Interlocking Concrete Blocks

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Product Information

CWP’s Interlocking Concrete Blocks are one of our most popular products. They fit together by the top and bottom allowing them to create a strong divide or security structure. Our team know how important it is for the Interlocking Blocks to be easy to move; with this in mind we have installed a 2.5t lifting eye in each block that connects to a standard ring clutch and can make off-loading and positioning simpler.

Interlocking Concrete Block Uses

Interlocking Concrete Block Sizes

1600mm x 800mm x 800mm full blocks. 
800mm x 800mm x 800mm half blocks available.

1200mm x 600mm x 600mm full blocks. 
600mm x 600mm x 600mm half blocks available.

The Perfect Pair

Add our Coping Stones to create a neat finish on your new Interlocking Concrete Block structure.

Available in Apex and Flat copes.

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