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Resin Bound or Resin Bonded

Discussion in 'Resin Bound or Resin Bonded' started by TalkResin, Aug 23, 2018.

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    Often confused by people not in the know, but very different surfaces. As above, resin bound is a porous system which is floated to leave a smooth surface. It is generally considered a much more decorative surface.

    Resin bonded is a non-porous system, installed by levelling pure resin on a substrate and broadcasting/scattering aggregate over the top. This obviously leaves a texture and serves as a great anti-slip coating. In fact, the first uses of the surface was for High Friction Surfacing for the roads.
     
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