|Size (mm)||500x1000 | 500x500 | 1000x1000|
|Material||Recycled rubber (2.4 granulometry) agglomerated with rubber binder|
|Base||Alveolar or Massive|
|Applications||Playgrounds, play areas, work areas, balconies, terraces, spaces around swimming pools, other places where a safe, non-slip, washable, resistant and permeable floor is required.|
|Application Surfaces||Concrete, Asphalt, Wood, Sidewalk and all types of floors with fixed and resistant base.|
|Application Method||PaviTop can be applied with plastic connectors (PT30) or with PaviTop Glue (PT50)|
The use of dowel pins to connect the tiles will prevent tiles from moving away due to the thermal oscillations. With this accessory, the tiles stay attached to each other, avoiding gaps between them.
The dowel pin is an accessory to insert into the side perforations of the tile.
The PaviTop playground tiles guarantees the quality required by law.
It is advisable that the flooring is chosen according to the height of the equipment, i.e. the higher the structure of the equipment, the greater the thickness of the flooring, in this sense the PaviTop (tiles) is certified for the thicknesses of 20, 30, 40, 43, 45, 50, 60 and 80 mm. Planners shall consider the necessary safety margins for critical fall heights, ie for a height of 1,40 is advisable a floor with certification of 1,60.
Pneugreen warns of the need to maintain the spaces where Pavitop “Tiles” and “Insitu” floors are applied. The hygiene of the pavements allows you to extend the life time!
Pneugreen also recommends putting solar covers in the playgrounds to protect both equipment and floor from overheating. When protected from direct sunlight, rubber floors become more resistant, become more resistant in terms of colours and usage.
We manufacture and install tiles in SBR and our products are certified according to EN 1176 and EN 1177 standards. With an alveolar or solid base, the structure is designed to guarantee greater safety and comfort.
PaviTop is an eco-friendly product: every m2 recycles an average of 8 to 9 tires at the end of their lifecycle.