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HydroBase Turf Coolant


Looking for a solution to keep your turf fresh and cool?

HydroBase turf coolant is a simple addition to your turf’s infill, using cooling technology to keep the turf’s temperature mild and comfortable, so no more of that too hot turf during the summer months. 

The cooling technology works naturally when hydrated by irrigation, rainfall, or dew. 


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Cooling Technology

With HydroBase Turf Coolant, you’ll be able to reduce the temperature of your artificial grass surface by 40%. Keep your turf at the average cooling range of 16-28 degrees Celcius.  

Easy maintenance

Unlike real grass, turf doesn’t need to be watered and mowed. Once the HydroBase was been installed in the infill of your turf there’s not much maintenance to do. The technology in the infill works naturally when hydrated by irrigation, rain, or dew. 

Free draining

HydroBase allows for turf to keep its free-draining abilities, making sure that the surface stays fresh and dry. 


Just Kidz Albany

The playspace at JustKidz Albany was an ambitious project from the beginning. This was because it was surrounded on three sides by large buildings. This presented a real challenge; adding warmth to the space was not going to be easy.

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BestStart Naenae

Lower Hutt, Wellington

Centre manager Emma Barber wanted an outdoor space that was inviting, practical and allowed the children to extend their physical development.

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Remuera Primary School

Remuera, Auckland

Remuera Primary School has taken full advantage of the design capabilities of our Pour’n’Play rubber surfacing.

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Elmgrove School

Mosgiel, Otago

Elmgrove School set out to develop an attractive area at the front of their school that was inviting and fun for the school community.

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Community Kids Clendon

Clendon, Auckland

For Community Kids Clendon it was important to create an open and inviting outdoor space that could be used for various play and learning activities.

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