Dropper kerbs, quadrants and radius kerbs
We supply a full range of external radius kerbs, quadrants, dropper kerbs and crossing kerbs.
Used to allow vehicular access across pathways, a bull nosed kerb is used to reduce the check on the kerb face. On either side, a right- or left-hand dropper is used to transition between the kerb and the dropper.
Half battered kerbs
Half battered kerbs have a slanted upper profile providing a safety feature for pedestrians, providing an element of check that is sufficient to warn motorists that they are close to the kerb. This element also results in vehicles being deflected back into the road should they clip the kerb.
A half-battered kerb also allows road rollers to operate close to the edge of the pavement when undertaking surfacing work.
Bull nosed kerbs are used at crossings.
Dished channels act as a gutter, allowing water to flow into drainage systems. Often used within a footpath, a dished channel may also be used on motorways, providing the dual purpose of a drainage channel and a safety feature.
Our range of concrete road kerbs
Our range of British Standard road kerbs include 125 x 255mm half battered along with external radius kerbs, quadrants, dropper kerbs and crossing kerbs 125 x 150mm bullnosed.
For all our sizes and product drawings, please view our building technical specifications or call us on 020 8687 2222.