ELASTICITY EXPLAINED

Four main types of elastic floor

According to the EN14904 standards for indoor sports, there is a requirement for some impact absorption and deflection when playing multiple sports on a sports surface. This allows for player comfort, reduces the risk of injury and ensures consistency in the sporting performance.

There are a variety of ways to incorporate elasticity into a sports floor. Each is preferred by different sports and specific competition standards. TVS has systems for all 4 elasticity types and can tailor each project’s surface to suit their individual sporting, budgetary and performance requirements.

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sports surfaces elasticity explained
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CASE STUDIES

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