Woodflex 8 mm Maple Wood Grain - Full Roll
Woodflex 8 mm Per Full Roll, Maple Wood Grain
Top Features for Woodflex 8 mm Maple Wood Grain - Full Roll
- Synthetic flooring features hygienic, antibacterial properties
- Low maintenance, never needs sanding or refinishing
- Available in wood grain maple
- Closed cell foam backing
- Excellent shock absorbtion
- Versatile multipurpose vinyl rolled flooring
- 15 year limited warranty
Gym Flooring, Daycare Centers, Fitness Facilities, Hotels, Assembly Halls.
Woodflex 8mm multipurpose rolled flooring is available by the full roll.
Greatmats offers Woodflex 8mm vinyl flooring rolls for gym floors, fitness centers, and multipurpose rooms. Woodflex is available in wood grain maple.
This durable rolled flooring provides excellent shock absorbency and protects athletes from injury. Extremely hygienic; non-porous surface has bactericidal and fungicidal treatment.
This rolled flooring offers a realistic wood look with the benefits of a synthetic multipurpose gym floor; hygienic, antibacterial properties. The UV-cured PUR reinforced Tech Surface with embedded mircronized aluminum oxide is not a finish so it won't wear down. Low maintenance costs - never needs sanding or refinishing.
Available by the full roll, this high performance vinyl rolled flooring features a backing of closed-cell vinyl foam that is reinforced with non-woven fiberglass for dimensional stability.
Each roll is 6 feet 7 inches wide by 49 feet 2 inches in length.
15 year limited manufacturer warranty.
Woodflex is a registered trademark of Mats Inc.
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|SF per Item||323.50|
|Packaging||Shrink Wrapped on Pallets|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||6|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Surface Finish||Wood Grain|
|Surface Design||Wood Grain|
|Installation Method||Glue down|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||15 year limited|
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