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Warranty24 Months on material and workmanship.
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The bond between the carpet and foam is critical. Floors should not be glued, this is an unsatisfactory method of bonding. During manufacturing of the products described below, the foam liquefies and in the cooling process, the carpet and foam substrates actually become one piece, creating a permanent, virtually indestructible bond.
Carpeted Foam Benefits
Benefits of heat bonding over loose carpet and foam are considerable. Carpet wrinkling, twisting and shifting are eliminated while durability is greatly increased. Wear and tear on foam is greatly reduced. Bonding makes foam stronger, it dissipates landing impact and produces a much faster responding floor. These products do not shrink or harden over time.
Carpet Bonded Foam (CBF is sometimes referred to as Foam Backed Carpet - or Carpeted Crosslink.)
This is a carpet laminated to trocellen foam making the top 2 layers one piece (see images). It is a remarkably durable product. Carpet Bonded Foam comes in 6' x 42' x a variety of thicknesses. Generally, for gym use, it is 1 3/8" or 2" thick. A 3/4" thickness is also available. It is used often in rhythmic gymnastics and for a safe covering of exposed concrete throughout the gym. These comes in a variety of colors -- all at the same price. To avoid surprises, make sure that velcro is included in your pricing. Velcro will come in either 2" or 4" widths depending on the manufacturer. Our pricing will always include the 4" Velcro with the purchase of (2) or more 42' rolls.
Strong Needle-Punch Carpet - This is the strongest carpet used anywhere in the industry, yet it is soft, with the touch of velour. The polyolefin fibers are not stringy and cannot be pulled out by velcro, a problem common to less expensive and lighter weight carpets. Similar products may look identical, but lighter weight 10–14 oz. carpets simply do not provide the quality, durability and performance of our tough 26 oz carpet. The carpet makes the floor.
Rollable Floors are generally cross-linked polyethylene foam. There are several types of this foam. The most highly sought for sports performance a trocellen sport foam. This is a sport foam renowned for the fact that it will absolutely not harden over time, while maintaining maximum shock absorption and resiliency. This is what we offer at The American Gym. It was introduced in 1972, and is renowned for its shock absorption, resiliency and fast response. It's proven to substantially outlast non cross-linked foam as its cell structure will not break down under repeated bending or compression. Other polyethylene foams may look and feel like ours, but without its unique chemical composition, they are unable to provide the shock absorption and resiliency that ours offers. This foam will not support growth of fungi or mold and does not emit dust or fibre products.
Ease of Use
It is a simple product to put down and take up. It can be done in minutes. To put down, you simply unroll the unit. The velcro that keeps it together in a roll is used to join the segments. Velcro grips the carpet surface itself. To take up, just remove the velcro, flip the foam, and roll it with the carpet to the outside. Roll on the velcro strip to secure the foam until next time.
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