Maple Wood Squash Court Flooring

Maple Wood Squash Court Flooring


Size 40x40inch, 45x45inch, 50x50inch
Type Squash Court Flooring
Material Hemlock Wood
Thickness 0-3mm, 3-5mm
Application Interior Use
Color Brown
Pattern Plain

We have gained expertise in delivering a quality range of Maple Wood Squash Court Flooring. Our range can be availed by clients in both two as well as four panel back wall systems. The high-grade timber used for flooring. Easy installation Solid wood employed In sync with global quality standards and is WSF Approved. We also install & supply World Squash Federation approved and indigenously developed squash court.More features of products supplied by us are as follows:Squash Court Glass Back Wall Hard plaster treatment for walls Wooden floor Ceiling & sound boards.Squash Court Maple Wood Flooring Technical Information of Squash Court: Apex Sports Surface India Air Cush Wooden Sports Flooring: Surface Board :- Made of Kiln Seasoned (moisture contain of approximately 14% at the time time of dispatch), Treated Maple Wood finished with 21 mm thick, 57 to 83 mm wide and in random length in tongue and groove shape. The edges of the boards will have a finger lock groove and the bottom side with air pass groove and treated with special anti-termite and water resistant lacquer. Maple wood is the hardest of hard woods and is the recommended wood for squash court. All major tournaments are played on Maple Wood Floor only The Under Frame :- Made of commercial quality pine wood runners of 70 mm x 45 mm,treated with anti-termite solution and fixed on the bottom side with 19 mm thick air cushioned pads, stappled through the two wings at 300 mm x 300 mm Installation :- IPS subfloor treated with a vapour barier to be placed on the leveled IPS sub-floor before laying the under frame. The runners having air cushion pads to be placed on the vapour barier in perfect level at 350 mm in 1 direction. The surface board to be screwed to the runner through the tongue only and will lock the screwed tongue by the groove of adjoining board. Ends of the boards will be locked by inserting the wooden fingers through the edge grooves and fixed with suitable adhesive.

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