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Rubber Granules for A frame

Do your agility contacts obstacles need a new surface?

With these rubber granules you can give your contacts a new, non-slip surface yourself without having to buy a whole new set of equipment.

(This kit contains the rubber and glue)

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229,90 €

  • Skin
  • Wet Pour


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Suitable for all weathers, the rubber surface will give you a durable and easy to maintain surface.
  • Uv resistant
  • No colour fading
  • High quality
  • Anti-Slip

(Available in pre-made mats to custom sizes)

(Other colours available on order)

You can use these rubber granules in 2 different methods depending on your needs. Each method requires different amounts of rubber granules and binder per m².

  • Method 1(Skin)       = 4 kg rubber/m² + 0.66 kg Binder
  • Method 2 (Wet Pour)= 1.25 kg rubber/m² per 1mm thickness + 0.19 kg binder

example: For 6 mm thick mat, 6 x 1.25 = 7.5 kg rubber+ (6 x 0.19kg) binder


Method 1(Skin)

Consistes of applying the binder on the surface before the rubber granules. The rubber granules are then sprinkled over the binder, embedding them into the binder.  (Tools needed spatula, trowel, tape and gloves)

The finished surface leaves a soft non slip surface of rubber granules. Compared to methode 2, the surface feels slightly softer to the touch due to the granules NOT being coated in binder. This keeps the natural shock absorbent characteristics, grip and feel of the rubber.

This method requires the least preperation and is the easiest of the 2 methods to acheive. Requires 4kg of rubber and 0.75 kg of binder for every 1m².

Instructions on our Youtube channel. HERE

Method 2(Mat 6mm)

Consistes of thoroughly mixing the rubber granules with the binder before applying them to the surface.  (Tools needed: large mixing bucket, mixer, trowels, tape and gloves)

Often used in playgrounds and sport grounds, the finished surface is much thicker than the "skin" method and gives increased shock absorbent caracteristics. Due to the rubber granules being coated in binder, the colours of the granules become much more vibrant too and due to the thickness of the finished surface, this method is the most hard wearing of the two.

This method requires more rubber and binder but results in a far more durable and professional product. For appoximatly 6mm thickness, this method requires 7.5 kg of rubber and 1.13 kg of binder for every 1m².

Method 3     

If method 1 or 2  seem like too much work then take the easy option and buy a pre made mat done in either method 1 or 2 HERE 


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