Fitflex 5 mm Maple Full Roll
Fitflex Vinyl Gym Flooring Roll, Maple Wood Grain Vinyl Floor
Top Features for Fitflex 5 mm Maple Full Roll
- Synthetic multi-purpose gym flooring
- Low maintenance, never needs sanding or refinishing
- Available in wood grain maple
- Closed cell vinyl foam backing
- Made with recycled pre-consumer material
- Multipurpose vinyl rolled flooring
- 7 year limited warranty
Health and Fitness Centers, Sports and Recreational Facilities, Gymnasiums, Basketball Courts, Yoga Studios, Cafeterias, Schools
Our all new Fitflex vinyl gym floor is a multipurpose rolled vinyl flooring with a realistic maple wood grain look.
Greatmats offers Fitflex 5 mm vinyl flooring rolls used for an variety of sports flooring.
Fitflex comes in a realistic wood look with benefits of a synthetic multipurpose gym floor. Low maintenance costs - never needs sanding or refinishing. Economical sports flooring is a great solution for gymnasiums, cafeterias and fitness studios for Aerobics, Zumba, Yoga, Martial Arts
Available by the full roll Fitflex and has a high density foam backing, inner layers consists of closed cell vinyl foam and glass fiber reinforcement for dimensional stability.
Multipurpose floor covering meeting the requirements of ASTM F 1303 Standard Specification for Sheet Vinyl Floor Covering With Backing.
Backing - Closed-Cell Vinyl Foam, Reinforced with Non-Woven Fiberglass for Dimensional Stability
IEQ Credit 4.1: 1 point
MR Credit 4: 1-2 points
Recycled Content - Pre-Consumer: 22%
Fitflex is a registered trademark of Mats Inc.
7 year limited manufacturer warranty.
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|SF per Item||440.19|
|Packaging||Shrink Wrapped on Pallets|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||6|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Surface Design||Wood Grain|
|Installation Method||Glue down|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||7 year limited|
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