Wet Pour Surfaces

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Wet Pour Surfaces

Suitable for a range of applications, Wet Pour Surfaces are particularly popular in schools, public playgrounds and children’s play areas, but also for outdoor exercise gyms and parks, MUGA’s and even domestic gardens. A mixture of rubber EPDM granules and polyurethane glue binder is mixed to a controlled consistency on site and poured over the prepared base layer. The surface can be finished with a choice of colours and a range of patterns, designs, and textures.

Wet pour surfacing is one of the most cost-effective solutions available, as it requires little maintenance once it’s installed. This is especially true compared to loose-fill surfaces, which can be prone to foreign object accumulation and have numerous gaps where biological garbage such as cigarette butts and bottle tops can get lodged.

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Regular cleaning and a check for any damage to the surface is all that’s needed to keep the wet pour looking its best. A combination of mild detergent and water is typically used, and wet pour can be easily cleaned in a similar manner to tarmac or concrete.

Unlike many other surfaces, wet pour is non-toxic and does not leach chemicals into the groundwater. This means that it is an environmentally friendly solution, allowing natural rainwater to filter through and replenish the surrounding soil. This feature, along with its longevity and slip resistance, makes it a great alternative to conventional tarmac and asphalt.