GB9 to use Aramith’s New Tournament Ball Sets with Duramith Technology

GB9 have been proud to be associated with the Saluc brand since the tours inception back in 2008. GB9 players old and new all appreciate the quality and consistency that the product brings to the sport.
Saluc, the master behind Aramith billiard balls have again come up with a superior product that will take the billiard world by storm. The new product with it’s increased durability will surely cement Saluc as the leading supplier of billiard balls throughout the world.
Just when you thought that things could not get better, the Aramith brand have improved on what was already considered the best in the business. For generations, Aramith have used a resin that produced superb billiard balls and with the new Duramith ™ Technology that has been developed, we can look forward to continuing to have the best equipment available to our players.
With a totally overhauled resin formulation and with new hi-tec reticulation, cross-linking and curing technologies, the Aramith products now set a new benchmark in quality, durability and longevity, increasing their service life up to 50% during which: their through-hardened vitrified surface and core holds their glossy look their specifications, rebound and playing consistency throughout the set is maintained the cloth wear and white marks that are common place are reduced significantly their friction resistance minimizes burn spots as well.
The Aramith Tournament set features the Duramith ™ technology with its high-tech engineered molecular structure enhancing drastically the longevity of the balls while minimizing significantly table cloth wear. With a life-span that exceeds up to 8 times that of the average polyester and phenol-like resins, Aramith ball sets are the logical choice for both the trade and the player.
GB9 is delighted to continue its cooperation with Saluc and the Aramith brand and look forward to introducing the new TV Pro-Cup Tournament sets with Duramith ™ Technology to all its events for the 2016 season.