The owners of PolySoft knew they had developed an innovative, seamless surfacing system for playgrounds and wet areas that was hard to beat, however the evidence is now conclusive following independent testing by research agency CSIRO.

The CSIRO awarded PolySoft a Class C for the wet/barefoot ramp test, the highest possible result for slip-resistance, as well as a rating of R10 for the oil-wet ramp test. AMS Laboratories was also engaged to test the surface’s resistance to fungi. The result showed zero growth after 28 days of incubation, confirming that PolySoft does not support the growth of fungi and is therefore fungistatic. PolySoft is manufactured using a combination of flexible and durable coloured polyolefin granules and an aliphatic polyurethane binder specifically formulated to meet strict quality guidelines. The surface doesn’t fade and the granules are designed to reduce surface heat for barefoot play. PolySoft can be pressure cleaned or chlorinewashed without damaging the integrity of the product.
There is an extensive choice of colour combinations for outdoor areas, giving designers, architects and clients the freedom to be creative. Cable Beach Resort recently chose PolySoft when installing their new water park with exciting interactive spray equipment for their younger guests. Management have been extremely impressed with the slip-resistance and durability of the PolySoft product. Similar positive feedback has been received from North Star Big 4 Holiday Park in Hastings Point, as well as Robelle Domain Springfield Central. A parent and regular visitor to Robelle Domain was delighted with the new surface, saying “The little
ones soon worked out the difference underfoot between the hot rubber surface of the playground and the comfort of PolySoft. Good luck with what appears to be a wonderful Aussie invention”.