Protective surfacing that meets ASTM F1292 standards is required on all publicly accessible playgrounds. There are several playground surface options available for use to the meet the safety surfacing requirements. Rubber flooring has long been an excellent choice. Options include unitary surfacing materials such as rubber playground tiles and poured in place rubber as well as loose rubber playground mulch.
Choosing the right surfacing for a public project entails a thorough review of the product and manufacturer options available in the market. Comprehensive project documents are required for public bids. Selecting a manufacturer with an extensive set of easy to use specification materials, such as EMC, makes project planning, bidding and construction easier for all invloved in the process.
Choose our factory molded rubber tiles when you need the extra durability and quality assurance that can only be achieved in the factory setting. EMC's resilient rubber playground tiles can be installed fully adhered to create the ideal playground surface for cushioning your public school playground project.
IPEMA certified up to 10 foot fall heights, our rubber mats are a clean and safe alternative to sand, wood, grass, poured in place and playground rubber mulch.
Choose our rubber poured in place surfacing when you need a highly customized design to fit any shape. Poured in place rubber surfacing is installed at the site in multiple layers to create an attractive and durable protective playground surface with a customized thickness to meet the fall height requirements of the current ASTM F1292 Standard.
Available to the projessional installer, Kid Krete poured in place surfacing provides the quality materials, tested systems and authorized installers to insure your project is built to protect the kids and built to last.
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