Indianapolis, IN (PressExposure) June 23, 2011 -- Make playgrounds safe with better surfacing at lower costs. A leading supplier of playground equipment, AAA State of Play is offering engineered wood fiber surface to secure playgrounds. This promising surface is made of natural wood fibers to reduce the impact of falls. Available in 8'' and 12'' sizes with the company, both provide protection from 8' and 12ft fall height respectively.
Talking about the wood fiber surfacing, a senior executive of the company stated, "Our engineered wood fiber surface is IPEMA Certified and meets the specifications of ADA, ASTM along with CPSC playground surfacing standards. The size and shape of the wood fibers, impact attenuation and drainage are also compliant with playground surface standards. It's an effective surface material for preventing injuries resulted by falls from playground climbers. The initial costs of these are lower than most systems."
The advantages, uniform sized wood fibers knit together to create a springy surface for cushioning the falls. Plus rain water simply passes through the fiber. So, it's ready for playing right after the rains. To top all that, use of different woods frame pleasing colors that blend with any sort of playground layout. The most economic choice for playground surfacing, engineered wood fiber requires topping off and periodic raking.
"Falls from climbing equipment is the leading cause of injuries on playgrounds today. We offer many varieties of safety surfacing to protect kids from scratches and sprains. Available in several colors and pavement designs, these complement any playground setting. You can contact us for assistance in determining your coverage needs for playground safety surface material and for information about installation of surfaces nationwide.", the senior executive added further.
Protection for kids and peace of mind for parents and playground operators! Due to its versatility, engineered wood fiber surfacing is the right option for playgrounds. People can also seek assistance regarding the surfacing, area calculation and installation of the surface.