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Bouldering Wall Matting

Bouldering Wall Matting

Our 300mm matting system is designed for use at commercial bouldering walls.  Our foam has been carefully selected for it’s impact absorption and resilience, providing longevity and a consistent landing surface.  Our matting system conforms to EN standards and importantly has been impact tested and is certified to conform to NF P 90-311. The foam […]

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Softwood Play Chippings

Softwood Play Chippings

Wood play chippings are a completely natural and effective surface, and are widely used in playground areas.  Relatively cheap, replaceable and simply requiring occasional re-distribution as it moves around. We use softwood chips which last longer than bark, and exceed the requirements of BS EN 1176-1:2008 for Playground equipment and surfacing.

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Rubber Grass Matting

Rubber Grass Matting

For grassy areas, our “honeycombed” rubber grass matting combines the natural cushioning of grass with rubber, providing an effective safety surface whilst protecting the grass from the continual wear and tear. It eventually “disappears” into the grass once it has grown through, but continues to ensure that there is a cushioned landing. Rubber Grass Matting […]

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Rubber Crumb Climbing Wall Surfacing

Rubber Crumb Safety Surfacing

Rubber crumb safety surfacing is a durable safety surface for use on solid ground such as tarmac or concrete. In a range of thicknesses to suit the climbing wall, it has ramped outer edges to minimise any trip hazard around the area. The metre square rubber crumb safety tiles are bonded to the ground surface […]

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Fold-up Climbing Wall Matting

Fold-up Mats for Roped Walls

Our fold-up matting system provides a firm but protective safety surface during climbing wall sessions, and folds up against the climbing wall when not in use. This not only gets it out of the way but also deters unauthorised climbing and protects other users of the area from the climbing holds protruding from the wall […]

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