Resin Bound, Resin Bonded Surfacing, Marine Anti-Skid - Resin Bound Paving for Driveways and Footpaths
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RESIN BOUND PAVING

An attractive surfacing based on natural stone granules bound together with clear light stable polyurethane resin.  A tired looking concrete or tarmac surface can be transformed overnight with an application of Optus Resin Bound Paving

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The extensive range of stone granules available can be used to blend in an area with its surroundings or alternatively to provide a stylish contrast with surrounding buildings.

Stone colours and textures can be blended together to give an even greater range of effects, and contrasting colours used to produce patterns and shapes.

 

  Where it can be used

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  • Domestic Driveways
  • Footpaths
  • Pedestrian Precincts
  • Patios
  • Forecourts
  • Schools
  • Commercial Premises
  • Retail Units
  • Roof Terraces
  • Heritage Sites
  • Tree Pits
  • Swimming Pool Surrounds
  • SUDS Schemes

 

 Features and Benefits

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  • Attractive natural appearance: Uses natural stone and clear resin binder
  • No loose stones: Avoids stones brought into the home and scratched floors
  • No standing water: Rainwater soaks through the surface due to its semi-permeable nature
  • Smooth surface: Fewer scuffs and bruises
  • Versatile: Can be laid over concrete in a large range of colours, textures and shapes
  • Resistant to petrol, diesel, oil and cleaning chemicals
  • Can be used with tumbled glass to give more vibrant colours
  • Light stable: Colours remain true
  • Seamless and flexible
  • A liquid resin system: Quick and easy to install, no cutting involved

Surfacing choices

Stone used in resin bound paving is usually supplied in bags weighing no more than 25kg. The stone has been washed and dried and must not contain any extraneous material that could result in surface staining. There are several suppliers of suitable stone in the UK. As well as crushed rock such as granite or rounded ‘pebbles’ marble and recycled tumbled glass is also used.

Stone can be used individually with combinations to achieve blends that are capable of sustaining loads from cars. A surface scatter of crushed fine glass or aluminium oxide can be used to improve slip resistance.

Tree pit surfacing is not intended to receive any more that random pedestrian loading. If in a highly pedestrianised area a smaller stone should be considered.

Each is available in a mixes suitable for high pedestrian, light vehicle and turning vehicle situations. Please consult Optus for assistance if required.

Below are some examples of what can be achieved:

 


Download details of the wide range of choices available

 


Download TP Resin SF Technical data

Optus Surface Maintenance Systems manufactures industrial floor coatings, anti-skid coatings for highways, bridges and marine applications and decorative surfacing for paved areas.

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