Poured Rubber Surfacing

Poured rubber surfacing is created by blending rubber granules with a polyurethane resin, resulting in a durable and versatile product. It offers a soft rubber surface that is seamless and free from any joints.

Poured rubber surfacing has become popular for its exceptional durability and longevity, making it an ideal choice for outdoor applications.

Poured in place rubber surfacing is extremely good at absorbing impacts, making it perfect for outdoor play surfaces.

It can be laid in any shape or pattern and comes in a wide variety of colors.

The seamless layer guarantees smooth accessibility for devices like wheelchairs, crutches, or walkers, reducing the chances of falls and allowing people of all ages and abilities to enjoy every part of your playground and recreation areas.

Sunflex poured-in-place rubber surfacing meets all internationally testing and standard associations.

We sell the entire Sunflex poured-in-place rubber kit, which includes epdm rubber granules, polyurethane binder, crumb rubber granules, and other installation support, accessories that meet the complete coverage requires.

From enhancing or adjusting existing blends to creating unique colours and captivating patterns, the possibilities are endless and only limited by your creativity, imagination and thinking!

Sunflex Poured Rubber Surfacing

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Typical Advantages of Poured Rubber Surfaces.

Slip-Resistant, Crack Resistance, Anti-Fungal & Anti-Bacterial, Flexible Colors and Designs, Heat-Resistant, Long-Lasting, Easy to Clean and Low Maintenance.

Poured rubber surfacing method and material meets all international testing requirements, norms, guidelines and regulations.

Residential Poured Rubber Surfacing.

An extremely durable and non-slip surface for domestic usage can be achieved with rubber surfacing by combining Sunflex premium EPDM rubber granules with a polyurethane binder.

You may remodel your home to appear great without tearing it down to the foundations. Rubber covering allows you to effortlessly cover old, cracked concrete, displaced interlock, sunken asphalt, and more to create new, luxurious surfaces for your home.

Residential poured rubber surfacing is suitable for pool decks, driveways, garages, and entrances, among other uses.

The method for residential poured rubber surfacing.

Day 1: Over time, concrete can shift and develop cracks, making your pool, driveways, garages, or entrances unsafe to walk on. Sunflex poured rubber surfacing is versatile and can be installed over a variety of surfaces, including new or worn concrete, patio stones, interlock, tamped stone, and more.

Day 2: We filled holes and gaps with recycled crumb rubber granules and polyurethane aromatic binder. Most applications do not need the removal of concrete.

Day 3: The Sunflex premium EPDM rubber granules are carefully blended with polyurethane binder and meticulously applied by hand troweled onto the prepared surface and selective thickness, which is primed beforehand. The distinctive colour combination of our product is expertly applied by hand, resulting in a smooth and seamless finish without the need for relief cuts. Our rubber’s elasticity will adapt to the substrate.

Day 4: The poured rubber surface is ready for use after 48 hours. Please ensure that the prepared surface remains undisturbed for a minimum of 48 hours, with no footstep or traffic permitted.

Commercial Poured Rubber Surfacing.

Sunflex commercial poured rubber surfacing is suitable for a variety of applications, including playgrounds, daycares, schools, horse barns, retail floors, splash pads, walking trails, Multipurpose sport courts and more.

Sunflex Colour Blends.

Sunflex EPDM Rubber granules are combined with aromatic polyurethane adhesive and then blend with customize swatches as listed below.

This will help to create a perfect mix for your next project. This will contribute to enhancing creativity and promoting the ability to personalize colour combinations in the future.

This comprehensive list provides valuable information and options for customers, pour in place rubber installers, applicators, and industry professionals to make informed decisions.

Self-installed poured rubber surfacing.

You can install poured rubber surfacing yourself. Before beginning installation, study the steps, instructions, and tools required to gain knowledge of the material and application.

Poured rubber surfacing installed by professionals.

Sunflex can refer you with a professional installation firm and crew members that will follow all applicable laws and safety regulations, norms, parameters, and critical fall heights. This will cost market-based pricing.

Our wet pour rubber surfacing calculator assists in calculating the material requirements for epdm rubber granules, crumb rubber granules, and polyurethane adhesive. Please select the thickness of the wet pour surfacing and enter the total square feet. Please keep in mind that this calculation is subjective and may vary depending on the playground scenario, design, and customization of the floor.

Poured rubber surfacing basic specifications.

  • Choose from our Sunflex premium EPDM rubber granules (1-4mm)
  • Two-layer system comprised of a wear layer and rubber attenuation layer.
  • Binder is a basic, single component aliphatic or aromatic agent.
  • Product to be installed over asphalt, concrete or compacted stone.
  • Temperature should be a minimum of 40-45 degrees Fahrenheit during installation.
  • Meets all ASTM standards applicable to playground safety surfaces.
  • Urethane binders and topcoats available for more flexibility, UV protection, and color preservation.
  • Rubber installers must have a minimum of five years of work experience.

Sunflex poured rubber surfacing maintenance.

Here are a few tips to help you effectively maintain your poured in place rubber surface.

Please ensure that sharp objects are kept away from the surface. That includes ladders, chairs with pointed legs, stiletto heels and more similar objects.

Please ensure that the area remains free from any debris, grime, moss, or other substances that may obstruct the space between the EPDM granules. Make sure to thoroughly clean the surface using a power wash wide angle nozzle.

Power wash up to 3300psi.

Wash, sweep, leaf blow or shop vac your rubber surfacing on a regular basis.

When you find surface rubber granulation coming out, rebind it. To confirm this rebind, make a shuffle foot step.

It is recommended to refrain from using solvents when cleaning the surface. Make sure to select the right detergents for the specific type of dirt you need to clean.

Pay attention to small holes. They will continue to grow in size and depth. Consider using a poured rubber repair kit to effectively fill the holes.