Adtex Resin Bonded Paving. Beautiful Surfacing. Natural aggregates
- Attractive, decorative surfaces
- Aesthetically pleasing
- Suitable for heritage or new build sites
- Natural colours to compliment surroundings
- Highly durable
- Bonds strongly
- No odour either during or after application
- Flexible, even at low temperatures
- Neutral or coloured grades
- Low maintenance
Adtex has been developed to provide stunning, highly durable surfaces in:
- Public areas
- Heritage sites
- Flat roofs
Adtex is an alternative to:
- Block paving
- Pattern imprinted concrete
- Loose gravel
- Loose shingle
Resin bonded aggregate surfacing (or paving) systems have become very popular in recent years as people look for alternatives to asphalt (tarmac), concrete, block paving or loose gravel. A resin bonded surfacing system is also known colloquially as a 'coat and scatter' or a 'broadcast' system because of the technique of spreading the small sized aggregate dressing onto the wet resin surface, much like sowing (or 'broadcasting') seeds. The method of applying resin bonded paving means that the finished surface has a somewhat rugous texture as the individual stone particles stand proud of the resin binder. Resin bonded aggregate surfacing has the appearance of a loose gravel driveway but with the aggregate anchored by the resin.
Adtex resin bonded surfacing binder is a new generation, flexible, two part, solvent-free polyurethane hybrid resin system which, when used in conjunction with selected aggregates, provides a complete resin bonded surfacing system. A wide variety of colours, shades and textures is achievable to contrast with or to complement the surrounding environment.
Adtex resin bonded aggregate paving binder has been developed to provide an aesthetically pleasing, highly durable surface. It is particularly suitable for use in prestige developments to give a luxury ‘feel’ and in conservation areas where harmony with the surrounding environment is important. The wide range of natural aggregate colours and shapes available offers the potential to introduce design elements into landscaping and refurbishment projects. Various types of aggregates are available including gravel, pea shingle, crushed stone such as granite, basalt, quartz and man-made aggregates such as calcined bauxite can also be used.
Adtex resin is supplied in a neutral amber colour which compliments most aggregates used. However, we also supply pigment packs to further enhance the colour of the aggregate used where required. The colour of the finished system is dependent on the choice of aggregate. The wide range of natural and manufactured aggregates is normally supplied in a screened, dried and bagged ready to use form in the grading 1 - 3mm approx. but larger or smaller sized aggregates can be used with a corresponding adjustment to resin film thickness. Aggregates must be sound enough to withstand the loads envisaged and it is vital that aggregates are clean, dry and free from dust so that good bonding is achieved. Adbruf supplies a full range of aggregates selected for their appearance and performance for use as part of an Adtex resin bonded paving system.
Some aggregates have a greater resistance to heavier vehicles, the repeated turning action of vehicles and tyre marking. In the case of power steered vehicles, it is not advisable to turn the steering unless the vehicle is in motion. If you are unsure about the suitability of a given aggregate under these conditions, it is recommended that Technical Dept be contacted for advice.
Adtex is aimed at the professional user. Full guidance on its application is available here
A full method statement, application guide and product installation video is available by registering. We also strongly advise attending one of our regular product familiarisation days at our office and factory site in Dorset. Further details can be obtained here:
We have taken every care to provide an accurate representation of the colour of our products. Aggregates are natural materials which are subject to changes in appearance and colour. Some of the aggregates supplied may occasionally contain minor concentrations of iron minerals which upon weathering may result in areas of rust spot staining. These iron minerals occur naturally within the aggregate deposits and we cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage suffered as a result of such staining. Please contact us to discuss your requirements further.