The Fitness Tiles Connect are highly durable and tough. The extremely dense top layer provides sufficient impact protection against the continuous dropping of heavy freeweights.Explore CONNECT TILES
The high impact absorbing recycled rubber fitness tiles are made and designed for any freeweight and/or functional areaExplore STANDARD TILES
These tiles are connected with a pen-hole system. They have to be laid half brick wise, using the pens on both sides of the tile.Explore OUTDOOR TILES
The sportsflooring puzzle tiles are manufactured from predominantly recycled black rubber crumb from truck tires, the coloured options have a mix percentage of new EPDM added to the mix.Explore PUZZLE TILES
The sportsflooring rolls are manufactured from predominantly recycled black rubber crumb from truck tires, the coloured options have a percentage of new EPDM added to the mix.Explore SPORTSFLOORING ROLLS
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The test rooms meet the requirements of ISO 10140-5
Both rooms are isolated for vibrations by using a so called room-in-room construction.
One of the most common complaints about fitness facilities, coming from both members as neighbours, is that sound and vibration travels further and more intense than people feel comfortable with.
Cautiously made decisions with regards to particularly your performance areas can play a pivotal role in the success of your business.
Here at Stockz we have worked hard to create the ideal solution for maximum sound reduction, whilst also making sure not to add unreasonable extra costs to this product.
All of our products were purposely engineered with a unique structured bottom which minimizes contact with the subfloor. Together with the tiles’ composition and construction it intercepts, absorbs and disperses sound and vibration.
Even though the thinner tiles may have a flat bottom, the ones we have tested still reach significant sound and impact vibration improvements.
In order to solidify our findings, we have partnered up with an acoustics laboratory accredited according NBN EN ISO 17025:2005, to execute a test for measurement of the reduction of impact noise by a floating floor system on a heavyweight standard floor.
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