Laying a Decorative Resin Bound SurfacePosted by:
RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing must be laid onto a sound structurally stable base which is smooth and flat and capable of receiving the expected traffic, e.g. concrete, tarmac. The substrate should have a minimum fall of 1% to allow for drainage. Where required, form a bonded perimeter to create a permanent and secure edging.
The substrate must be dry.
Mix the two component RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing Resin with a drill and paddle. Once mixed pour RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing Aggregate into a forced action mixer and pour resin over the top. Mix until it is clear all aggregate is covered in resin.
Place onto the prepared surface, compact, level and smooth. Avoid excessive compaction as this will reduce porosity. Finish the surface with a wood float.
Allow to cure. At 20ÂºC protect from rain for 1 â€“ 2 hours. Foot traffic / light vehicle traffic after 4 hours / 1-2 days at 20ÂºC.
Slip Resistant Surfaces
Immediately, evenly cast RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing Anti-Slip Aggregate onto the wet surface at approximately 0.1kg/mÂ² to achieve greater slip resistance.
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Information Updated on: 13 July 2012