliable.
Ideal for any domestic project or larger engineered commercial structure.
The Allan Block range is a totally versatile system allowing for convex or concave curves, straight walls, right angle
corners, steps and terraced walls.

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wall retaining wall retaining wall

AB Classic Bondi Blend

AB Aussie Vertical Bondi Blend

retaining wall

AB Junior Oatmeal

retaining wall

taining wall retaining wall retaining

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Retaining Wall - Allan Block

AB Aussie Vertical
Bondi Blend

Steps using Allan Block

AB Aussie Vertical Charcoal

retaining wall

wall retaining wall retaining wall ret

Allan Block units are now available vertical as well as with setbacks to suit any project. Allan Block retaining walls
have a choice of setbacks and a maximum non-engineered height of 1200mm. Always check with your Council where
a surcharge loading applies or for their maximum permitted height for non-engineered walls. For further information
please refer to the AB Installation Guide or contact Adbri Masonry for assistance.

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Silty
Sand

Clean
Sand or
Gravel

Bondi Blend

Sunstone

Charcoal

Biscuit Blend

Products

Oatmeal

Product Guide - Allan Block

600mm

700mm

800mm

600mm

700mm

800mm

Suitable for all AB products

180

Specifically for AB Junior


and AB Aussie

86

120

Suitable for all AB products

3.3 L/m

104

192

11.5

32

40

900mm

1100mm

1200mm

12

11.5

32

40

1000mm

1400mm*

1500mm*

Type

Size (mm)
wxhxd

Setback

AB Junior

216 x 200 x 240

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68

100

AB Aussie

435 x 200 x 240

11.5

34

40

AB
Cornerstone
**

Lefthand or
Righthand (shown)
400 x 200 x 196

N/A

45

60

AB Split
Capper
Short

216 x 80 x 245

N/A

N/A

122

AB Split
Capper
Long

216 x 80 x 310

N/A

N/A

Universal
Bullnose*

300 x 30 x 500

AB Classic

435 x 200 x 305

AB Stones

435 x 200 x 305

No. per No. per No. per Firm to


m2
tonne
pallet Silty Clay

^ Made to order
* Wall heights achievable by replacing grandular fill (in drainage zone) with no fines concrete.
** AB Cornerstones are also available pitched.
Notes:
Walls that exceed the maximum heights for gravity walls listed will need reinforcement
Refer to Adbri Masonry for guidelines on designing geogrid reinforced retaining walls
Special colours can be made for large projects.

Colours

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Colour Chart - Allan Block


Oatmeal

Bondi Blend

Sunstone

Charcoal

Biscuit Blend

Installation Guide - Allan Block


AB Installation Summary
Step 1
Excavate base trench at wall location and install Base Material (a well graded compactable aggregate 5mm to 20mm diameter).
Base Trench is typically 600mm wide by 100mm deep plus 25mm in depth for every 300mm of wall height. Begin excavation at the
lowest point and dig a level trench into the slope until it is deep enough to accommodate 100mm Base Material and the recommended
depth of embedment.
Step 2
Install base material and rake smooth and compact, check the entire length for level and adjust as needed.
Step 3
Install basecourse starting at the lowest point. Place the first row of Allan Block unit on the base material with the raised front lip facing
up and forward to the front of the wall. Check and adjust the level and alignment of all blocks with a stringline across the back of the
blocks or the back of the lips. Make minor adjustments by tapping the block with a rubber mallet. Irregularities in the base course
become larger as the wall stacks up!
Step 4
Install an Agricultural Pipe at the bottom rear of the drainage field with appropriate fall to designated drainage point. Fill Allan Block
hollow cores and the minimum 300mm behind the wall with drainage material (not crushed rock or material containing fines).
Using onsite soils, backfill behind drainage zone and in front of the base course.
Step 5
Brush off excess drainage material from top of blocks. Stack the next row of blocks with the vertical joints offset from the joints below.
Blocks may be adjusted to form straight lines and smooth curves. Check it is level and adjust as needed before installing drainage and
backfill materials as in Step 4.
Step 6
Using a vibrating plate compactor, compact over the top of the blocks running parallel to the wall. This will lock the blocks into
position. Avoid hitting the front lip, as this will knock the blocks out of alignment. Next, compact the drainage and then the backfill
area, always running parallel to the wall.
Step 7
Install additional courses by repeating steps 5 and 6. Each lift of drainage and backfill materials should be installed in the same manner,
compact in lifts of 200mm (every course).
This summary is intended as a general guide only. For more detailed information including creating curves, corners, steps,
terraced walls or water management, please refer to the seperate Allan Block Installation Guide (available from Adbri Masonry
or your local distributor) before constructing your wall.
For walls that exceed the maximum heights in the table opposite please consult an engineer and check with your local
Council for requirements.

Adbri Masonry
Paving and Retaining Wall Landscape Solutions
1st Edition South Australia
Dec 2008 - Adbri Masonry Pty Ltd

Please Note:
Product to be purchased by the unit
as metre price is approximate only
Prices are delivered prices in normal
delivery areas for two (2) pallets or more
An additional surcharge applies for all
deliveries under two (2) pallets,
please enquire at point of sale.
Payment is to be made in full at the
time of order unless prior arrangements
have been made
All coloured product should be ordered
at the one time to reduce the risk
of batch variation
No claims will be accepted for under
or over estimation of quantities
No claims will be accepted once product
has been installed
Pallet quantities may vary from time
to time
We strongly advise customers to allow
for wastage/cutting by ordering an
additional 3 to 5%.

Landscape Solutions: AB.LSED0108

Adbri Masonry Stock Returns Policy:


Adbri Masonry will only accept product
returns under the following guidelines:
Grey Brick or Block - only full pallets
stacked in original configuration
Paving and Retaining Walls - only full
pallets stacked in original configuration
Coloured Brick and Block - no returns
accepted
Made to Order (QC Orders) any
product - no returns accepted.

Pallets must be empty and stacked in a safe and accessible area during

Adbri Masonry logo, Bondi Blend, Budgetpave, Havenbrick, Havenpave, Havenslab,


Miniwall, Stradapave, Wallstone, Minicap, Sunstone and Oatmeal are trade marks
of Adbri Masonry Pty Ltd or its related entities.
The Allan Block logo and brand name AB Junior are trade marks of the Allan Block
Corporation and are used under license.
Patents:
Allan Block Retaining Wall Systems are protected by Australian Patent No. 682394 and
by Australian Registered Design No. 133306.
Note: Printed material may differ from actual product colour.

FREE PALLET COLLECTION SERVICE


FREECALL: 1800 674 961
OR DROP PALLETS BACK TO PLACE OF PURCHASE
Please DO NOT dispose of Adbri Masonry pallets in any other way.
Adbri Masonry pallets always remain the property of Adbri Masonry Pty Ltd.
Pallets will be collected within 3 days in most cases.
daylight hours.

In all cases product must be untouched/clean


of dirt and debris, on wooden pallets and
accessible for collection by fork or crane
truck.
Fixed cost for product return must be
supplied to you by the despatch department
of origin prior to performance of the
collection.

Adelaide
Cnr Grand Junction & Blakeney Rds Ottoway, SA 5013
phone: 08) 8304 2323 I fax: 08) 8341 1101

Melbourne - Campbellfield
194 Northbourne Road Campbellfield, VIC 3061
phone: 03) 9375 8500 I fax: 03) 9303 9035

Adbri Masonry Pty Ltd


ABN: 31 009 687 521

Bendigo
69 Collins Street Kangaroo Flat, VIC 3555
phone: 03) 5447 8866 I fax: 03) 5447 0399

Newcastle
Old Maitland Road Sandgate, NSW 2304
phone: 02) 4967 3611 I fax: 02) 4960 1187

Canberra
6 Tennant Street Fyshwick, ACT 2609
phone: 02) 6239 1255 I fax: 02) 6280 7284

Nowra
270-274 Princes Hwy South Nowra, NSW 2541
phone: 02) 4421 3500 I fax: 02) 4421 3082

www.adbrimasonry.com.au

Sydney
20 Kelso Crescent Moorebank, NSW 2170
phone: 02) 9822 6822 I fax: 02) 9601 7446

ABM6040 01/09

Melbourne - Essendon
264 Keilor Road North Essendon, VIC 3041
phone: 03) 9375 8500 I fax: 03) 9374 4736