Every paver sales rep I have ever met has give a pitch on how their paver exceeds industry standards (astm-c936). At a techo-bloc showcase recently Paver Pete went in depth about how Techo-Bloc is the only company that states in their brochures that pavers exceed industry standards instead of just meeting them. Please tell me if I am wrong but isnt that the whole idea, that every paver must exceed the standard of 8000 psi. My question is. Why dont they print their results? I guess what I am really wondering is if anybody has any idea what kind of compressive strength belgard, techo, cambridge, pavestone or any other paver TRUELY has. I think its pretty safe to say they exceed industry standards but by how much?