The best of both worlds unite.
Pulastic Elite Comfort 90 is a a dual layer system that combines the best of both worlds, synthetic surface and a wood subfloor, to produce a highly resilient floor with a durable, colorful, seamless surface.
- Added resiliency provides comfort and protection to reduce the risk of athletic injury
- Seamless, non-porous and smooth surface for easy maintenance, repair and the ability to be resurfaced
- Contains recycled content and renewable raw materials
- Durable subfloor design and construction means long lifespan and low life-cycle costs
- Water based finish virtually eliminating VOC content
- Outstanding mechanical strength and outstanding wear resistance for minimum life-cycle cost and maximum usability
- Outstanding ball bounce
- Wide color selection
Floor System Technology
From The Robbins Institute
Zero/G Shockpad is the ultimate in vibration control and features an open cell foam technology that prevents pad compression to ensure consistent floor performance after years of continuous use. Zero/G Shockpad works well in areas that are prone to natural water disasters and is designed to absorb and contain water to one area of the floor during a disaster. It also has a built in anti-bacterial additive to prevent fungus growth from exposure to moisture.
Color Matched Resin
Unlike other padded polyurethane floor systems, the resin in a Pulastic system is Color Matched to the topcoat color. The extra step that is taken in a Pulastic system allows for normal wear and tear like scratches and dents to be less noticeable, allowing the floor to maintain its beautiful appearance even longer.
Robbins Floating synthetic floor systems are not glued to the substrate below. Floating systems can be installed without shotblasting the concrete substrate. The ease of installing a Floating synthetic system is an economical solution that is easier and faster to install.
Continuous Subfloor technology creates a consistent and uniform playing surface that is ideal for facilities that have heavy equipment or loads that could impact the floor. A Continuous Subfloor minimizes the risk of damage to the floor surface and subfloor under exposure to excessive weight.