Our rubber surface consists of small EPDM rubber granules and mixed with a specially formulated resin.
It is used on any surface that needs a permanent, non-slip, resilient surface. RhinoRoc creates a comfortable and aesthetically pleasing surface for any wet deck.
There are usually two installers and one mixer on site depending on the size of the installation. The rubber granules arrive in bags and the resin in buckets. It is then mixed and trowelled on site to the specifications of the client.
The rubber surface has a non-slip texture, when it is wet the grip increases. Very similar to a rubber bath mat.
Our systems have been proven to cope with the harshest environment including the scorching deserts of Arizona and the harsh winters of Canada.
Our rubber safety surfacing is UV stable and is highly used in Australia which is one of the harshest environments for ultra violet light.
Rhinoroc has undergone many tests over the years including UV stability, critical fall heights, stain resistance and fungus & bacteria growth. Each test has passed with flying colours. All Rhinoroc rubber surfacing materials have ISO 9002 certification and have been tested by the NSF (National Sanitation Foundation).
Yes! One of the many advantages of EPDM rubber over similar products is that it has a very high chemical resistance.
Yes, once cured your rubber surface can be shoveled and needs a hammer and a chisel to be removed. It can also be plowed with a tractor.
RhinoRoc offers a 10 year warranty on any defects of the materials and a 5 year warranty on installation.
It is much cooler than asphalt and concrete in the heat because the rubber granules create a porous surface which traps moisture and allows air flow to keep your surface nice on cool for those hot summer days.
The rubber safety surface has been designed and tested to remain stable throughout all winter conditions.
RhinoRoc can be installed over most solid substrates, such as concrete, Uni-stone, compact crush stone, wood, aluminum and steel.
Yes, it is suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications.
The water filters through to the sub base and drains naturally in the direction of slope it is installed over.
Our rubber surface requires regular cleaning, usually just once a year after the snow has melted. Pressure washing is the most common method, used with a mix of soap, any other special cleaners can be used for stubborn stains.
The rubber based material is quick and easy to repair. We simply cut out the damaged area and re-pour a new mixture of rubber and resin in place for a seamless repair.
The surface is usable after 24 hours of drying in most cases.
We have standard rubber surfacing colors for your convenience. Because we use rubber granules, custom colors can be provided to fit the customer’s needs.
The rubber is applied to the surface at a quarter inch thick.