Smooth finish - the cube comes as a finished product and is not additionally treated, allowing for a uniform structure and colour of the paver.
Washed finishing - process where, shortly before hardening, the fine particles on the surface are washed under a strong stream of water and the rougher granulates remain as a relief, thus accentuating the structure and colour of the grain.
Shot blasting - a type of surface treatment of concrete where a stream of steel shot (Ø 1-2mm) is directed against the concrete surface from a centrifugal mechanical device at a speed of several hundred kilometres per hour, which has an abrasive effect on all mechanically less resistant parts. After contact with the concrete surface, the steel shot and the eliminated materials are sucked up, and the shot re-enters the processing cycle with the use of a magnetic separator.
Worn-our finishing - finished smooth pavers are rumbled in a revolving drum. In this way the pavers get worn-out (rounded) edges and a typical antique look.
Sanded finishing - after the product has dried for several days, the surface layer is sanded with a sanding machine under a stream of water, resulting in a smooth, even surface. This procedure is done exclusively on elements for cladding of steps, whereby adding of natural aggregates of different colours and fine finishing (impregnation) results in a terazzo effect.
Splitting - with products of certain hardness, it is possible to split/break them as we wish. The surface of the concrete along the splitting line resembles naturally crushed stone. By adding different colour pigments to the concrete it is possible to achieve almost the natural hue of the stone.