HEAVY DUTY GROUND STABILISING SLABS
ALWAYS ADAPTABLE TO YOUR NEEDS
MINIMAL GROUND PREPARATION
HIGHLY DURABLE AND VERY STRONG
ENGINEERED TO BE SLIP RESISTENT
ENABLE NATURAL SURFACE DRAINAGE
MUDCONTROL INB® SLABS?
£23 per square metre excluding VAT
£27.60 including VAT
Why aren't your delivery costs on the website?
The cost per pallet varies depending on the delivery postcode. It also varies a tiny bit depending on the weight of the pallet. So we do a ‘pallet preparation and delivery’ quotation individually for every enquiry.
MUDCONTROL INB® Slabs are fully certified - please see our array of certificates here
INSTALLING YOUR MUDCONTROL INB SLABS
FITTING AND CUTTING
The second row of slabs should be staggered against the first by using a half grid at the beginning. Slabs can be easily cut with a saw.
MUDCONTROL INB® slabs are easily cut with circular saws, bench saws, panel saws or jig saws. Other power tools may also be appropriate.
Level the ground by flattening bumps, removing rocks and filling holes. Lay down the first row of MUDCONTROL INB® slabs across the full length of the area to be covered.
When laying down MUDCONTROL INB® slabs, a crowbar or shovel can give helpful leverage - but do not apply too much force. The slabs should fit loosely together to avoid high tensions during extreme hot or cold weather.
Lay down the second row of slabs after the first row has been done. Remember to leave a 1/4” (0.5 cm) expansion gap. Our MUDCONTROL INB® slabs make it easy to cover even large areas relatively quickly. Although the grids adapt well to uneven ground, level ground gets the best results.
It is best to cover exposed locating tabs to avoid damage from movement over the leading edge this can be done with soil, sand or a similar medium.
A substrate like sand can be used to level the slabs out. Even after installation, substrate can fill gaps and dips by using a leverage action.
Once the slabs have been laid out, cover with sand or another water-permeable material. If you are using the slabs for livestock use, please use washed fine/soft sand or QUARRIED SHARP SAND - visit our SAND INFORMATION page for more info.
REMOVING AND RE-LAYING THE SLABS
Care should be taken when lifting the slabs for re-use, by far the best way to do this is by lifting the leading edge by about 15cm (6 inches) one row at-a-time and pull the lifted row away from the connecting row horizontally, lifting the slabs by more than 15 degrees can cause undue stress on the locating tabs and cause them to break, which will not generally be covered by the manufacturer’s warranty.