EXF Fitness new flooring range designed to perform

Finding the balance between providing the best fitness flooring, meeting European standards, fire, acoustic and vibration regulation is difficult to do. These issues are never more important than in hotel and mixed-use developments, where the need is to provide great fitness facilities safely and as quietly as possible. However, the all-new EXF Performance Flooring range finally ticks all the boxes.

The range is EN certified, fire certificated, REACH compliant and tested for vibration and acoustic reduction. It is made using the best components, all recycled content comes from sources which are inspected and certified to ensure quality and consistency. With formulas created by respected industry experts, the rubber floorings have been tested to ensure the very best flooring performance and safety.

Charles Burch, Managing Director at EXF Fitness, said: “We have worked hard over the past five years to find the very best responsibly-sourced rubber in Europe, and have finally developed a range we are extremely proud to put our name to. The acoustic and vibration absorption of the products and underlay are outstanding.”

The EXF Performance Flooring ranges, Freedom, Function and Strength, consist of rubber rolls and tiles. The ranges come in a variety of thicknesses and a spectrum of standard and bespoke colours. Inlayed designs and branding can also be accommodated to allow you to make the flooring truly unique.

Alongside the roll and tile products, the range also includes EXF Agility, a hardwearing artificial turf ideal for track and sled training. EXF Control underlay products ensure the perfect foundation delivering the ultimate flooring solutions for any fitness facility. Even before the official launch orders are being placed, it is set to become the new industry favourite.

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