Concrete car park kerbs are essential to the safety of drivers and are usually included in the design of a car park by an architect.
Car park kerbs are normally installed using a specialty concrete mix that ensures the kerb holds strong in its designed position. Other special compounds are occasionally added on top of the concrete surface as well to strengthen the placement.
Concrete curbs are also used by landscape architects to provide a barrier around decorative, car park garden beds. These are occasionally enhanced with a colourful concrete border edge.
Two other forms of concrete car park kerbs include concrete wheel blocks and concrete lane dividers.
Concrete wheel blocks dictate how far any driver may enter an individual parking bay. The wheel blocks are anchored by steel pins and a specialty adhesive to the concrete to ensure they stay in their allocated position.
Concrete lane dividers are used in car parks to ensure efficient flow and direction of the cars in a car park. The dividers consist of angled upper surfaces whose shapes are designed to allow pressure to move down rather than across when in contact with a vehicle. This gives the concrete divider the kind of durability required in a parking lot.
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