Resin Bound Gravel

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Springtime Resin Bound Gravel Path & Patio Installation

Project Brief: To create an attractive, low-maintenance and permeable pathway and patio Total Project Area: 85m² Path & 16m² Patio Products Used: PermaBound Springtime resin bound gravel & soroto forced action mixer About The Project In this case study, we

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Using Accelerator or Catalyst in Resin Bound Gravel

There’s no escaping the fact that resin bound gravel installation is a seasonal job. With polyurethane binders being sensitive to temperature and moisture, it’s almost inevitable that in the UK from around the end of September, the number of good

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Is It Safe To Use Gravel Grid In Resin Bound Projects?

Should you be using gravel grids on your resin bound projects? Yes, you should! Our ultra-high load capacity, durable, SuDs compliant & simple to install X-Grid can be used to create the perfect sub-base on to which you can immediately install your resin bound gravel surface.

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A resin pathway can add an attractive feel to any property
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How to install resin pathways

An attractive resin pathway is effective, eye-catching, affordable and easy to maintain. This blog post looks at the benefits of resin pathways and the installation process.

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Resin Bound Gravel Driveway
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Resin Bond or Resin Bound: What’s the Difference?

What’s the difference between resin bound and resin bonded surfacing? There are two main types of resin gravel surfacing available for outdoor areas – resin bound and resin bonded. A resin bound surface is a self-draining surface when laid on

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How to choose the best forced action mixer

View Forced Action Mixers choosing the forced action mixer Forced Action Mixers are used to combine almot any multi-part construction materials. Mixing materials can include lime putty, render, resin bound gravel, sand and cements, paints, epoxy resins, mortar, concrete and

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