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Harlequin Reversible Performance Vinyl Floors

Harlequin Reversible Performance Vinyl Floors

Harlequin Floors (British Harlequin plc)

Harlequin Reversible is the original double-sided vinyl performance floor. It is a versatile, lightweight and durable calendared vinyl with a slip-resistant performance surface on both sides. Harlequin Reversible is suitable for use in theatres, concerts, display, exhibitions, television, aerobics and for many genres of dance including ballet, contemporary, percussive dance (flamenco, Irish and tap) hip-hop, jazz, street and Zumba
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LigaTurf Next

LigaTurf Next

Polytan Sports Surfaces (UK) Ltd.

LigaTurf Next is a cutting-edge synthetic turf designed for professional football. It offers exceptional performance with straight monofilaments, delivering rotational resistance, shock absorption, and ball play characteristics. Its innovative technology ensures softness, and the wide BiColour fibers provide a natural appearance suitable for televised broadcasts. It's ideal for stadiums and complies with FIFA Quality or FIFA Quality Pro standards.
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Harlequin Marine Performance Vinyl Surface

Harlequin Marine Performance Vinyl Surface

Harlequin Floors (British Harlequin plc)

Harlequin Marine is a hard-wearing, homogeneous vinyl dance floor which conforms to International Marine Organization (IMO) standards and fire ratings and is widely installed on cruise liners. It is fire resistant, with a slightly marbled surface. Usage: Harlequin Marine is widely used as a stage surface on ships but is also suitable for multi-purpose use including concerts, television, theatre, operatic performances and various dance types including percussive (flamenco, Irish and tap).
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Sound attenuation with laminated safety glass.

Sound attenuation with laminated safety glass.

Kuraray – Trosifol® - SentryGlas®

Sound attenuation with laminated safety glass In densely populated areas, noise is almost omnipresent: from traffic on the road, on rail and overhead in the air. Noise is also caused by production plants and construction on buildings and bridges. Even music from radios and concert halls or blaring television sets can often be annoying and even cause illness. It is only when we take a walk in the mountains or through a peaceful forest on the weekend or on holiday that we notice just how much we are normally exposed to noise.

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