Wet Pour Safety Surfacing provides a practical safe surface to absorb any trips or falls.
Wet Pour Safety Surfacing (Rhino Pour) provides a practical safe surface for all school playgrounds, nurseries, sports and leisure facilities and outdoor recreational areas. We have over 20 years of knowledge and expertise in designing and installing any ‘wet pour’ requirements.
Wet pour safety surfacing provides a practical safe surface to absorb the impact of a child falling from a height. The surface would be installed to the required thickness in accordance to the current BSEN 1176/77 standard.
Many colours are available and the potential design possibilities are endless!
Some of the benefits of why pour safety surfacing are listed below;
- Durable and resilient surface
- Reduce likelihood of injury from falls
- No sharp edges
- Low maintenance
- Easy to clean
- Large range of colours available
- Various thickness to suit required fall heights
- Endless design possibilities: hopscotch’s, letters, numbers, shapes and graphics.
Testimonial from Joe Meakin-Scott, Stadium Operations Manager, Exeter Chiefs
“Rhino Play covered the area in front of the players’ tunnel within the Sandy Park stadium with a black wet pour EPDM, an area that the Chiefs’ players walk across every day of the week to access the pitch for training and games. The Club considered the previous tarmac surface as inappropriate when players were warming up or down in the area, especially when wearing studs and the area was rapidly getting worn.
Rhino Play were chosen to undertake the work because they were a local company that demonstrated their professionalism and problem solving ability at every opportunity, along with a willingness to work with us to achieve the required outcome.
Rhino Play are a company Exeter Rugby Club would be keen to work with again and would recommend to any sports arena – the entire install went extremely smoothly and we’ve ended up with an excellent surface for the team and spectators alike, a suitable entrance on to the pitch for the Premiership winning team.”