An edge restraint is any rigid obstruction that resists lateral shifting of pavers outside their design perimeter. This includes road kerbs and channels that are typically located at the edge of a road, designed to provide road drainage. They also act as a barrier to prevent vehicles from leaving the road carriageway. Reference Standard: KS 829: 2000 – Provides specification for precast concrete flags, Kerbs, Channels, edgings and quadrants.

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