Bona launches new range of sport floor treatments

Bona’s range of solutions continues to grow. From national top leagues and enduring multisport halls to engineered wood basketball courts and resilient handball surfaces – Bona SuperSport beats industry requirements and exceeds expectations. Bona are proud to introduce a system


of premium sport floor finishes including one that allows players back on floors in just 24 hours! The new Bona SuperSport system comprises a compatible range of top-coats and primers for wood, resilient sport and multi-use floors, plus vibrant line marking paints and surface cleaners. With the Bona SuperSport System, there’s no need for compromise in terms of style or visual impact on wood or resilient flooring. Bona offers a wide range of vibrant, mixable colours to help you achieve a wide array of visual expressions. New SuperSport HD is a premium, two-component waterborne wood floor lacquer, designed to provide a highly durable coating for busy sport or multi-use floors. The

reat games come from great performance. With a long track record in sports floor treatment,

FIBA and GREENGUARD certified formulation is ideal for use as part of a Bona Silver Maintenance Programme, which avoids ever having to sand the surface back to bare wood, and thereby saving expensive downtime. Floors treated with Bona SuperSport HD can be put back into use in just 24 hours! For newly sanded, sport-specific

wood floors, choose new Bona SuperSport One. This tough, one-component formulation also carries the FIBA and GREENGUARD certifications. For resilient sports surfaces Bona offers SuperSport Pure HD, a new topcoat that restores surface friction and allows players back on the floor in just 24 hours. The new SuperSport range also includes a fast-drying line marking paint, available in 10 vibrant colours; and two highly effective cleaners for use on both wood and resilient surfaces. Choose SuperSport Cleaner for daily cleaning and SuperSport Deep Cleaner for the periodic removal of scuff marks and to de-grease the surface. High-impact force and heavy traffic are all part of the game for sports floors. Durability and special care protective coatings are vital to ensure their competitive edge. FIBA is the world governing body for basketball whose objective is to achieve a high standard of quality, safety and

technology for the athletes and public involved in the sport. Bona is proud to be a FIBA Equipment & Venue partner and approved supplier of finishes and maintenance products for wooden sports floors. The products’ GREENGUARD certification proves they are very low chemical emission products, whose use will contribute towards the interior air quality of the facilities where they are specified. Technical Manager at Bona, Alec Stacey,

said: “With our new Bona SuperSport system, we are offering flooring contractors, facility managers and owners of wood and resilient sports and multi-use floors a total system of finishes, paints and cleaners. All are safe and easy to use and designed to reduce downtime and get users back on the floor fast. The Bona SuperSport System is developed with the contractror in mind. From primers and finishes to paints and cleaners, everything is developed with full compatibility in mind, to ensure the best results in minimal time. A sports floor places very specific demands on paints and finishes. Unlike ordinary wooden floors, sports floors are subject to intense impact, movement and flexing due to the tempo of modern sports. The Bona SuperSport System offers practical solutions for high demanding sports surfaces”



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