NEW COMBITILE SPLASH PAD INSTALLATION AT COUNCIL WATER PARK

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…

COMBITILE INSTALLATION AT COUNCIL WATER PARK

CombiTile has recently installed CombiLock® over CombiFlex® at a regional council playground. The council wanted to address Critical Fall Height concerns and water sustainability issues.  CombiLock over CombiFlex provides 2.5 metres Critical Fall Height whilst the drainage call of CombiLock reduces water loss by 30%. Water loss is a key factor for Regional and City…

CombiTile Exhibits at California Parks & Recreation Society Expo, Long Beach, California

CombiTile, a 100% Australian owned company with its CombiFlex and CombiLock products 100% Australian made, was a well received exhibitor at the CPRS Expo in Long Beach, California March 11-12 2020. The CPRS Expo is an annual event exhibiting the latest products, systems and management techniques in the California leisure, playground, aquatic, and the parks…

CombiLock chosen for the 2020 Australian Open – Children’s pop-up aquatic play area

CombiTile’s aquatic critical fall height and drainage tile, CombiLock, was chosen for the splash pad play area at the Birrarung Marr site during the Australian Open Tennis in Melbourne in January 2020. The play area was very popular with the children and no injuries were reported. This was a pop-up aquatic play area showing CombiLock’s…

CombiTile surfacing at Robelle Domain Parklands, Ipswitch Qld

Article: Ipswich Now: ‘New surface at Springfield Water Park a ‘world first”

THIS ARTICLE FIRST APPEARED ON THE IPSWICH NOW WEBSITE, NOVEMBER 01, 2019. AUTHOR: KIRSTY HEENAN ‘An innovative new surface at the popular Springfield Water Park at Robelle Domain parklands is set to improve drainage and last longer. An Ipswich City Council team worked with a tiling company to create the new interlocking tiles, which are…