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THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU HIRE A PAVING CONTRACTOR

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Located in the southern state of Kerala, JR Rubber Industries works with 28 other countries worldwide in the field of manufacturing moulds for concrete pavers. We also engage in manufacturing plastic paver moulds that last much longer and are also made of recycled plastic material. We manufacture moulds for different surfaces and situations including parking […]

Essential steps for paving blocks

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Interlocking tiles have achieved popularity among almost every commercial and domestic constructions. It can add an aesthetic attribute to the walkways. Noways, it has become a trend to make the floor more attractive with pavers. It has many other benefits too : 1.Can prevent stains, since it can be easily washed away 2.Easy to replace […]

What Should Be Preferred – PVC paver moulds or Rubber mould?

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  Rubber moulds and PVC moulds are widely used all over. The physical and chemical properties are quite different from each other but rubber and PVC alone possess its own characteristics. Different types of moulding process are casting, injection moulding, blow moulding, compression moulding, rotational moulding. Know more about Rubber… Rubber exhibits its own unique […]

A Pure Steer To Plastic Moulding

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Do you know how to get it made a custom plastic part or product? This article will guide you to choose the right type of moulding process available today to help you to discover the real process for your project. It doesn’t matter how small or large, round, square, or weird shape, flexible or stiff, […]

interlocking paver blocks

Easy solution for old pavement problems.

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Although interlocking paver blocks are strong and durable for a long period of time, they may have certain cons or problems in them in the future that is in 5-6 years. If you are using wood, stone or tile as an option for your floor tiles or wall tiles, then I am sure that you […]