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LimeRUBBER UV wet pour rubber granule surface is a resin-bound system that consists of the very highest quality UV-resistant resin. It is suitable for pedestrian traffic, used to create decorative surfaces that will retain their colour over time. The surfacing will absorb mild impact and can be installed with an SBR granule shockpad as the base layer, helping to absorb impact even further. This makes it perfect for use as playground flooring, where safety is a top priority. It might also be used for creating footpaths, sports areas and walkways, especially in educational establishments or places that children will frequently use.

LimeRUBBER stands out from other playground safety flooring options, as it is designed to keep its colour and keep looking its best over time. After safety, this is one of the most important aspects, ensuring that the floor will deliver value for money as the playground area continues to look fun and inviting. We have strict quality control procedures in place to ensure all our flooring lives up to the high standards you would expect from us.

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Features and

These are the features and benefits of our LimeRUBBER system:

  • Permeable
  • UV resistant —non yellowing resin
  • Decorative, soft and safe
  • Suitable for many domestic and commercial applications
  • Installed by approved contractors
  • Slip resistant
  • Absorbs impact
  • Absorbs noise
  • Choice of attractive colours F
  • BBA audited manufacturer quality control system
  • Tested to slip resistance BS 8204-6
  • SuDS compliant
  • Environmental benefits
  • Flexible and strong
  • Low maintenance
  • In excess of 500m² can be installed per day
  • Members of FeRFA—The Resin Bound Association
  • Manufactured to ISO 9001/ISO14001 and OHSAS 18001

Dos and Don’ts with

do

Do …

  • Use quality EPDM rubber topping
  • Use resin that meets industry standards
  • Use UV aliphatic resin
  • Use dried rubber granules
  • Buy a system from one supplier
  • Use a quality trowel aid
  • Buy from a FeRFA member
  • Check resin meets BS 8204-6 slip test regulations
  • Use a two-part UV resin
  • Read the health and safety datasheets
  • Time your mixes
  • Use approved contractors
  • Install at 5oC and rising
  • Use the correct paddle and drill MR2
  • Use a force action mixer

Don’t …

  • Use colour coated SBR
  • Simply buy the cheapest – do your research
  • Use aromatic resins as a topping
  • Use wet rubber granules
  • Buy different parts from different suppliers
  • Use white spirit
  • Buy from an unaccredited supplier
  • Gamble on slip resistance
  • Use catalyst on site
  • Ignore health and safety
  • Guess your mixing times
  • Buy based on price only
  • Lay in cold and wet environments
  • Under mix resins
  • Use a tumble mixer
  • Lay on blocks