Ideal for Many Uses
Wet Pour Rubber
Wet pour rubber, also known as playground flooring or safety surfacing, is a mixture of rubber granules and a polyurethane resin (or binder). It forms a continuous surface that is durable and is frequently very attractive.
Wet pour safety surfacing is suitable for schools, adventure playgrounds, leisure centres, recreation grounds, splash pads, hospitals, surgeries, and care facilities. In fact, it can be used anywhere where a decorative, impact absorbing and non slip surface is required.
Redlynch have been installing rubber flooring for 25 years, and have a reputation in the industry for our expert knowledge, genuine advice and professional installations.
We source our materials from the most reputable suppliers. We have a loyal work force, many of whom have been laying wet pour rubber for us since we started – arguably the most experienced operatives in the country.
Contact one of our wet pour specialists today to find out more.
Benefits of our
Wet Pour Safety Surface
Fully tested and laid in accordance with BS EN 1176 : 1988 and BS EN 1177 : 1998. We fully meet the standards for free fall height, durability, slip resistance, flammability and resistance to indentation.
- Wide choice of design and colours
- Can be laid on existing tarmac or concrete
- Porous and fast draining
- Installed only by our own specialist operatives
- Durability – many of our original surfaces are still working well after nearly 20 years active use
How Much Does
Wet Pour Cost?
There are many variables which will affect the price of wet pour:
- Size of area
- Critical fall height (this determines the depth of the wet pour)
- Access to the area
- Pattern work and graphics
As an example, if we say that approximately 100m2 were to be laid, the cost would be between £30 – £90 /m2 + VAT.
These figures exclude any necessary ground preparation works. Again, these costs will vary according to size, access and ground conditions.
Contact us today for more information or to book a free site visit.
Rubber Playground Flooring
Wet pour rubber is a flexible two-course safety surface.
The non-slip top layer, known as the wearing course, consists of tough and durable EPDM rubber granules mixed with a polyurethane binder. These clean cut and clean faced granules provide a well bonded surface with a high tensile strength that will prove to be extremely durable.
The base course comprises granulated recycled rubber and polyurethane laid to varying depths dependent on the equipment above. The softer base layer cushions the fall, progressively deforming and lengthening the impact over time and distance. For more information check out our wet pour technical overview.
Wet pour rubber surfaces are great for introducing colour to an area, and a variety of games, patterns and graphics can make them both fun and educational. Check out the choices on our colour options page.
Wet Pour Rubber Case Studies
Wet Pour Rubber, Fall Height Chart
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King’s Park is a new adventure playground with a fabulous array of wooden play equipment including a castle, balancing log, spider web and multiple animal…
Turnham Primary School
During the summer of 2018 we worked extensively at Turnham Primary school, installing 950 m2 of coloured wetpour, including a mile a day track. large canopy was demolished and replaced with a brand new sail shade
Norman Croft School
During the summer of 2018, we installed a large colour fleck wet pour pad ,as part of a new playground refurbishment. The school wanted a running track with the area in the middle of the track infilled with a contrasting colour, as well as TigerMulch surfacing in an adjacent area
We were delighted to be chosen to design and install a brand new wet pour area at Somerhill School, in full colour and complete with graphics
Manor Prep School, Abingdon
A nice green and blue wet pour installation at Manor Prep School, Abingdon
Redlynch Parish Council
Black wet pour safety surfacing installed around a Basket swing, new trampoline and multiplay unit
Rathfern Primary School
Large Green wet pour installation at Rathfern Primary School, South East London, in the Summer of 2018
A bright green wetpour surface was installed in 2019, in accordance with the critical fall height for Lappset playground equipment we built on the same area
Installed 1,100m2 of different coloured rubber wet pour in July 2018 to completely transform the playground of this Academy
Brockwell Park, Lambeth
Two tone green wetpour installation at Brockwell park, London
Brooklands Primary School, Greenwhich
140m2 of bright green wet pour rubber installed at Brooklands Primary School, South East London, in July 2018
Heatherton House School
120m2 of light blue wet pour installed at Heatherton House School, Amersham
Bright Stars Nursery, Frome
Multicoloured road way and track installed in coloured wet pour, June 2018
Yellow wet laid on new housing estate, June 2019. Poole, Dorset.
St Paul’s School, Cambridge
Multi coloured wet pour area laid at St Paul’s School, Cambridge, on behalf of Artisan Structures
Primrose Hill, London
Red rubber wet pour surfacing installed underneath existing outdoor fitness equipment in Primrose Hill, London, 2018
Didcot – new housing development
Bright orange wet pour installed on a new housing development in Didcot, for Gavin Jones landscapes
Leyton Square, South London
280 m2 of coloured wet pour, in various tones, installed on behalf of Blakedown Landscapes, in July 2018.
Hindu Temple, North London
Blue and green wet pour safety surfacing laid at the private gardens of a Hindu Temple in North London. Laid underneath Lappset Flora playground equipment
Bousfield Primary School
45 m2 of coloured rubber wet pour with star fish graphics installed at Bousfield primary school for APL. August 2019
St Anthony’s Primary School
95 m2 of black wet pour rubber laid beneath a challenging Lappset trim trail, August 2019
Whiteheath Infant School
300 m2 of Green wet pour rubber and TigerMulch installed at Whiteheath Infant School, autumn 2018
Harwell Parish Council
75 m2 of black wet pour rubber installed at Harwell Parish Council, Summer 2018
Whitgift School, South London
920 m2 of fleck wet pour installed at Whitgift School, Croydon, in the summer of 2019
St Joeseph’s Primary School
640 m2 of Wetpour Rubber and TigerMulch surfacing installed at St Joeseph’s Primary School, London, in August 2019
Woodlands Academy, Bedford
190 m2 Green and Black fleck coloured wet pour rubber installed underneath these Table Tennis tables at Woodlands Academy, Summer 2019
144 m2 of Black Wet Pour safety surfacing laid at this site in Lordssmith, Swindon, on behalf of Mant Lisure, summer 2019
Ryland Centre, Birmingham
100 m2 of wet pour rubber installed at the Ryland Sports Centre, Birmingham, Autumn 2019.
Ryarsh Parish Council
100 m2 of green and black fleck rubber wet pour surfacing installed under 3 new Lappset swings and an existing slide, Autmn 2019
Cardigan Integrated Care Centre
Bright blue wet pour rubber installed underneath some fun Lappset role play and balance items, Autumn 2019
Oxford Gardens Primary School
400 m2 of coloured wet pour installed at Oxford Gardens primary school, Summer 2017
Canvey Island Infant School
120 m2 of coloured wet pour rubber installed at Canvey Island Infant School, beneath a lappset castle multi play unit. Summer 2017
Suttons Primary School
350m2 coloured wet pour rubber installed at Suttons Junior School, Summer 2017
Fauklands Place, Camden
250 m2 coloured wet pour rubber laid at a park in Camden, summer 2016
The Court Special School
220m2 of bright coloured wet pour rubber installed at the Court Special School Cardiff, summer 2017
Heber Primary School, London
Large area of TigerMulch bonded mulch and Wet pour rubber surfacing installed at Heber Primary School, 2017
Taylor Wimpey, Andover
200 m2 of coloured wet pour rubber installed at a new housing estate by Taylor Wimpey, Andover, 2017.
St George’s Village, Birmingham
Large area of mixed coloured wet pour rubber installed beneath a Lappset Wall Holla at an upmarket new apartments development in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
110 m2 of black wet pour installed underneath Lappset multiplay castle, seahorse springer and new seesaw at this site in Dover, Autumn 2019
Didcot new housing development
600+ m2 of coloured wet pour rubber installed in a variety of shapes and tones at a new mixed developer housing estate in Didcot. Summer 2017
150 + m2 of black wet pour rubber installed at a new Lappset play area in Winchester, Autumn 2019.
St Francis School, London
Large area of blue and green coloured wet pour installed underneath a Lappset play ship at this school in London, Autumn 2019.
New Forest Water Park
Large area of black rubber wet pour, complete with in laid wake boarding logo, installed at New Forest Water Park, Spring 2019
55 m2 of coloured wet pour complete with in laid graphics installed at Blyth Road, Uxbridge
Reading Housing Estate
50m2 of new wet pour surfacing installed under playground equipment in Reading, Berkshire, Winter 2019.
Portsmouth City Council
Large area of red rubber wet pour safety surfacing installed at Portsmouth, Hampshire, 2020.
Wet Pour Rubber, Cornwall
Multiple overlay sites of black wet pour safety surfacing installed in February 2020
Britania Village Primary School
Colour wet pour playground flooring installed at this school in London, Summer 2016.
Worthing, West Sussex
100 m2 of black wet pour surfacing installed for Worthing and Adur District Council, Summer 2020
Holy Cross Prep
Blue and yellow coloured wet pour playground flooring installed at this school in London, May 2020.
Heavitree Social Club
85 m2 coloured rubber wet pour surfacing installed for a splash pad at Heavitree Social club, Exeter, Summer 2020.
Almost 500 m2 of coloured wet pour surfacing installed at this site in South London, May 2020.
Noah’s Ark School, Warminster
Coloured wet pour trike track installed at this school in Warminster, Wiltshire, summer 2020
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