The most popular safety rubber flooring system is the Impact Protection Slab. Edge & Corner Profiles are recommended to finish off the impact protection slab flooring, particularly if the slabs are laid on top of an existing surface. Corner and Edge Profiles compliment and neatly finish Impact Protection slabs by meeting the slabs at the same height and sloping off on the outer perimeter of an area. An important benefit is that they allow for wheelchair access, and they reduce the risk of stumbling, as well as having the aesthetic effect of neatening the edges.

There are a variety of SBR rubber or EPDM rubber colours to choose from to compliment the installed rubber sufacing systems. The EPDM Edges and Corners have an SBR underlay and their top wear layer is EPDM rubber; minimizing cost while achieving the desired aesthetic appeal of EPDM colours. For each corner of an area, two corner edge profiles are required.

Rubber feels smooth and soft underfoot, it cushions the body’s joints and ligaments, while being incredibly durable. Edge and Corner Profiles can be supplied in either SBR rubber or EPDM rubber .

Edges and Corner Profiles are available in a variety of thickness, to be installed with the corresponding slab thickness e.g. 30/10mm Edge and Corner Profiles would meet the 30mm Impact Protection Slabs.

Edges and Corner Profiles are simple to install, and can be done at home without professional assistance. The profiles are non-interlocking and therefore would require adhering to the perimeter of installed rubber slab system in order to secure them in place. The rubber used in our Edge and Corner Profiles is completely traceable, right down to each individual edge/corner piece, by using production codes.

Rubber has stain resistant properties, making it very easy to clean.


Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomers (EPDM) is a high density synthetic rubber which is weather resistant and absorbs less solar heat. It is extremely versatile with the ability to better withstand temperatures associated with environmental factors such as UV weathering and water swell.

Styrene-butadiene Rubber (SBR) is produced from black rubber tyres that are stripped of their metal reinforcing and then mechanically shredded into granules. These rubber granules are graded and available in different sizes, that can be coloured and used as an economical and surfacing.

While EPDM offers a wider range of colours and is more weather resistant, SBR is a more economical surfacing option.

WET POUR and IMPACT PROTECTION SLABS offers a combination of SBR and EPDM options to give you the best of both rubber products.

WET POUR and IMPACT PROTECTION SLABS applications can accommodate an installation of SBR as the cushion/base layer and EPDM as the wear/top layer.


Rubber is known for its durability and its ability to last for decades, even under extreme weather conditions.

Maintenance is low due to high-quality materials being used in our surfacing.

In the unlikely event that your rubber flooring is permanently damaged, please contact us to assist and advise.