Usually this will be underneath equipment like swings or climbing frames. Many people refer to this as rubber tarmac flooring as it has a similar appearance to hard macadam. Some people may call it rubber macadam safety surface, rubber bitmac surface or rubber asphalt safety surface. However, the rubber safety surface is actually made from recycled EPDM. This is a rubber crumb material which is bound together and trowelled onto the required area.
How to Lay Rubber Tarmac
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Rubber Tarmac Cost
It is designed to offer children protection due to the impact absorption property and fun designs. Rubber tarmac is often referred to as rubber macadam, rubber asphalt or rubber bitmac but these are actually incorrect as the rubber tarmac is actually called Wet Pour or Soft Rubber safety surfacing. It is made up of recycled rubber chippings called EPDM and this is then mixed with a polyurethane binder and installed to different thicknesses on the required play area, to achieve the critical fall height specification and design. Wet Pour safety surface is installed by trowelling the rubber surface into the playground play area to the minimum depth required by either the sub base or CFH. For e.