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Ultimately, shock absorbing P3 floorings are 12 mm thick with a foam layer and an IPI level of 88 per cent. P3 floorings comprising calendered PVC sheets reinforced with fibreglass grid also give outstanding stability. A P1 flooring with a double fibreglass grid offers greater resistance to indentation in multi-use locations. What’s more, sports floorings with built-in, easy-maintenance intelligent surface treatments provide a perfect


compromise between slide and grip when appropriate sports shoes are worn, and a lower risk of friction burns. Timber sports floorings are always popular for their traditional good looks. MFMA-certified Hard Maple is amongst the most robust timber sports flooring available, and when installed with an undercarriage system it provides a resilient, sprung floor with varied values of area elastic and shock absorbency. Today’s indoor sports floorings couple visual impact with advanced technology to provide the heightened performance and safety characteristics that modern sports environments demand. Attractive designs in PVC flooring, including wood effects, provide specifiers with the choice needed to create interiors that enhance their brand and image.


As the performance qualities required differ from sport to sport and venue-to- venue, the new generation of sports floorings is rising to the challenge of delivering ‘champion’ solutions.


Navjot Dhillon is marketing manager and Nick Egan is technical manager at Gerflor


Kährs extends its wood flooring portfolio with a new collection


Kährs has extended its wood flooring portfolio with a new collection of large format herringbone engineered wood designs, in styles described as ‘Modern Classic’. The designs are suitable for both residential and commercial applications. Kährs Herringbone Collection consists of seven wood floor designs, in a range of on-trend colours and calm and lively grades. The board size for each design is 600 x 120 x 11 mm, striking the perfect balance between showcasing a classic design, but with a modern aesthetic. Each design utilises an engineered construction with a T&G locking system, and up to 30 years warranty. Head of Kährs UK Projects, Chris Parker, commented: “In recent years, Herringbone pattern flooring has become increasingly popular for both residential and commercial projects. These designs have the power to transform a standard space into something quite exceptional and Kährs can now offer the A&D Community a new stunning large format Herringbone Collection, in addition to the popular existing patterned floors within the range. With a variety of in-vogue colours, the interior styles that can be achieved are limitless.”


023 9245 3045 www.kahrsflooring.com Harlequin floors are feline friendly on the set of ‘Cats’


Harlequin Floors, a global leader in advanced technology flooring for dance, performing arts, entertainment and events is delighted to have played a significant role on set for the recent production of the eagerly awaited film adaptation of Andrew-Lloyd Webber’s stage show ‘Cats’. Filmed at Warner Bros Studios in Leavesden, Hertfordshire, and featuring a star-studded cast of international singers, dancers and actors, the upcoming musical drama film is set to storm the box office when it is released on the 20th Over 550m2


December by Universal Pictures. of Harlequin Liberty panels were hired for the set giving the cast a safe sprung floor on which to


practice their lifts and jumps. The sprung dance floor panels were then covered in Harlequin Reversible Pro performance vinyl which helps prevent injury from slips and falls. Ballet barres and 15 mirrors were also bought from Harlequin to complete the professional dance environment in which the cast could train. Jamie Stirling ‘Technical Development Manager’ at Harlequin visited the set and oversaw the installation. He said “working on projects of this scale and prestige, which are often technically challenging, is a real privilege.”


01892 514888 www.harlequinfloors.com


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