Alvas Matlay Dance Flooring 6 x 16 ft Roll
Matlay Dance Flooring, Vinyl Dance Flooring 6x16 ft Roll
Top Features for Alvas Matlay Dance Flooring 6 x 16 ft Roll
- Lightweight vinyl dance flooring
- Rolls of vinyl dance flooring - available in multiple lengths
- Easy tape down installation
- Non skid surface with a matte finish
- Universal flooring - works all types of dancing or performances
- Temporary or semi-permanent applications
- Reversible marley dance flooring
Professional Studio, Home Dance Studios, Ballet Floor, Modern Dance, Hip-Hop, Jazz
Matlay Reversible Vinyl Dance Flooring is a marley flooring that can be used for almost any dance style and stage performances.
Matlay is suitable to be used on any hard flat surface but ideally it is should be used with a sprung or floating subfloor. Matley is to be installed using vinyl tape for the seams and gaffers tape for the perimeter. To ensure a smooth and flat installed flooring be sure to remove any nails, screws, staple and debris prior to rolling out Matlay vinyl flooring.
If temporary outdoor use is necessary please make note. The surface should be shaded and kept out of direct sunlight as much as possible. Vinyl flooring cannot be installed nor used in direct sunlight. On an outdoor surface, because of the heat from the sun, only the white side of the flooring may be use. The black and gray will get too hot.
Fire Rating: ASTM E 648: Class 1
Weight - 2 lbs per lf
Roll Size - 6 x 16 ft
Additional lengths available
Thickness - 0.044 in (1.1mm)
Colors - black/gray and black/white
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NOTE: This item is a custom order and is not returnable.
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|SKU#||Matlay 6x16 ft|
|Thickness||Less than 2 mm|
|SF per Item||96.00|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||1|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Made In||Made in the USA|
|Surface Design||Solid Color|
|Installation Method||Tape down|
|Border Strips Included||No|
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