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FALL HEIGHTS & ADVANTAGES
IMPACT PROTECTION SLABS
MODERN SURFACING SYSTEMS
Shock-absorbent surfacing systems for Playgrounds and Multipurpose Sports Facilities made from recycled rubber.
TVS Play Surfaces specialises in playground surfacing, reducing the risk of injury to children while they play and engaging them with bright surfaces and multi-coloured patterns.
TVS Euroflex, is not just a safety surface system, the tiles can be used to create any custom play area in a safe vibrant manner.
As it is a preformed system, we can create large scale cost effective play areas, to encourage movement and physical activity without the huge capital expense of new tarmac, artificial turf or wetpour installation.
This all with the added advantage of each tile offering impact absorption of 0.6m as standard and up to 3.0m as required.
EUROFLEX® tested quality – That is our promise! Shock absorption testing of Impact Protection Slabs in accordance with DIN EN 1177:2008
The use of shock-absorbent floor systems is necessitated by the requirements of DIN EN 1177:2008. This standard requires shock-absorbent flooring for a fall height of 60cm or more. The suitability of impact protection slabs made of bonded, permanently elastic recycled rubber granules is documented by a test certificate. The impact attenuation is demonstrated by means of the HIC method. HIC, which stands for Head Injury Criterion, is and international parametar for the severity of head injuries.
For impact protection materials on playgrounds, the maximum HIC value is 1000. This upper limit ensures that virtually no head injuries with permanent damage can be expected. It is important to remember: the lower the HIC value, the higher the protection for the child’s head.
All EUROFLEX® Impact Protection Slabs are tested in accordance with DIN EN 1177:2008 to determine the HIC value. They are also tested in accordance with ASTM-F-1292:2013.