PaviGym Performance Fitness Gym Floor Tile
PaviGym Performance Fitness Gym Floor Tile, Gym Flooring
Top Features for PaviGym Performance Fitness Gym Floor Tile
- Noise and impact abatement
- No rubber odor
- Valcanized strength
- Loose lay installation
- Ultra-tight interlock
- Commercial grade durability
- Easy to clean
- Beveled edges and beveled corners available
Home Gym Rubber Floor, Yoga Studios, Professional Gyms, Pilates Studio
PaviGym Performance for athletic, fitness and gym flooring
PaviGym Performance remains the only gym flooring manufacturer exclusively dedicated to the health club industry, a specialization that gives PAVIGYM the knowledge and experience to create optimal gym flooring solutions for each specific activity.
PaviGym Performance Fitness Flooring
With PaviGym Performance, we combine design and strength to offer you the best experience in your cardio and fitness workouts.
PaviGym Performance flooring is suitable for use with exercise machines, as it prevents slipping and is wear-resistant thanks to its virgin rubber composition. This material, unique to our products, makes this flooring six times more resistant than its competitors in the market, which are generally made of recycled rubber.
In addition to absorbing vibrations and sound, high standards of hygiene are maintained thanks to its impermeability.
This model, like all Pavigym gym and fitness floors, is available in a wide variety of finishes and customization options to offer a unique, incomparable product.
Always use Neutral Ph cleaner on rubber flooring. Damp mop with hot water.Shipping
Ships via freight delivery shrink wrapped on pallets.
Small orders can go UPS or FedEx
This Product Ships Freight Only.
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|SF per Item||8.71|
|Packaging||Shrink Wrapped on Pallets|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||130|
|Interlock Loss||0.12 feet|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Interlocking, dry lay|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 year limited|
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Will this gym flooring hold up to exercise equipment.
The thickness seems very thin. Do you need to have anything beneath it if only sub floor is below?