Addastone - Resin Bonded Surfacing System

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The Addastone Resin Bonded Surfacing System provides an attractive, hard wearing and low maintenance surface by bonding or fixing loose gravel aggregates to concrete or asphalt. Standard aggregates used are 1 to 3 mm or 2 to 5 mm in a wide range of colours.

Aggregates bonded in this way give the appearance of loose gravel without the many maintenance problems.

A wide range of natural and recycled aggregates are available, making it ideal for heritage sites, landscaping schemes, parks, paths, driveways, roads and visitor attractions. A real alternative to block paving, tarmac, and concrete finishes.

Platform Compatible Version Certified to
IFC IFC - 4 2.1
Revit Revit - 4 2.1

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COBie
NBS_General
NBS_Data
AggregateColourOptions
Chinese Bauxite, Dorset Gold, Natural Red Granite, Corn Flint, Brittany Bronze, Guyanan Bauxite, New Rhine Gold, Trent Pea, Silver Grey Granite
AggregateSizeOptions
1-3 mm (Chinese Bauxite, Natural Red Granite, Brittany Bronze, Guyanan Bauxite, Silver Grey Granite), 2-5 mm (Dorset Gold, Naturual Red Granite, Corn Flint, Brittany Bronze, New Rhine Gold, Silver Grey Granite), 3-6 mm (for Trent Pea only)
AggregateType
n/a
Applications
Car parks, access roads, driveways, courtyards, pathways, patios, bridges (steel, wood and concrete), playgrounds and logos
BBACertificationURL
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BinderColour
Natural, Buff or Coloured
BinderDensity
1.11 g/cm³
BinderType
Polyurethane resin or Epoxy resin
Certification
n/a
Coverage
Typical covergae rates: 1-3 mm Aggregate 1.6 kgs per sqm, 2-5 mm aggregate 2.2 kgs per sqm
CuringTime
4-5 hours
DepthOptions
n/a
EnvironmentalProductDeclaration
n/a
Geomembrane
n/a
RecycledContent
n/a
Reinforcement
n/a
SlipResistanceWaterWet
n/a
Pset_CoveringCommon
Pset_CoveringFlooring

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    What's Changed?

    5/21/2020

    Update of data revision

    3/9/2017