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Shock pads (aka safety / fall pads) are a critical part of any playground safety surface. They help to reduce the impact of falls and injuries by absorbing the force of impact. Shock pads come in a variety of materials, including polyethylene foam, rubber, and recycled materials. They are typically installed under artificial turf or mulch surfaces.
The thickness and type of safety pad required will depend on the height of the fall, the type of surface, and the desired level of safety. For example, a playground with a 12-foot fall height would require a thicker shock pad than a playground with a 6-foot fall height. A playground with a concrete surface would require a thicker shock pad than a playground with an asphalt surface.
Fall pads are an important part of any playground safety system. They help to reduce the risk of injuries and create a safer playing environment for children.
There are many benefits to using shock pads for playgrounds, including:
There are many different types of shock pads available, including:
Shock pads are typically installed under artificial turf or mulch surfaces. The installation process is relatively simple and can be done by a professional or a do-it-yourselfer.
The first step is to prepare the surface by removing any debris or rocks. Next, the shock pads are installed in a layer that is thick enough to absorb the force of impact. Finally, the artificial turf or mulch is installed on top of the shock pads.
Shock pads should be maintained regularly to ensure that they are in good condition and provide the desired level of safety. The maintenance process will vary depending on the type of shock pad. For example, polyethylene foam shock pads should be cleaned regularly with a mild soap and water solution. Rubber shock pads should be cleaned with a mild soap and water solution and then dried with a clean cloth. Recycled material shock pads should be cleaned with a mild soap and water solution and then dried with a clean cloth.
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