London Sports Floor

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A Class A4 area elastic sports floor system incorporating elastic beams which support a counter floor and load distribution panel to accommodate a range of synthetic finishes including sport vinyl, sport linoleum and sport rubber. Can be packed and levelled to take out variations in the sub floor.

The structure of the London incorporating elastic beams provides a stable base for a choice of playing surfaces and allows for underfloor heating to be incorporated between the beams.

Given it can be packed and levelled off a structural slab the requirement for a levelling screed is avoided.

With a range of synthetic surface finishes it is ideal for both sport and non-sport activities.

Platform Compatible Version Certified to
IFC IFC 2X3 2 1.3
Revit Revit 2016 + 3 2.0

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Properties and values

COBie
NBS_General
NBS_Data
BallRebound
≥90%
BondingAndJointingAdhesive
n/a
Certification
Sport England compliant: Class A4 (to BS EN 14904)
Fasteners
n/a
FloatingSubfloor
n/a
Flooring
n/a
PerimeterSeals
Ridged strip around perimeter
ResilientLayer
0.03 mm polyethylene noise reduction layer
RollingLoad
1500 N
SamplesRequired
n/a
SecondarySupportsOrSpacers
15 mm plywood elastic beam with integral 10 mm shock pads
ShockAbsorption
55% <>
SlipResistance
80-110
SubfloorPreparationLayer
n/a
SystemAccessories
n/a
SystemAccessoryOptions
Apparatus covers and frames, threshold strips, ramps, solid skirting, ventilated skirting, hockey skirting, sports line marking
ThermalInsulationBetweenBattens
n/a
Uniclass2015Description
Battened wood-based rigid sheet floating floor systems
Uniclass2015Reference
Ss_30_20_10_15
Uniclass2015Version
Systems v1.1
VapourControlLayer
0.3 mm Visqueen damp proof membrane
VerticalDeformation
2.3 mm <5.0>
Pset_CoveringCommon
Pset_CoveringFlooring

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What's Changed?

3/14/2017

Changes to reflect updates to the NBS BIM Object Standard v1.3

  • Removal of Uniclass2 property
  • Addition of Uniclass 2015 properties
  • Addition of COBie Category property value

Objects have also been updated to Revit 2015