CombiTile has recently installed CombiLock® over CombiFlex® at a regional council splash pad.  The  council required splash pad safety and required a water management solution for this barefoot playground. Combitile was able to address Critical Fall Height standards and reduced water consumption.

CombiLock over CombiFlex provides 2.5 metres Critical Fall Height whilst the drainage cell of CombiLock reduces water loss by 30%. Playground fall height safety is a key concern of councils  as is splash pad maintenance – Combitile is a long term replacement for traditional pour in place (EPDM) options which require regular replacement due to their lack of chlorine and UV resistance.

Council barefoot playground – Chlorine resistant and UV resistant playground tile

Pole image of Combilock over Combiflex - safety attenuation achieved in wet playground
Pour in place /EPDM replacement in water playgrounds/splashpads

CombiTile provide a 5 year product warranty and is not reliant on adhesives.  There is  a global shortage of adhesives which is impacting the Aquatic and Splash Pad industry significantly.

CombiTile is a key strategic partner for inclusiveness as many splash parks are designed with a zero-depth entry, enabling people with mobility impairments to use the same entrance as other visitors. The lack of pooling water also encourages people of all ages and abilities to experience the fun.

CombTile products meet the following Australian Standards


AS NZ4422:2016
AS NZ4586:2013
AS TM F1292

Childrens Wet Playground Australian Open Tennis Championships 2020