List of featured suppliers of RESIN BONDED SURFACING on Building Products Index
Resin bonded surfacing refers to a process of applying a thin layer of resin to a surface, followed by the scattering of small stones or aggregates onto the resin while it is still wet. The stones are then pressed firmly into the resin to create a strong, durable bond. The end result is a textured surface that provides excellent grip and resistance to wear and tear. Resin bonded surfacing is commonly used for driveways, footpaths, and other high-traffic areas where a non-slip surface is important.