Kodiak Sports Blog — rubber floors
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Yes - you should...but will you?
Gluing Rolled Rubber Flooring - The Basics: Understanding how rolled rubber is made is an important aspect of understanding when to glue the rubber down. Recycled rolled rubber flooring is made by mixing particles of rubber with a urethane binder (glue). Which means the rubber is NOT melted down or solid; like many people think. Rolled rubber has air pockets trapped in between the rubber and bind. These air pockets allow air/moisture to have an effect on the rubber flooring...similar to how moisture can expand and buckle a wood floor. Areas of high humidity or hydrostatic...
- Tags: Discount Rubber Flooring, double sided tape, Flooring, glue, Rolled Rubber Flooring, rubber flooring, rubber floors, taping seams
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CrossFit and 4' x 6' x 3/4" Rubber Floor Tiles Problem Overview: Many of our CrossFit Floooring customers struggle with understanding the different grades and qualities of rubber flooring tiles on the market. Many Crossfit customers tend gravitate to the least expensive animal grade matting from the local tractor/farm supply; only to find these cheap rubber mats dangerous; hard to clean, absorb blood, sweat, moisture, harbor staph and other dangerous bacteria within the pores and chip/break down easily under heavy/repeated impact. [caption id="attachment_129" align="alignnone" width="300"]
- Tags: Cross Fit Military Installations, crossfit, Flooring, gym mats, Interlocking Rubber Flooring Tiles, Rubber Flooring, rubber floors, rubber tiles, weight rooms