Rubber Crumb Resin Surfacing
A resin bound rubber crumb surface is a blended mix of rubber granules bound together with a single part polyurethane resin, having been mixed on site in a specialist mixer and laid on an existing suitable; or specially prepared bases, to provide a virtually continuous surfacing. It is most commonly installed as a two layer system with the wearing course, always normally being a nominal depth of 15mm, with the ‘shock pad’ base depth being variable to meet with the CFH requirements of any play equipment.
Our resin bound rubber crumb surfacing is tested to comply with BS : EN 1177 : 1998
The wearing course / layer is constructed from a 1-4mm EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) rubber.
Rubber Crumb surfaces are manufactured using recycled tyres and thus are very environmentally friendly.
It is available in a wide variety of colours and patterns and can be applied to almost any area to make a seamless, smooth, and porous surface.
Rubber crumb is the ideal surface product for any area where there is a risk of falling, particularly when used by young children or the elderly.
The finished surface is highly resistant to rust, oil, corrosion, salt or cracking due to changes in temperature.
Rubber Crumb Surfaces are suitable for a wide variety of uses including:
Children’s play areas
School sports areas
Tennis & Basketball courts
Golf tee-off areas
Boat deck surfaces
One of the safest surfacing types available
Usable in all weathers
Resistant to abrasion, indentation, slipping, ignition
Extremely durable and cost effective.
Following recent legislation, Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) is close to becoming mandatory and permeable paving the norm for all hard surfacing requirements.
CCE Surfacing’s Rubber Crumb sub-base & Resin Bound Surface is ideal for a large range of landscaping projects, and is suitable for driveways, courtyards, pathways, commercial premises, housing developments, etc.
We replace our normal ‘sub-base’ with a ‘rubber crumb’ material, made from recycled car tyres, which is topped with a resin and aggregate top layer.
This system prevents flash flooding, by holding the water in the voids around the rubber, until the water can be absorbed into the ground. This method also reduces the risk of standing water. As this system is porous, water is able to freeze and contract without causing damage.
Using this system, can give a landscaping project several BREEAM credits.
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We are happy to visit your project, discuss Rubber Crumb Surfacing, talk about costs and give advice, all without any obligation.
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