Sports, Safety & Aesthetic Rubber Flooring

Gym Rubber Flooring UAE


M.V. Rubbers offers resilient gym rubber flooring. Imported from Europe, high standard and robust flooring with 82% black SBR and 18% EPDM flecks offer great flooring for heavy duty gym applications where heavy weight loads and dumbbell falls are usual  

Technical Data

Applications: Gyms, indoor and outdoor applications, anti slip, anti static and provide shock absorbency
Material: recycled SBR rubber granules 82% mixed with 18% colored EPDM flecks
Color: available in red, green, blue and grey EPDM flecks/dots
Thickness: available in standard 8mm thickness
Dimensions: 1m x 10m rolls
Top Design: Plain top

Gym Rubber Rolls

EPDM FlecksColor Range

Advantages of Gym Flooring

Rubber flooring is a type of resilient flooring, and therein lays its most clear advantages. Gym Rubber flooring provides a durable, easy-to-clean surface that's suitable for hard-wearing environments. Here are some precise advantages of rubber tile flooring: 

Durability: Possibly the most commonly touted benefit of rubber flooring is the fact that it is strong, tough, and resilient under a variety of conditions. Depending on the type of tile used and the environment it is installed in, a properly cared for rubber floor may last 20 or more years.

Easy maintenance: Rubber flooring can be very easy to take care of. Synthetic rubber flooring is generally more stain-resistant than natural rubber. Some types can be polished with a water-soluble wax to make it more resistant to damage and discoloration, but wax must be stripped and reapplied periodically, creating its own maintenance needs.

Softness: Regardless of its sturdiness, rubber flooring is soft underfoot. This is one of main reasons it's so popular for exercise rooms and playrooms. In general, the thicker the flooring, the softer it is. Some types of rubber flooring have added cushion from fabric, cork, or foam-rubber backing.

Water-resistant: The majority of rubber flooring is highly resistant to damage from damp on both the top and bottom surfaces of the material. However; if you are installing it below grade, such as in a basement, you may need to include a vapor barrier to prevent moisture from seeping up from underneath. Some rubber floor tiles also come specially treated to make them suitable for wet environments.

Quiet: The suppleness of rubber flooring makes it very quiet to walk on. Heels don't click and dropped objects do not clank and clatter, like they do on most hard-surface floors.