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Activity fully sprung floating floor system for dance, with solid wood performance surface.
Ballet, contemporary, modern and theatrical use, aerobics, zumba, hip-hop, jazz, street, salsa, percussive including flamenco, Irish and tap, multi-purpose use, concerts and for operatic performances.
The Harlequin Activity sprung dance floor is a permanently installed sprung floor system, based on the well-established ‘triple sandwich’ construction originated by Harlequin over 30 years ago. It’s a fully-floating system with no fixings to the sub-floor and can be laid on any reasonably smooth and flat surface without prior preparation.
Features and benefits:
Tested in accordance with DIN 18032–2:
Solid hardwood top.
If installed by Harlequin.
K11/295 Floating floor system
K21/111 Wood floating floor
Vapour control layer
Polyethylene damp-proof membrane.
Cellular polyurethane with a dual layer semi-flexible suspension panel.
Solid hardwood, Beech.
Solid hardwood, Oak.
Solid hardwood, Mapel.
Consult Harlequin for options.
Unlimited, consult manufacturer and insert requirements.
Without top layer.
Reaction to fire
To EN 13501, Bfls1.
Category of use
Impact sound reduction
BREEAM compliant Formaldehyde E1 Class/ Level <0.10 mg/m³.
Colour wood and top surface, consult with manufacturer.
Maximum distributed load.
Maximum dynamic load.
To DIN 18032–2, >1,500 N.
To DIN 18032–2, 59.6%.
To DIN 18032–2, 3.8 mm.
To DIN 18032–2, 7.20%.
100% recycled high density polyether foam, plus wood product.
NBS BIM object standard
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Specifying Dance Floors - A Guide for Architects. This guide explains the differences between sports floors and dance floors as well as useful information for specifying for dance
Harlequin Activity permanently installed fully-floating sprung floor system
Guide To Dance Floors
White Paper Harlequin Specifying Dance Floors