Rosco Adagio Touring Portable Full Roll
Portable Tap Dance Floor, Rosco Adagio Tour, Tap Dance Flooring for Stage and Theatre
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|Thickness||Less than 2 mm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year limited|
Top Features for Rosco Adagio Touring Portable Full Roll
- Portable marley dance flooring
- Durable for tap dance floors
- Roll out and tape down
- Easy to install, transport and store
- Great for touring groups and stage dance floors
- Install with vinyl floor tape
Portable Tap Dance Floors, Touring Dance Floors, Theatrical and Stage Flooring, Temporary Dance Floors
The Greatmats Rosco Adagio Touring Portable Full Roll product is specifically designed to be used as a portable tap dance floor for touring tap and dance groups. It's the perfect type of flooring for use on a temporary, non-daily use, allowing it to fit into the usage needs and schedules for touring groups of all kinds. It's also a great option for temporary theatrical applications.
This temporary dance floor roll material can be used for all dance types, including tap, ballet, modern, Irish, and jazz. This floor makes use of the same material as our standard Adagio by Rosco flooring, but in a thinner, more portable version. It's tough and lightweight, while remaining suitable for all types of dance and all types of dance shoes.
You'll love this touring dance vinyl floor in all performance venues, regardless of the type of lighting you'll encounter. The flooring has a matte, non-reflective surface that is ideal to avoid problems with glare coming off the floor.
Easy Product to Move
The portable Adagio flooring has been specially designed to lay flat quickly and provide a surface with a terrific tap sound. The portable marley floor weighs only 1.6 lbs. per linear foot. The vinyl stage and theatre dance flooring is very flexible, assuring years of rolling and re-rolling without causing any visible wear and tear to the floor.
We do have to mention that a full roll of the portable tap dance floor will weigh 165 pounds, so it will be difficult for just one person to move the full roll. Depending on your needs, you may have to use power equipment to help with moving the rolls. However, because these vinyl stage and theatre dance flooring rolls are tightly rolled onto the center core, it's relatively easy to move around if you have enough people or equipment available.
Large Coverage Area
One of the best reasons to use our touring dance vinyl floor is because of the large coverage area it offers. The width of the flooring is 5.25 feet, while the length of a full roll is 101 feet, giving you 534 square feet of coverage area with the dance floor.
You also can cut the vinyl stage and theater dance flooring to make it fit a particular stage area. To ensure that you have a straight cut across the flooring, we recommend that you measure the length of flooring that you need in at least three places. Then use a long straightedge that can stretch across the full 5.25-foot width of the flooring so you can make one perfectly straight cut.
When it's time to actually cut the touring dance vinyl floor, you'll want to use a utility knife or a matte knife. Because this vinyl material is thin, measuring less than 2 mm in thickness, you should have some sort of protective material underneath the portable tap dance floor, just in case the knife goes through the material easily, so it doesn't damage the floor beneath.
In many configurations, you may need to install multiple sections of the vinyl stage and theatre dance flooring to cover the full area you need. Try to run the seams perpendicular to the width of the stage for the best results. Each section of flooring has a straight edge, meaning you will be able to put the sections together side by side without having any gaps.
Because this portable tap dance floor is made to be used for a few days and then rolled up and stored, you will not be using glue to attach the sections of vinyl to the sub-floor. Instead, you'll use a vinyl tape to attach the sections to each other and to the sub-floor that you easily can remove later.
Tough Flooring Material
The high quality flooring will offer the toughness you need for occasional use in theater productions. It has a Shore A 92 material density rating, which ensures its stability and toughness.
You'll receive a 5-year limited manufacturer's warranty with this touring dance vinyl floor, which should give you peace of mind about the longevity of the flooring, as long as you care for it and use it properly. The longevity of this floor means you're receiving a good value when you purchase it.
Make sure to use this flooring indoors only, as the vinyl material is not UV treated. The vinyl is non-absorbent, which means if you end up with spills on the floor, you don't have to worry about the liquid causing damage to the flooring.
You will be able to install the Rosco Adagio Touring Portable Full Roll product from Greatmats over any type of hard and flat surface. If you are planning to install the portable tap dance floor on top of a concrete sub-floor, we do recommend that you use some sort of foam or rubber underlayment, which will give the dancers using the floor a bit of cushioning versus the hard cement sub-floor.
Before installation, we recommend that you allow the vinyl stage and theatre dance flooring to adjust to the temperature and humidity of the room where you'll be using it. If the flooring is shipped in winter, for example, it may have been exposed to below freezing temperatures before and during shipping, so giving the flooring time to adjust its temperature is important.
Look closely at the sub-floor before you roll out your touring dance vinyl floor. If you see any loose nails or other protrusions in the sub-floor, the portable tap dance floor could be torn or gouged by these nails. Remove the loose nails before rolling out the vinyl stage and theatre dance flooring.
Once you've prepared the sub-floor, you're ready to roll out the vinyl flooring. You will want to make sure the rolls of floor are perfect straight as you roll them out, so they will be lined up properly. You can attach the different rolls together by using vinyl tape, which you then can remove later when its time to roll up the vinyl stage and theatre dance flooring and store it.
Because this touring dance vinyl floor is designed to be rolled out for usage and then rolled up again and stored until the next performance, it's important to store this product properly. Rolls of the Rosco Adagio Touring Portable Full Roll product should never be stored in a flat position. The overall weight of the flooring will cause the flooring to collapse on itself over time if stored in a horizontal position. This position may cause the rolls to flatten, or it may cause rippling in the material when you unroll it later.
The material should always be stored in an upright standing position rolled up tight on a center core. Even if you'e cut the flooring into smaller pieces, we still recommend storing the material in an upright position on a roll.
When you will be using tap shoes on a regular daily basis, such as in a dance studio for daily practice sessions, we would recommend our full thickness Adagio flooring material and not the Rosco Adagio Touring Portable Full Roll product. This particular style of flooring is not thick enough for the demands of a tap floor that would be used on a regular basis.
You also should note that tap shoes with aluminum taps will leave black oxidation marks on all marley vinyl flooring material, including this portable tap dance floor. This is more noticeable if you select the gray flooring instead of the black flooring. For this reason, we do not recommend gray flooring when using this vinyl stage and theatre dance flooring for tap dancing.
Tap shoes with steel taps will not leave black marks. However, all tap shoes potentially will leave some non-color markings on the floor. If you notice excessive markings from tap dancing with this touring dance vinyl floor, check the screws on the tap dance shoes.
Cleaning the Flooring
You'll be able to extend the life of the vinyl stage and theatre dance flooring by cleaning it properly on a regular basis. To remove dry debris from the surface of the floor, sweep it with a soft push broom. Avoid using stiff bristled brooms, which could cause visible scratches on the surface of the floor.
For a more thorough cleaning of the portable tap dance floor, you can mop the floor using Rosco All-Purpose Cleaner. (You should use this brand of cleaner to maintain the warranty for the floor.) Use warm water and dilute the cleaner as explained on the product's labeling. After mopping the floor, you can rinse it with cold water before allowing the floor to air dry. If you have stubborn stains or adhesive residue from tape on the floor, you can use a less diluted Rosco All-Purpose Cleaner mixture. Wear gloves if your hands will come in contact with the cleaner.
We recommend cleaning the floor each time before you roll it up, allowing time for air drying. You should clean it at least three times per week when the floor will be installed for long periods of time. You may need to clean the touring dance vinyl floor more often if it's exposed to a lot of debris and soiling.
Always use Rosco floor cleaner to maintain warranty.Shipping
Ships via freight delivery on pallets. Cut lengths may ship via ground service.
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SPECIFICATIONS⌃ Back to top
|Thickness||Less than 2 mm|
|SF per Item||534.00|
|Packaging||Shrink Wrapped on Pallets|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||9|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Hardness||Shore A 92|
|Surface Finish||Smooth flat|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Tape down|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year limited|
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Can you put this flooring down on concrete or do you need plywood? Or underlay of some sort?
Is this product just for tap? Or can I use it for hip-hop, lyrical, ballet, jazz, etc?
Can I put it on top of interlocking foam tiles? And can those foam tiles be on concrete?
Can I get less than one roll? If so, how?
Can I put it on top of 1/2 inch plyometric rolls. The roll will be on a concrete basement floor.
This is our first portable floor, and we have found it to be as promised. We've been extremely satisfied with its performance and durability.
New York, NY
I love my new Adagio touring Floor! More importantly, the customer service I received at Greatmats was phenomenal. Your staff was patient and helpful and got the flooring to me in plenty of time for our performance. I will definitely use your company again.
White Marsh Ballet Academy
The product was as described and our tap instructor as well as the students are very happy with it. It was delivered promptly without any problems- and was also delighted with your service- i will highly recommend this product to as well as your company to others.
It is working for me and I am so far satisfied with the product. Delivery was quick.