Full sawn paving is the most expensive of all basalt paving types, but also as close as possible to the ideal. The full sawn basalt paving stone has even, polished edges and a rough top. Bars are distinguished by a flat surface and look like classic paving plate.
Split pavement (or full-split) is a classic that has come down to us through the centuries. The full-split stone blocks have the form of a cube from basalt, but with not absolutely equal sides. Full-split pavement stacked with different patterns. “Fan”, “wave”, “chess” – this is only few of the options for laying on tracks and platforms with a gap between the bars of about 1-2 centimeters.