Access-a-Mat™ is a patented, low-cost, interlocking-open-grid tile system that can be embedded easily into loose-fill surfaces like sand or mulch. Bring instant accessibility to your project with ADA compliance and easier access for wheelchairs and baby strollers. Simple installation: install Access-a-Mat tiles, then backfill with loose fill.

compatible accessories:

features:

simple to install

15' fall height rating*

heavy-duty construction

exceeds ASTM F1951

reduced maintenance

"Often, on the surfacing alone, it's hard to push a wheelchair."

- Juliet Dawkins, parent of wheelchair-bound disabled child, Lucia "LuBird" Dawkins

*source: Curbed.com

frequently asked questions

Can Access-a-mat be used with existing loose rubber surfaces?


Yes. Many playground owners are deciding to retrofit their loose rubber surfaces with Accessamat to take advantage of the increased accessibility and reduced maintenance that Accessamat provides




How long does it take to retrofit a playground with Access-a-mat?


Many factors can affect the amount of time required to retrofit an existing loose-fill surface, however with the right equipment a typical playground can be retrofitted in one day.




How is Access-a-mat installed?


Three inches of rubber mulch is layed over the playground area, followed by the installation of the Accessamat. After each mat is fitted into place and joined together, a top dressing of rubber mulch is then placed over the accessamat tray.




Does installation require specialized installers?


No. Accessamat is very simple to install. Most buyers choose to self install the product using our comprehensive installation guide.




Does the installation of Access-a-mat affect the fall safety performance?


Yes. The installation of Accessamat provides a marginal initial improvement in safety performance but more importantly, the accessamat system holds loose fill firmly in place so that consistent fall protection is maintained with minimal maintenance.





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