SLOPELOC BLOCK

Anderton Concrete Slopeloc

Slopeloc is a dry laid concrete block system with a unique ribbed face appearance that can be built as a gravity wall, and therefore be easily erected by the DIY enthusiast or alternatively as a structural wall by more experienced installers.

A straightforward dry lay block system for facing retaining slopes. Slopeloc can be used domestically in garden retaining wall projects or on a larger scale in commercial
applications for embankment repairs and situations where an aesthetic slope is required.

Usage:

- Unique economical alternative to vertical retaining walls
- Professional indemnity backed design
- All units less than 20kg
- Proven block/grid connection
- Choice of colours - bespoke colours available to order
- Fast, efficient delivery

Special order colours: Hamstone, Ivory, Bathstone, Terracota, Black, Russet & Pewter

Product Description & Specification
Anderton Concrete Slopeloc
SLOPELOC BLOCKS

Product Code Dimensions (mm) W x L x H Weight (kg) Pack Size Exposed Face Area Coverage Colour Product Image

SLOPE01

245 x 300 x 125

16.5

72

0.0375m2

2.70m2

FLINT

Anderton Concrete Slopeloc

SLOPE02

245 x 300 x 125

16.5

72

0.0375m2

2.70m2

YORKSTONE

Anderton Concrete Slopeloc

SLOPE04

245 x 300 x 125

16.5

72

0.0375m2

2.70m2

SANDSTONE

Anderton Concrete Slopeloc

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FAQ's
Can I build a curved wall with Slopeloc?

Yes, however only Convex curves can be built.

What is the Maximum height of wall that can be built without the use of geogrid?

The maximum wall height as a gravity wall is around 1.3m however this would require some insitu concrete as a backing. A pure gravity wall would only achieve a height of 0.625m.

How many blocks are there per m²?

There are 26.67 blocks per m².

How many blocks are in a pack?

There are 72 blocks per pack which equates to 2.7m².

How do I drain a Slopeloc reinforced earth structure?

The normal design for a reinforced earth wall has a 300mm zone directly behind the wall formed from a 4-20mm angular drainage stone feeding into a drainage pipe at the bottom that leads to the site drainage system.

What reinforcing grids can be used behind the wall?

There is no restriction on the type of grid that can be used behind a Slopeloc wall but this would need to be designed in conjunction with the grid manufacturer’s information.

What fill material can be used behind a Slopeloc Wall?

The fill material typically falls within the general guidelines of 6I/6J and can be described as well or uniformly graded granular material.

Do you offer a Design Service?

Yes, we employ a third party engineer to undertake a fully PI backed design.