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Surfaces

There are various options for surfacing a playground, recreation area, field, or track. You can choose from loose-fill material, rubber tiles, poured-in-place rubber, artificial turf, or any combination. Falls to the ground are a major cause of injury on the playground and in sports. Find out how to prevent these life-threatening injuries and comply with regulations.

Dec 1, 2003 - 01:00
What type of surfacing is best? Will aquatic play structures work in my area? Where do I start? You...
Sep 1, 2003 - 07:00
An injury on North American public and private playgrounds is thought to occur every two minutes...
Mar 1, 2003 - 10:00
One of the major advantages offered by a unitary surfacing product is its ability to incorporate...
Nov 1, 2002 - 04:00
Loose-fill safety surfacing, such as woodchips, require routine maintenance. It would, however, be...
Sep 1, 2002 - 04:00
Hey Mister! Tell Miss ... not to put the swings back. They just get in the way." This was the...
Mar 1, 2002 - 09:00
One of the major considerations made during the planning of a new playground is what type of...
Jan 1, 2002 - 05:00
Since the inception of ASTM standards and CPSC guidelines relating to safety surfacing around play...
Nov 1, 2001 - 08:00
So, you have decided that you need to bring your play equipment into compliance. But, what does...
Nov 1, 2001 - 05:00
Safety surfacing is a necessity for all playgrounds both indoors and out. With specific locations...

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