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Resin floors offer better performance for installers as well as users

Resin Surfaces Ltd (RSL) has taken advantage of improvements to the technology associated with Polyaspartic materials and is launching a cleaner, greener and easier to use range.

In association with

Called Elladur, the new five-strong initial product range, will provide the quick return to service benefits of Polyaspartics, which have been around a long time, but always presented various handling difficulties.

It is a game-changing development for the market, which has struggled for years with issues associated with rival solutions and alternative decorative products that can be faster to install.

Customers, especially in the convenience retail sector, are already in discussions with RSL on taking Elladur products into stores operating 24/7 where fast-turnaround, low impact benefits are essential.

It is also expected to open up new opportunities in the custodial and pharmaceutical sectors and be of considerable interest to architects.

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The Elladur range will be low odour, low VOC, UV stable and have a degree of flexibility as well as being simple to use, providing speedy return to service even at low temperatures.

The products can be applied to a wide range of substrates and are recommended into areas needing a high performance finish. The range is also good for decorative floor areas and adds durability to good looks, reducing the need for costly and time-consuming repairs.

New systems will be added to the line throughout 2015.

The company will work with a number of specialist contractors


For more information please contact RSL on 0161 483 1232, visit our website www.resinsurfaces.co.uk
Follow us on Twitter @ResinSurfaces


 

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