Omnisports HPL Flooring System
ASTM F2772 – CLASS
The High Point Load Flooring System
Omnisports HPL is a vinyl flooring surface with a high density rubber underlayment. It provides exceptional resistance to static loads for use under bleachers and other heavy equipment.
Omnisports HPL is an ideal solution for a wide range of applications, including:
The standard specification for athletic performance properties of indoor sports floor systems.
FORCE REDUCTION CATEGORY
If you’re looking to install the best synthetic flooring on the market at your facility, contact the sports flooring experts at Advantage Sport today to get started.
Advantage Sport has been at the forefront of the Canadian sports flooring industry for over 40 years. We are Canada’s exclusive distributor of Omnisports by Tarkett Sports Indoor.
Tarkett Sports products are known for their high performance, durability, safety, and ease of maintenance.
This partnership allows us to offer our customers innovative and industry-leading multifunctional sports flooring solutions.
Features & Benefits of Omnisports HPL
Unlike textured surfaces that make maintenance difficult, Omnisports Active+ provides a smooth surface to ensure easy cleaning.
Omnisports HPL utilizes a TopCleanXP surface treatment to protects against scratches and aids the removal of sole marks.
Omnisports HPL comes with a 15-year wear layer and product defect coverage.
About Omnisports Flooring
The Omnisports flooring line aims to always be relevant and has therefore been modified to better cover the range of classification categories as determined by the ASTM F2772 standard. Their names have evolved, and material enhancements were established to provide the best technology and performance on the market.
The ASTM F2772 standard classifies degrees of force reduction (also called “shock absorption”) into five categories, to aid in determining the most appropriate level of force reduction depending on the specific sports and activities concerned.
The classification ranges from class 1 to class 5, with 5 being the highest level of shock absorption. You can learn more about these classifications on our Sports Flooring 101 page.
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