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Indoor sports flooring CONIPUR RETOP
PURfor multipurpose gymfor sports facility

indoor sports flooring
indoor sports flooring
indoor sports flooring
indoor sports flooring
indoor sports flooring
indoor sports flooring
indoor sports flooring
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for multipurpose gym, for sports facility
Other characteristics
durable, shock absorbing


For every substrate CONIPUR RETOP adheres to both polyurethane floors and to prefabricated top layers such as linoleum or PVC Sustainable and cost-effective The ecological solution: the original hall floor is retained – no disposal costs Cost-effective upgrade Retopping can be used for renovation, as well as for upgrading a hall for more demanding sports Many options The high-quality PUR surface layer is available in many variants and colours Renovation of indoor sports floorings RENOVATION OF INDOOR SPORTS FLOORINGS CONICA RETOP offers a cost-efficient and technically simple solution for the refurbishment of PUR coatings in sports halls. This CONICA technology is based on many years’ experience of a range of surface types in a variety of sports halls. It is individually applied and supervised by our technicians to ensure a perfect result. A renovation can be carried out on polyurethane floors, as well as on prefabricated floor coverings such as linoleum or PVC without any problems. In addition, retopping is an environmentally friendly solution because the existing sports floor is preserved, thus reducing disposal costs and waste. This has a positive influence on the lifecycle costs and still gives the athlete the desired performance of a new indoor sports floor. CONICA has more than 25 years of experience in the sustainable rejuvenation of sports hall surfacing of all kinds.


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