Between February and October we have launched five new models called “Res 20 Compact DSR”, “Res MiniCombi A”, “Res 48 TraverTop”, “Res 60 Top RX” and “Res 150 TriLux C”. Each of these plants was specifically devised to either circumvent key constraints on business success – such as shortage of space, high energy prices, and rising labour costs – or to manufacture significant quantities of good quality slabs of specific materials (e.g. “traveronyx”, translucent quartz and black granite) which present peculiar properties and hence require fairly complex treatments with specialized resins, sealants and dyes.
It is also noteworthy to mention that the “Res 50 Combi Max” and “Res 60 Combi Max” Resin Lines have been recently restyled so as to meet the requirements of companies needing to restore large amounts of stone with extensive cracking. Perhaps, we should rather say that these two models have been rethought and redesigned, as their latest versions borrow a lot from the “Res Combi XT” types which are becoming increasingly successful as the years go by, thanks largely to their effectiveness in the repair and reinforcement of “coloured” marble, exotic granite, breccia and onyx.
Although over the past two decades the “Resin Treatment of stone” has exponentially grown in popularity, there is much uncertainty over what are the correct methods of carrying out the various processing stages.
Indeed, there are only a few true specialists, while so many people with little understanding and no practical skills, travel around the world pretending to be experts and diffusing misconceptions about the process.
Hence, we came up with the idea of radically changing our website and turning it into a comprehensive open source of knowledge and information available to anyone wanting to learn the do’s and don’ts of treating stone with synthetic resins.
If you have wondered how to repair shattered stone, strengthen fractured slabs, repair large cracks, hide micro fissures or intensify the natural colours, then you have come to the right place. Just at the click of a mouse you can find answers to all your questions and solutions to all your problems.
We hope you will enjoy reading the wide variety of topics about stone restoration, reinforcement and enhancement. If you have any queries or are unsure about anything, please do not hesitate to contact us and ask for help.