Wet Pour Rubber Surfacing

Our Wet Pour Rubber surfacing is suitable for all playground installations where impact absorbent surfacing is a requirement and can be laid at various thickness’s depending on the critical fall height required. Wet Pour surfacing is mixed on site so complex equipment layouts and ground contours can easily be surfaced around.


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  • All weather playground surfacing
  • Guaranteed for 5 years
  • Complies to EN1177
  • Available in 15 Colours
  • Colourful graphics available
  • Full repair service available


Wet Pour surfacing for children’s playgrounds is slip-resistant and non-abrasive making it ideal for younger children too. It is porous and free draining so puddles do not form providing a safe all-weather surface. In winter a very light dressing of salt can be applied in frosty conditions but any residue must be removed on a daily basis to avoid surface staining.

Bright colourful graphics can be created within the Wet Pour rubber surfacing to provide an attractive theme which will add considerable play value and interest to the playground. Games can also be added such as snakes and ladders, hopscotch, labyrinths and alphabet snakes.



Wet Pour rubber surfacing system is designed to be laid onto the following bases –

  1. MOT Type 1 stone laid to a minimum compacted thickness of 75mm
  2. Open-textured bitmac or no-fines concrete or incorporating drainage.
  3. Existing tarmac or concrete, subject to being in good condition
  4. All bases will require a perimeter edging of either 50mm x 150mm pre cast concrete path edgings or pressure treated timber with a minimum thickness of 50mm.



Wet Pour rubber safety surfacing is recycled bonded rubber, mixed on site using special equipment and laid to exacting standards as required under EN1177. The base layer of SBR (Styrene Butadiene Rubber) is laid at various thicknesses to obtain the critical fall height required.  A top layer is recycled Black EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Di Monomer) is then applied to the base rubber to form a wearing course as standard where no colour is specified.  Virgin rubber can be supplied if requested.



All of our professional teams are CSCS (construction skills certification scheme) card holders with many years’ experience installing resin bound systems.


Maintenance and Repair

In the event of accidental damage or vandalism wet pour surfacing can easily be repaired either by our maintenance department (01354 638359 ext 201) or onsite by a competent person using one of our handy wet pour repair kits available from www.onlineplaygrounds.co.uk