Sterling Athletic Sound Rubber Tile 2.75 Inch Black
Athletic Sound Black Rubber 2.75 Floor Tile, Athletic Rubber Flooring
Top Features for Sterling Athletic Sound Rubber Tile 2.75 Inch Black
- Durable rubber floor tile
- Tile-locking system provides tight seam lines and superior aesthetics
- Drop free weights directly onto the floor
- Easy to clean
- Heavy duty professional sports flooring
- Superior sound attenuation and shock insulation
Weight Rooms Floors, Gym Flooring Rubber Tiles, Professional Sports Facilities, University Locker Rooms
Sterling Athletic Sound Rubber Tile with interlock edges. Very high end professional quality indoor athletic tile for weight rooms and gyms. When you want to very best this is the rubber floor tile for you.
The manufactured dimension of this tile is 2 x 2 feet and compressed during installation to a dimension of 23 15/16 x 23 15/16 inches. With a tile height of 2.75 inches.
Use Sterling Athletic Sound Rubber Tile in cardio studios, free weight/dumbbell areas, high-impact studios, personal training areas, machine areas, Cross Fit training areas, spinning studios, locker rooms, or even daycare centers where sound and vibration threaten to travel beyond your facility's floors and walls.
Sterling Athletic Tiles ensure tight seamlines and superior aesthetics. Made from 100 percent post-consumer recycled materials. Sterling Athletic Sound rubber acoustic tiles control audible sound transmissions and keep neighboring residents satisfied.
These all-in-one fitness floor tiles are performance-engineered to control vibrations, minimize low-frequency impact noise, and reduce the transmission of audible structure-borne sound.
This products ships from the Northeast.
For regular cleaning damp mop with hot water and a neutral Ph cleaner, such as Taski Profi.Shipping
Ships via freight delivery, shrink wrapped on pallets.
This Product Ships Freight Only.
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NOTE: This item is a custom order and is not returnable.
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|SF per Item||4.00|
|Packaging||Shrink Wrapped on Pallets|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||70|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Hardness||Shore A 60|
|Surface Finish||Smooth flat|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Interlocking, glue together|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year limited|
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The flooring works. I would spend the money again in a heartbeat. We'd literally take the 70 pound kettle bell and chuck it in the air and throw it across the room as high as you can get it - and it absorbs all of that sound. The kettle bell, you drop it, and it's very distinguished. Then you take and a you chuck it onto the mat and it's almost nothing.
Our games athlete, Tommy Vinas, can clean and jerk over 400 pounds and that drops from a push press position over his head directly onto the floor, and we have no complaints. It saved our business. It was worth every penny of the investment.
'For the sound test, we used a barbell that weighed 125 pounds, and we dropped it from an overhead position, a shoulder rack position, and the waist position - all three real common, where they would be dropping from. The difference between our old floor and the Sterling mats was like day and night.
All our people really like it. It's a lot more forgiving on the joints, and the noise difference is amazing. The rule around here is the barbells stay on the Sterling mats.