Turf Tile From Ecore For Playgrounds, Patios, And Roofs

The molded rubber tile can be installed on a variety of areas around a facility, including to simulate the appearance of a green roof.


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The molded rubber tile can be installed on a variety of areas around a facility, including to simulate the appearance of a green roof.
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Turf Tile From Ecore

The molded rubber tile can be installed on a variety of areas around a facility, including to simulate the appearance of a green roof.

Turf Tile From Ecore For Playgrounds, Patios, And Roofs

PlayGuard Safety Surfacing, which is manufactured by Ecore and is designed to reduce the risk of serious injury associated with falls from playground equipment, has announced the launch of its newest product: Turf Tile. The molded rubber tile can be installed on a on a variety of areas around a facility, including to simulate the appearance of a green roof.

green roofManufactured in the U.S., the tile features a turf surface that looks like real grass. It measures 24″ x 24″ square and is 2.5″ thick. Turf Tile can be used inside or outdoors on playgrounds, patios, or rooftops. Installation is facilitated using PlayGuard’s Quad Blok interlocking connectors, which feature precisely located openings that interface with the corner leg understructure PlayGuard tiles.

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