Rubber sports flooring GYMFLOOR
indoorfor sports activitiesfor sports facility

rubber sports flooring
rubber sports flooring
rubber sports flooring
rubber sports flooring
rubber sports flooring
rubber sports flooring
rubber sports flooring
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Characteristics

Material
rubber
Location
indoor
Market
for sports activities, for sports facility
Other characteristics
durable, 100% recyclable, acoustic, insulated

Description

The rubber roll is a versatile and resistant solution and is ideal for creating multi-purpose facilities. Guarantees safety and maximum comfort. Excellent cost-benefit ratio. 1. A flooring for multiple activities The choice of flooring for a fitness venue plays an important role in the activities that it will be used for.. When the goal is to use the areas for a range of activities, it is important to opt for a surface that does not compromise performance or safety. The rubber flooring that comes in Gymfloor rolls is a multi-purpose solution that is suitable for a range of sports. It is also easy to install and clean. It is installed using two-sided adhesive tape, which means it can be reused if you move venue, and is ideal for rented spaces as it does not damage the base surface. 2. Make the most of your investment The intense use of fitness venues demands a lot from the floors of these facilities. The Gymfloor rubber rolls have a high-density and firmness that makes them more durable. An excellent option to install in venues containing equipment and furniture. It is does not get damaged or marked, even when heavy equipment is placed on it. It also improves the acoustic protection of the venue, ensuring better insulation not only of the facility itself but also the adjacent rooms.

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