This fibreglass grating (also known as FRP) is used for ramps, walkway surfaces and stair treads and nosings. Panels are joined together to provide the required surface. It is slip resistant and can provide a firm surface over soft ground to enable access for wheeled mobility aids. Various types of grating are available.
A system of interconnected plastic moulded hexagon cells which are laid over a surface to be covered and filled with soil thus forming a solid pathway for easy wheelchair access. Grass and other ground hugging plants can be planted into the cells.
A plastic grid system consisting of modules of connected 27mm high rings joined into large mats or rolls and installed under grass to provide a reinforced trafficable surface.
Softfall consists of a compacted river sand bed, a Rebound Safety Foam underlay (different thicknesses available to cover various drop fall heights) and a 19mm pile sand filled synthetic grass.
A lightweight, polyester mat designed to provide a slip resistant and stable access way for pedestrians and wheelchairs over a variety of surfaces including beach areas. It can be used as a permanent or temporary measure and requires minimal ground preparation. The MobiMat comes in roll form and can be ordered in a variety of lengths.
Playflex is an environmentally friendly recycled rubber tile for outdoor play areas . It is durable and slip resistant with low step noise.
A plastic self supporting, portable, slip resistant flooring system designed to be used in marquees as a pathway and as a general grass protection flooring system. Available in rolls or panels.
TrailPad is a modular, interlinking panel system with a specifically designed walking track surface. It connects in a hexagonal matrix pattern. Its use is in applications that require the ability to allow high volumes of traffic to enter fragile areas and reduce to a minimum the impact of the visitor on the walking surface. It also provides a firm surface for wheelchairs. It is not suitable for larger vehicles such as cars.
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