with large numbers of people interested in resin gravel surfacing for their gardens,this article sets out the clear differences between the systems,giving you the information to make a decision if this type of surface is suitable for your garden.
Resin bonded gravel,is a 2 layered system where the resin is spread over the concete or macadam surface and the dried gravel is scattered on ,allowed to cure and the excess gravel brushed off.
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Using resin bound gravel in your garden is very common,most people think of this decorative surfacing for paths and patios.
In this blog we discuss other uses for resin bound decorative gravels in your garden.
Broken Paving Slabs-these can be lifted & the resin bound gravel installed as a decorative feature in patios or courtyards.…Continue
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What is the difference between Resin bonded and resin bound.?
The bonded or "scattercoat" process uses cold applied resins,screeded over the surface with a thin dressing of kiln dried aggregates.Once dry the excess is brushed off leaving a 3-5mm thickness .
The bound system involves encapsulating the aggregate in a clear polyurethane binder,using a forced action mixer,trowelled to a smooth pourous surface between 12-18mm in depth.
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