ultratile rubber playground tiles

Performance UltraTile® Play - Rubber Playground Tile

The world’s toughest wear layer on a playground safety tile.
Performance UltraTile® Play is specifically designed to reduce the risk of serious injury associated with falls from playground equipment. It features a proprietary manufacturing process where the 3 mm patented, pre-manufactured top wear layer – that is significantly higher in density than other tiles – is bonded to the resilient underlayment made of 100% post-consumer recycled SBR (Styrene Butadiene Rubber) and polyurethane. The result is unmatched durability, and its expected life is more than 100% longer than other rubber playground tiles.

Performance UltraTile Play is ideal for a wide range of play applications like ground-level playgrounds, rooftop play areas, patio play areas, daycare and after-school activity areas, fast-food restaurant play areas and shopping mall play areas.

Product Data

  • 24″ x 24″ x 2-1/2″
  • For 2-1/2” Tile: Use 24” x 24” ADA Access Ramp & 24” x 6” Transition Piece for a 30” run
  • For Tile & Polyfoam Panel System: Use 19.75” x 48” ADA Access Ramp & 19.75” x 12” Transition Piece for a 60” run, and Left & Right Side Reducers
  • Use 8” x 8” Quad Blok Connector when installing tiles to tighten joints and reduce adhesive use (must be used for tile & polyfoam system)
  • Many standard colors (color combinations and designs available)
  • Fully-adhered plus side-to-side bonding, or side-to-side bonding only
  • Porous
  • Indoor and outdoor use
  • Base Options: concrete, asphalt, crushed stone
  • IPEMA certified: meets 5’ critical fall height per ASTM F-1292
  • For 6′, 8′ or 10′ critical fall height, install 39-1/16” x 90-9/16” x 2-1/4” Ecore Polyfoam panels under tiles
  • ADA compliant per ASTM F-1951 for playground surface accessibility
  • 10-Year Warranty for tiles, 8-Year Warranty for Polyfoam Panels
  • All materials are made and assembled in the U.S.A.


Color(s) may vary slightly from samples shown.

Warning: Like so many surfaces, including asphalt, sand, metal and plastic, all of which can be found in playground environments, rubber surfaces will get hot when exposed to direct sunlight. Surface America strongly recommends that children wear shoes when playing or walking on any rubber surface, regardless of the manufacturer or specific type of surface.