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  • 产品名称: SG-06
  • Number: 06
  • Added time: 2015-01-10
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Sports performance

Sports surfaces undergo a complex reaction when subjected to dynamic loading. The desired components of the interaction are deformation under load, the ability to absorb impact, and the energy restitution of the impact, i.e. the amount of energy returned to a sports-person from the surface on which he/she is performing. The ability of a surface to absorb an impact is an important safety feature of a sports surface. Values specified are, therefore, inevitable a compromise between these fundamental characteristics. Sports surfaces react differently under different temperatures and strain rates; they become harder at low temperatures and softer at high temperatures.

An important requirement for safety and sports performance is for there to be sufficient grip between the footwear of the athlete and the sports surface. Insufficient grip can result in the athlete slipping on the surface; too much grip can place unacceptable stress on joints and muscle ligaments.

Shock absorption (KA)
Shock Absorption or Force Reduction is the ability of a sports floor to absorb the shock of an impact. In this test, the athlete must not be exposed to more than 47% of the impact when compared to a non-resilient floor. When tested by the method described in EN 14808, carrying out a minimum of four tests plus one test for every 500 sqm of area, the mean force reduction shall be between 25% and 75% and no individual result shall differ from the mean by more than ± 5 units.

Standard Deformation (StVv)
The Standard Deformation or Resilience defines the vertical deflection of the sports floor under load. The minimum deflection required by the test is 2.3mm (but no more than 5mm).

Ball Rebound (BR)
Defines the height in % terms a basketball bounces on an area-elastic sports floor, when compared to the ball rebound on a non-resilient floor. The ball rebound must be at least 90%. When tested by the method described in EN 12235 using a basketball, carrying out a minimum of four tests plus one test for every 500sqm of area, the mean relative rebound height shall be ≥ 90% of the rebound height on concrete and no individual result shall differ from the mean by more than ± 3 units.

Friction (GV)
The friction test determines the properties of a sports floor surface, with regard to quick turns by the athlete and the prevention of uncontrolled sliding. When tested by the method described in EN 13036-4 using CEN rubber under dry conditions at a temperature of (23±2) Celsius degree, the mean of the Pendulum Test Value shall be between 80 and 110 and no individual test result shall differ from the mean by more than four units.

Rolling Load (VRL)
This test shows the ability of an area-elastic sports floor to withstand loads from seating areas/bleachers, portable basketball goals or transportation carts for aerobic mats. Minimum requirement: the sports flooring should withstand a load per axle of 1500N without damage

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