CORE PRO EDGE Aluminium Flexible Edging (2200mm Per Length)
18mm – Often used with resin installs
24mm – Often used with porcelain & natural stone paving
65mm – Often used with imprinted/clean concrete, wet pour rubber or loose gravel
100mm – Often used for block paving/asphalt or tarmac
CORE LP’s Versatile Aluminium Landscape Edging
Made from the same architectural, marine grade 6063 tempered aluminium alloy to create their Aluminium Landscape Edging as major competitor Kinley, but differ in appearance because they’ve manufacture with a fully anodised finish which provides a harder wearing surface with greater scratch resistance and an attractive appearance.
Marine Grade 6063 Tempered Aluminium Alloy
Working with industry experts, CORE LP identified the need for a more flexible profile in terms of both mechanical properties and versatility, with the strength to perform on all sites from domestic to large public projects. Able to create sweeping curves on a tighter radius than any of their industry peers, with the added benefit of retaining a rigid straight line when required. The edgings feature our unique ‘easy snap out’ tabs – remove the tabs to create sweeping curves exactly where you require them, leave them in place to keep the edging rigid and install true straight lines.
Why Choose CORE PRO EDGE?
• Create sweeping curves and straight lines from one profile
• Scratch-resistant anodised surface finish
• Completely rust free
• UV Stable
• Less waste
• Easy to install
• Unbeatable value
• 4 versatile face height options
• Re-engineered for maximum strength
What Can it Be Used For?
• Resin Bound/Bonded Aggregates
• Wet Pour Rubber / Safety Surfaces
• Hot Macadam (up to 180 C)
• Porcelain Paving
• Slabs and Paviours
• Stabilised Aggregate / Loose Aggregate
• Artificial Grass
• Lawns, Flowerbeds & Borders
How to Create Curves
Curves can be easily created by using a pair of pliers to snap out the tabs along a length of PRO EDGE. We designed it with versatility in mind to create the perfect ‘2 in 1’ product – if you need a strong straight line, leave the tabs in – when your project requires curves, snap them out where you need to, giving you the flexibility to combine truly straight lines with perfect curves, all from one edging. If you need a strong straight line, leave the tabs in – when your project requires curves, snap them out to make gently curving the edging to shape much easier.