What is Stenciled Concrete?
Stenciled concrete is a form of decorative concrete that uses paper patterns embedded into the surface of the concrete. These paper stencils are removed soon after the concrete sets up, revealing the pattern of the stencil.
Stencils for concrete come in a variety of pattens ranging from tile, slate, stone, and many brick patterns.
Similar to stamped concrete, concrete stenciling relies on the paper stencil to make the pattern. Stenciling concrete is a great alternative to decorative stamping while offering many of the same patterns.
- The real look of bricks, pavers, cobblestone and tiles but with the structural integrity of concrete
- No subsidence or weed problems like with pavers
- Anti-slip finishes and textures can be applied to the concrete surface making it suitable for inclines/wet areas
- High abrasion resistance: suitable for high volume traffic areas and vehicular traffic
- Average abraded volume as BDRI test method B6 –
Appendix C = 2.05cm3
20 MPA concrete pavers: average abraded volume = 9.6 cm3
60 MPA concrete pavers: average abraded volume= 1.2 cm3
- Skid resistance test AS/NZS 3661.1 Sample: float finish sealed stencil concrete -> average skid resistance value 65
- Low maintenance due to sealing nature
- Surface hardness: between 7 & 8 on MOHS scale
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