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resin flooring
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SureSet ProResin is our 2-part ISO9001 Quality Accredited resin system, which is available to purchase for use in forced action mixers to complete resin bound installations. Why choose our ProResin above others available? Research carried out prior to setting up SureSet in 1997, revealed that a lot of resin bound paving suppliers only offered a ‘one size fits all’ product which resulted in poor performance and a low-quality surface. With their combined technical experience in highway surfacing materials, the Founders of SureSet were confident that there was a better way of manufacturing resin bound paving. Fundamental to their solution was, and still is, the choice of resin. Following a thorough assessment of available resins, SureSet found that aliphatic polyurethanes (PU’s) offer the properties needed in an all-round practical binder for resin bound paving. Aliphatic PUs, when formulated correctly and laid under the right conditions, cure to give a strong, non-softening, but flexible film, which provides a long-lasting bond. These resins are UV stable so will not yellow when exposed to sunlight, are easier and relatively safe to handle and the cure rate is controllable ensuring a more consistent finish. Facts about SureSet ProResin: • Formulated in-house • Polyurethane • Crystal clear • 2-part chemically curing • Flexible • Controllable curing rate • Durable ProResin is a 2-part resin combined with a catalyst and is designed for use in a forced action mixer with the appropriate amount of aggregate. Using a forced action mixer ensures that resin and aggregate are consistently and evenly mixed to deliver a permeable surface – Available in 5kg or 7kg batches.



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