Infrablok350InfraBlok 350

The InfraBlok™ retaining block system is unique in its flexibility and aesthetic appeal.


Infrablok425InfraBlok 425

The InfraBlok™ retaining block system is unique in its flexibility and aesthetic appeal.


Infralok150Infralok 150

The Infralok™ erosion control system is unique in its flexibility and aesthetic appeal.


Löffelstein L300 / L500 / L750

loffelsteinThe dry stacking, interlocking retaining system. Unique because of its versatility, adaptability and plantability.

    • Structurally stable – no need for additional concrete infill
    • All Löffelstein® are available in vertical and heavy duty
    • Ideally suited for retaining cut or fill slopes between 3 and 15m in height
    • Three basic block sizes – L300/L500/L750




    • The RidgeBlok is a dry stacked, concrete block system that can be aligned into tight, convex and concave curves.
    • The spacing between can easily be varied to either increase the unit weight of the wall to increase the effectiveness as a gravity structure, or increase the plantable area between the blocks for a more environmentally friendly end-product.
    • The open spaces can be increased to provide a more open and permeable facing to prevent excess build up of pore water pressures behind the retaining wall.


Block190Terrace Blok TB190 / TB190 Rockface

The INFRASET Terrace Blok® is a light versatile concrete block which provides the ideal solution for homeowners and DIY enthusiasts wishing to provide support to slopes in their gardens.
With the Terrace Blok® construction is simple. Blocks can be rapidly stacked without the need for foundations or mortar.


Block490Terrace Blok TB300 / TB490

The INFRASET Terrace Blok® system has unique features that firmly establish it as a market leader.

    • Economical – 7 blocks per square metre.
    • Open or Closed Face Options – by using a unique slider that fits easily between the blocks.




Waterlöffel® is a versatile, interlocking, dry-stack concrete retaining system purposely designed to combat:

    • Coastal dune erosion by wave action and wind
    • River bank erosion in water courses by seasonal storms
    • Erosion of stormwater outlets.