Resiblock Envirofix

Resiblock Envirofix is a joint stabiliser designed to stabilise the jointing medium within concrete block paving permeable paving systems (CBPP) whilst allowing the unimpeded flow of water via the joint in conformity with SUDS requirements.

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Resiblock Envirofix is a joint stabiliser for permeable paving systems that stabilises the jointing medium within concrete block paving permeable paving systems (CBPP) whilst allowing the unimpeded flow of water via the joint in conformity with SUDS requirements. To read more about binding stones between permeable pavers, click here.

PLEASE NOTE: It is advised with new projects to ensure paving is sealed with RESIBLOCK ’22’ simultaneously with pavement construction, on a daily basis. 
DO NOT WAIT until the project is complete.  

  1. Ensure the surface and jointing aggregate is reasonably dry and free from sand and fines. 
  2. Ensure that Resiblock Envirofix is only applied when there is no risk of rain within the next 24 hours. 
  3. Do not apply in extremes of temperature (below 5°C and above 30°C) 
  4. Ensure paving is thoroughly swept and that no jointing aggregate remains on the surface of the pavers. 
  5. Stir contents well 
  6. Apply to the entire surface using a watering can (with the rose) and remove all surplus with the squeegee. 
  7. Resiblock Envirofix is usually only applied as a 1 coat system. However, the joints should be checked (once dry) to ensure adequate bonding of the aggregate. Should the grit appear not to be fully bonded then a 2nd coat should be considered. 
  8. Surface can be immediately opened to foot traffic. Do not drive motor vehicles on the surface until joints are dry and bonded. 
  9. Always wear protective gloves and goggles. Please refer to the current safety data sheet. 
  10. All uncured Resiblock Envirofix and tools should be cleaned immediately using water and detergent. 
  11. On clay paver systems it is critical to ensure that no excess sealer is left on the surface and a dry squeegee or a roller should be used for this purpose.