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When to use UVR?

Discussion in 'UVR or Non-UV' started by Arnold Armstrong, Nov 6, 2018.

  1. Arnold Armstrong

    Arnold Armstrong New Member Registered Registered

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    ok so if I have non UV how much of a difference will it make to the colour of my new drive compared to uv
     
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  3. Stephen Woodhead

    Stephen Woodhead New Member Registered Contractor

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    On certain colours it is massively obvious, for example White, silver, very light colours. The industry is moving away from using Non UVR which is something to consider. But I would advise speaking with your supplier should be able to advise which colours are effected most and which colours not to use Non UVR. Our sales team is fully experienced when it comes to advise on this and all other elements of resin bound if you want to give us a call anytime.
     
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  4. Arnold Armstrong

    Arnold Armstrong New Member Registered Registered

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    I understand.
    Thanks for this Stephen, will be in touch
     
  5. Chris Wojarski

    Chris Wojarski New Member Registered Contractor

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    Try and stick with UV Resin, its a much clearer product so doesn't discolour the aggregate, is more flexible so has less chance of cracking if the base moves and will not change colour with the sunlight. All together a better solution with less problems as a contractor.

    To be fair we still sell both as non UV resin is cheaper but the industry as a whole is moving towards UV stable resin
     

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