- Features and Benefits
This non-laminated molded tile provides superior vibration absorption and unparalleled noise reduction properties. The grid back design on the 1” tile has been engineered to provide increased stability for cardio and weight equipment. The 1 ½” tiles provide additional sound reduction for free weight areas. Our self-aligning dowel interlocking system is installed without adhesives and can even be installed over existing rubber flooring. Stride Fitness Tiles are available in a full range of standard colors and custom colors are available upon request, with low minimum quantities required.
*Note 1.5” ” tile not recommended under cardio equipment
** Note: We require a minimum of 24 tiles per colour (Amber/Citrine/Ruby/Emerald/Topza). No need for black
|Full tile 1”||2’ x 2’||18lbs|
|Full tile 1.5”||2’ x 2’||24lbs|
|Half Tile 1”||1’ x 2’||9lbs|
|Half Tile 1.5”||1’ x 2’||12lbs|
|Edge 1"||36" x 4"||4lbs|
|Edge 1.5"||19.5" x 6"||4lbs|
|Corner (Inside or Outside) 1.5"||9¾" x 6"||8lbs|
Half Tiles Options:
- Sound and impact absorbing
- No-Glue Interlock system
- Stain resistant
- Qualifies for LEED credits
- FloorScore® Certified for Indoor Air Quality
VULCANIZED FLOORING VS. POLYURETHANE FLOORING
Discover the Unmatched Excellence of Vulcanized Rubber Flooring for Elite Gyms and Sports Facilities
|Vulcanized Products||Urethane Bound Products|
|Durability||Hard wearing and durable||With heavy/continuous use product deteriorates|
|Porosity||Does not absorb liquid||Liquids (water, perspiration, sport drinks) absorb into pores between rubber particles|
|Finish/Sealers||Not required||Required to close pores from absorbing liquids|
|Maintenance||Smooth top surface makes mopping/cleaning easy||Rough/porous top makes cleaning more difficult - mops 'stick' to it|
|Cleanliness||Does not harbour bacteria||Porous surface allows bacteria to penetrate and spread|
- Vulcanized rubber flooring is highly durable and dense with a strong bond between fine crumb rubber particles.
- It's non-porous, resisting moisture absorption from ice, drinks, cleaning liquids, and perspiration.
- Unlike polyurethane rubber, it's up to 20 times less absorbent, making maintenance easier as liquids stay on the surface.
- Its non-porous nature inhibits bacterial growth, reducing the risk of infections.
- Third-party testing confirms vulcanized rubber flooring eliminates 99.5% of microbial build-up with simple cleaning.
Vulcanized rubber gym flooring offers a multitude of benefits for your gym. Its superior durability makes it ideal for high-traffic areas and heavy-duty workouts, including weightlifting and cardio exercises. This resilience stems from the vulcanization process, which enhances the strength and elasticity of the rubber.
Vulcanized rubber flooring provides an excellent grip and stable surface, reducing the risk of slips and falls during workouts, contributing to a safer exercise environment. Its high-density structure also ensures excellent impact absorption, protecting your gym's subfloors from damage due to dropped weights.
This type of flooring is resistant to moisture and easy to clean, making gym maintenance simpler. It's also available in various colours and patterns, allowing you to customize your gym's aesthetic.
Our gym flooring is made from vulcanized virgin rubber. It is recycled and making it an eco-friendly choice for your gym.
Foam and rubber gym flooring tiles cater to different fitness needs. Foam tiles, with their softness, are ideal for floor exercises like sit-ups and planks, or for creating safe play areas for children. However, if you plan to install cardio or strength training equipment such as treadmills, weight machines, dumbbells, barbells, or squat racks, we highly recommend our Stamina gym flooring. Its durability and stability provide the perfect lifting surface for exercises like deadlifts, squats, and bench presses. Additionally, rubber gym flooring offers a stable base for cardio and strength machines, ensuring they remain sturdy and don't leave imprints on the floor beneath, no matter how much weight is applied. This ensures that your underlying floor is always protected.
To figure out the amount of Gym Flooring you'll need, simply measure the length and width of your desired gym area. This calculation will give you the floor coverage area. Please also consider factors such as your existing floor type, room shape, room temperature, and even provide cost-effective layout suggestions.