Heavy Duty Rubber Gym Flooring Roll

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Description

Subfloor:

  • The surface must be smooth, level (levelled) and clean/dry.

Preparation:

  • When rolling out the rubber rolls, they will curl up at the ends. We therefore recommend leaving the rolls at room temperature for a few hours (ideally 24) before final laying and cutting to allow the surface to acclimatise.
  • Underfloor heating must be turned off 24 hours before installation and must only be turned back on after the adhesive has cured.

Glue To The Subfloor:

  • For complete surface adhesion and due to characteristic roll tensions, we recommend gluing the rubber to the substrate.
  • In this case, the glue manufacturer‘s specific adhesive recommendations should be followed. If you have any doubts about the substrate or areas of application, please contact the relevant adhesive manufacturer directly.
  • Head joints and seams should be fixed where necessary. If the joints are coming up after glueing the roll down, it is recommended to place some weight on the joint to keep it down until the glue is fully cured.

Dimension:

  • Thickness: 4 mm • 6 mm • 8 mm • 10 mm • 12 mm • 14 mm
  • Roll width: 1.250 mm
  • Roll Length: As required (Max. 10m)
  • Tolerances: width ± 1,5 % • length ± 1,5 %

Specifications:

  • BULK DENSITY Approx. 980 kg/m3
  • ULTIMATE TENSILE STRENGTH > 1.8 N/mm2 | Elongation at break: 98 % EN 12230
  • EMPA SHOCK ABSORPTION 6 mm: 15,7 % 8 mm: 17,4 % 10 mm: 18,5 % 12 mm: 21,0 % EN 14904
  • TEMPERATURE STABILITY 30° C to +80° C (in resting condition -120° C and for short periods up to +300° C)
  • DIMENSIONAL CHANGE AFTER HEAT EXPOSURE Longitudinal 0.15% Across 0.0 % Warping 0 mm EN 434
  • THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY 0.17 W/(mK) EN 12230
  • FIRE BEHAVIOUR EFl – S2 EN 13501
  • SOUND IMPROVEMENT 6 mm: 17 dB 8 mm: 18 dB EN ISO 10140
  • ANTI-SLIP PROPERTY Class R 10 DIN 51130 Class DS EN 14041
  • DYNAMIC COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION µ 0.57 EN 13893
  • ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES -0.7 kV (antistatic) EN 1815
  • STATIC STIFFNESS at a maximum load of 8 kN (evaluation)*
  • DYNAMIC STIFFNESS at average loads from 0.4 to 4 kN and frequencies from 5 to 40 Hz (evaluation)*
  • VAPOUR DIFFUSION Vapour permeable
  • CHEMICAL BEHAVIOUR Resistant to water, numerous diluted acids and alkaline solutions EN 423

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