Poured in Place Rubber Surfacing
Poured in Place Rubber Surfacing is a unitary surfacing solution tha provides a soft cushion around your play set or a running surface for kids to enjoy. It consists of two layers: An impact attenuating layer, the thickness of which is determined by the height of the play equipment. This layer is typically made up of recycled rubber products such as buffings from tires. The top layer, also called ‘the wear layer’ is the colourful part of the system made up of rubber. It is a two step process, since the bottom layer needs to cure before the top layer is installed.
The following are some of the advantages of a poured in place rubber surface:
- Needs minimal maintenance.
- Is pourous, so water does not accumulate on it.
- Can embed designs, and logos right in the surface.
- Multiple color choices.
- No seams.
- ADA Compliant.
- Can be used as alternative surface to asphalt or Concrete for Trikes.
- Can easily be poured in and troweled around existing play equipment.
- A good alternative for pitched terrain (where other loose surfacing won’t work that well).