Rubber Wet Pour Surfaces should last for the minimum of five years, retaining the colour and elasticity of the rubber surface.
If yours is not doing this, it might be time to change the rubber you’re choosing.
Specified by architects, schools and councils across Australia & New Zealand, Rosehill TPV® delivers the highest level of surfacing performance for sports, play and leisure.
It is produced using high grade polymer and thermoplastic materials and is cross-linked and vulcanized. It is the mix of high quality virgin polymer, anti-oxidants and UV stabilizers that makes Rosehill TPV® the premium product in the rubber wetpour industry. Globally it is the product of choice, for highly specialised installers and Landscape Architects.
It is true that Rosehill TPV® has better colour consistency and superior UV stability, outlasting any other rubber across the spectrum. It is manufactured using a virgin base polymer that has been vulcanized – a different base polymer to EPDM.
Developed over 12 years ago, by Rosehill Polymers in the UK, as a robust and versatile alternative to other comparable products available. It is tested using actual installations proving that Rosehill TPV® has excellent longterm ageing properties, even in the extreme Australian climate.
Specified by the Northern Territory Department of Education for use in schools, it is robust, retains it’s colour, does not embrittle and does not leach out carbon.
Rosehill Polymers are the only company that manufactures the product, and from their facility in the UK – they don’t subcontract out the process. Being manufacturers they follow the same exacting production methods and material testing. They also use a continuous line batching machine which gives great colour consistency between batches.