Introducing Our Innovative Perma-Play Rubber Playground Surfacing
Add Safety and Value to Your Play Surface
Our Perma-Play 2-layer system safety surface is a poured-in-place option and constructed of the finest raw materials available for outdoor and indoor play areas. Comprised of a SBR (styrene-butadiene rubber) base and an EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) wear coat, both are blended with the highest grade binders available in the industry. Our soft playground surface product is truly superior and built to last. Attractive and long-lasting, Perma-Play is clean, durable, and installed by our highly trained, certified installation crews.
Pool Deck Surfacing
Running Track Surfaces
Garage Floor Surfacing
Walking Trail Surfacing
Playground Safety Mats
And many more safety surface application
IPEMA Certified to Meet ASTM F1292
Easy to Maintain
Endless Custom Design Capability
Durable & Resilient
We’re Serious About Safety
Pro-Techs Surfacing has received written validation from the independent laboratory that its surfacing conforms to the requirements of the independent standard. Check the IPEMA website at www.ipema.org to confirm product validation for the following listed products.
Perma-Play meets ASTM F1951 Standard Specification for Determination of Accessibility of Surface Systems Under and Around Playground Equipment.
ASTM F1292-13 Compliant Products
1 – PP2L-2.0/4’ Critical Fall Height
2 – PP2L-2.5/5’ Critical Fall Height
3 – PP2L-2.75/6’ Critical Fall Height
4 – PP2L-3.0/7’ Critical Fall Height
5 – PP2L-3.5/8’ Critical Fall Height
6 – PP2L-4.0/9’ Critical Fall Height
7 – PP2l-5.0/12’ Critical Fall Height
Perma-Play Edge Details
The following are three-dimensional edge detail drawings of our Perma-Play product. Click any of the edge details for download.
Color Blend Visualizer
Available Mix Breakouts
Select one of the available mix breakouts below. You can have up to 4 color selections.
Select your desired color for each of the granules below.
Click the Mix button to generate an image based on your choices above. These are color simulations. Actual granule colors may vary from what you see on your computer screen or print out on a laser printer.
This color mixer is a tool to help with the surface design and color selection, but there may be some shade variation from the actual surfacing.