QB Series (Quarry Block)
Natural Limestone Quarry Blocks are popular in many states and Canada because their shapes and textures work well with modern architecture. They are hard to use in a pool setting because they deteriorate easily.
RicoRock Quarry Blocks are made of the same high tech concrete mix used on thousands of our rock waterfall kits. They are dense, virtually waterproof, and the color is integral. No stains are used, although they could be colored. All RicoRock products are user friendly and safe to climb on. Dealers are responsible for the safe use on a swimming pool. If used as jump rocks, various codes apply.
QB Pieces and Dimensions
Shown here are the different Quarry Block pieces available along with their dimensions. Please note that QB 2 can be used vertically or horizontally (keep scrolling to see the different uses.)
4 Foot QB Bench
Shown here with 24 inch weir (included) and a live edge, textured cap stone. Integral Limestone color (not Acrylic like our rock colors).
Shown here with a vertical QB2 and a 12 inch weir (not operating in this pic.)
6 Foot QB Bench
Shown here with a 36 inch weir (included) and a live edge cap. Granite color with mica.
Shown here with a simple LED light strip. The hollow cavity allows for light accessories to be hidden.
Two QB 1’s and QB 3 as a grotto lid.
Construction is like the Loveseat Grotto: wall cores and grotto lid top are steel reinforced concrete. Various weir options available. 1,000 load capacity if properly installed.
QB 2, vertical with 12 inch weir and QB 1, flat.
QB 3 is added to Two Piece Vertical piece QB 2 must bolted to deck.
Side by Side
Concept by by Sandro Pelicie
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