Stump Thrust System
Designed and developed in Australia by ASF Horner it is
the most technically advanced, independently sprung, sports
flooring system available. Stump Thrust specifically caters
for all sporting and multi-use requirements. This floor is
designed to for high point loads while showing considerable
attention to DIN Standard 18032 (part2).
Sleeper Subfloor System
The Sleeper Subfloor System has the same cushioned sleepers, plus a 15/32" sheathing plywood surface nailed on top of the sleepers to provide added stability and strength. The subfloor helps eliminate "dead spots".
Safe Panel System
The Safe Panel System incorporates two
layers of either 15/32" sheathing grade plywood or 7/16" OSB with the SAFE
pads stapled to the bottom layer. This system provides for an even
greater degree of fine tuning of the performance characteristics by
altering the spacing between the layers of plywood.
Vari-Cushion is a specially-designed cushion sport flooring
system. A continuous layer of 1/4" polyethylene foam supports the
ever-popular Thrust-A-Cushion pads, providing two distinct levels of shock
absorption. Light loads only compress the polyethylene foam, while
heavier loads compress both foam and Thrust-A-Cushion pads. The
transfer of forces takes place smoothly and energy is returned to the
participant in an efficient manner.
An all-wooden subfloor assembly that
provides uniform resiliency, excellent shock absorption, and a high level
of energy return. The actual level of shock absorption can be
controlled by adjusting the spacing between the 1" x 6" 's
(nominal). The system will provide the desired level of resiliency
for any activity, from basketball to aerobics.
Fixed Sleeper System
Fixed Sleeper Floor System is the oldest
proven maple sports flooring system available, and is designed for high
performance, resiliency, and reliability. 2" x 4" (nominal) sleepers
are anchored to a concrete slab, and a 1" x 6" (nominal) subfloor is laid
at an angle on top of the sleepers. This arrangement allows for
uniform air circulation, reducing the possibility of buckling and cupping
brought on by excessive moisture buildup.
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