We choose Rosehill TPV® granules for our Pour’n’Play surfacing because of its superior quality. We have been using Rosehill TPV® for years and have found that it offers better colour consistency, and superior UV stability to alternative products like Far Eastern EPDM and colour coated SBR granules.
Rosehill TPV® outperforms other coloured rubber granules in terms of UV stability simply by utilising the most advanced additives and pigments. These are combined with one of most innovative thermoplastic elastomer base polymers at relatively high levels to give a colourfastness that is superior to EPDM-type rubber granules. Not only does the colour last for longer but the granules do not harden over time either as the material is cross-linked using peroxide which also offers excellent material stability in comparison to sulphur-cured granules.
The ‘TPV’ in Rosehill TPV® stands for Thermoplastic Vulcanised rubber. Rosehill TPV® is a one of a kind rubber wetpour solution which is a premium quality rubber granule made from virgin polymers combined with the highest UV stabilised pigments in order to increase colour retention and longevity.
Rosehill TPV® is the World leading brand in the wet pour industry, synonymous with superior UV stability and long-term ageing properties. Their TPV granules are sometimes used as a loose-fill surface, but are more commonly used in wet pour rubber surfacing solutions like Pour’n’Play.
Rosehill TPV® can be used for playground surfacing, child care centres, outdoor fitness centres, sporting arenas, pathways, and in many more applications.
Numat is the exclusive importer and distributor of Rosehill TPV® for New Zealand.
Rosehill TPV® was developed by Rosehill Polymers, a world leading expert in applied polymer technology and rubber playground manufacturer, as a more robust and versatile alternative to the standard EPDM products.
Rosehill TPV® provides the following features and benefits:
Rosehill TPV® is currently available in a range of over 24 colours and offers both architects and installers endless possibilities for creative design when planning wet pour surfaces.
You can mix and match your colours to add more style, fun and games to your playground at no extra cost. Add a graphic or logo; waves and patterns; even chess boards, tag bases, sprint tracks and four square. Or just add colours and shapes and the kids will soon invent a new game.
An economic option is to use black rubber granules as the dominant colour because it has a lower cost. Then add vibrant TPV colours to the black to create a kaleidoscope of creativity.