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WoodSpring basket weave sprung floating dance floor with engineered wood 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.
Harlequin WoodSpring is a permanently installed sprung floor system. It is a modern update of the traditional 'basket weave' construction. It is a counterbatten configuration comprising at least three layers of highly flexible softwood battens, arranged at right angles.
The intermediate layer acts as a spring to the top layer, which is laid at the centre of the span formed by the intermediate layer over the bottom layer. Theoretically the more intermediate layers incorporated in a basket weave floor the more flexible it becomes.
In the Harlequin WoodSpring system, shock absorption and energy return are enhanced by pads attached to the underside of the bottom layer. Onto this structure are installed two layers of flexible panels (typically plywood), which support the Harlequin dance floor.
Different surface options to consider:
Tested in accordance with DIN 18032–2:
Beech, Maple, Oak
K21/130 Battened wood floating floor
Dual density shock dampening elastomer blocks.
Triple layer of custom machined southern yellow pine, select WBP plywood and moisture-resistant, suspension board.
Two-ply engineered board with a hardwood wear layer.
24 kg/m² (without top finish).
Reaction to fire
Dfls1 (with oil tempered hardboard surface) to EN 13501.
To DIN 18032–2, 64%.
>1500 N (69 kg/cm²).
Category of use
Impact sound reduction
95.10 dBA (within room) (Lw).
BREEAM compliant Formaldehyde E1 Class/ Level <0.10 mg/m³.
Batten Build up.
924 kN (188 kg/cm²) maximum point load.
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
Guide To Dance Floors
White Paper Harlequin Specifying Dance Floors
Harlequin Engineered Beech Hardwood
Harlequin Engineered Maple Hardwood
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