Ennis-Flint Stonegrip is a specialist, hand applied surface treatment, consisting of a thermosetting, modified epoxy resin binder, dressed with a decorative aggregate. A wide range of aggregates are available comprising of different colours and sizes.
Ennis-Flint Stonegrip is a specialist, hand applied surface treatment, consisting of a thermosetting, modified epoxy resin binder, dressed with a decorative aggregate. A wide range of aggregates are available comprising of different colours and sizes. The binder and/or aggregate can also be pigmented. The end result provides an attractive, well textured surface, with a high level of slip resistance. The system can be applied to a range of surfaces including asphalt, macadam and concrete – providing the concrete has been suitably primed.
- Bridle paths
- Pedestrian precincts
- Landscaping schemes
- Decorative areas
- Heritage areas
- Car parks
- Parks and gardens
- Housing developments
- Aesthetically pleasing
- Low maintenance and weed free
- Uniform finish
- No loose stone
- Excellent colour stability
- Extensive range of aggregate dressings
- Locally quarried aggregate can be added to compliment surrounding location
- Manufactured to BSEN ISO 9001:2008 quality assurance
Each Kit Contains:
- 1 x 10kg of Stonegrip Resin Part A
- 1 x 10kg of Stonegrip Resin Part B
- 4 x 25kg of Stonegrip Aggregate (as selected)
Careful selection of products and materials appropriate to their function and in keeping with the surrounding area is fundamental to successful landscape design. Ennis-Flint’s decorative, durable, low maintenance surface treatment Stonegrip, allows you to transform urban environments, rural settings and heritage areas into attractive, prestigious landscapes.
Ennis-Flint Stonegrip has been used successfully on a wide range of projects including:
- Parks and gardens
- Urban regeneration projects
- Town centre enhancements
- New housing developments
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
|Maria Perez on 2020-02-15 11:18:51|| |
Can you apply this onto railway sleepers?
No, unfortunately we don't have any similar products that are ok for application to timber. As a paint option, something like Smartkote Protectakote UVR could be considered to provide an anti-slip finish.