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DanzAire® Wood Sprung Floor

DanzAire® by Robbins brings performance and quality to the highest level possible in a dance floor. The DanzAire floor system is a premium SPRUNG DANCE FLOOR that has a patented design to maximize comfort and reduce dancer fatigue through uniformity and vibration control. The proprietary laminated panels provide a uniform sprung subfloor that eliminates excessive rebound, aka “trampoline effect”, while also preventing “hard & soft spots”. The durable solid Maple hardwood surface provides added strength to withstand the daily use of dancers and performances. The results of this outstanding floor design allows performers of all levels to concentrate on their art, not the fear of falling or potential injury.

DANCE FLOOR TYPE:
Sprung Floor: Anchored

FLOOR SURFACE:
Northern Hard Maple Flooring
*Also available in Vinyl

FLOOR SYSTEM THICKNESS:
2 15/16” (75mm)
Note: System can be easily modified to achieve a different height

APPLICATIONS:
Premium Sprung Dance Floor for Ballet, Contemporary, Modern, Classical, Ballroom, Hip Hop, Swing, Jazz, Theatrical, Multipurpose

FEATURES

  • Durable Hardwood Performance Surface: Specially Profiled Solid Hardwood surface that is recoatable & refinishable, and custom designed to increase flexibility and resilience for dancer safety.
  • Load distribution deflection plate: Delivers vitally important foot stability.
  • Patented Sprung Subfloor Design: A Proprietary design with Specially formulated cushion layer that provides outstanding Uniformity of performance.
    • Balanced Shock Absorption & Energy Return for Enhanced performance and longevity.
    • Vibration Tuning and Damping – Controls acoustic and sensory vibration.
    • Anchor Pattern facilitates uniformity of all performance characteristics.
      *FSC® Materials Available for Purchase

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DANZAIRE has been tested per the ANSI E1.26 Standard