The difference between permeable concrete and general permeable brick

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The difference between permeable concrete and general permeable brick

Pervious concrete and the general advantages and disadvantages of permeable brick:
1. Pervious concrete pouring floor
Process comparison: overall pouring; overall strong and durable; anti-bending, high-strength permeable; a molding period is short.
Manual comparison: site pouring, compacting, leveling and curing in place at one time
Performance comparison: permeable ventilation, rainwater storage
Strong functionality: maintenance comparison: not easy to block, easy to clean; no need to repair within 10 years
Appearance contrast: strong integrity, magnificent momentum
2, permeable brick paving floor
Process comparison: prefabrication and assembly; Easy to defect and depression; Easy to break; Time consuming for secondary paving
Labor comparison: on-site mixing ash paving, labor costs, paving costs increase;
Performance comparison: permeability is low, after one year permeable reduced by 50%
Maintenance comparison: easy to break and difficult to maintain; It needs to be replaced after more than 2 years.
Appearance contrast: not suitable for large area pavement
The principle of permeable concrete is the same as that of permeable brick, that is, the surface water can be discharged to the lower layer of brick or concrete through fine gaps. Cement brick also has water permeability, but water seepage and drainage after its own water absorption saturation are two concepts. Permeable pavement is widely used, but the traditional permeable brick effect is poor, the most advanced technology is permeable concrete.

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