The REHAU Sprung Floor system is used for impact resilient floors, which are predominantly used for physical activities, such as sports halls, dance studios, leisure centres, squash courts etc. To achieve the best performance from the system, it is recommended to use a high quality flooring system, e.g. Junckers Bluebat Sports Floor System (batten size 48x50mm).
When installing the REHAU Sprung Floor system in a room which is required for a multitude of uses, the installation must be carefully assessed as the required design temperatures of 20°C to 21°C can result in extended response times.
The underfloor heating pipes are not fixed in any way to the sprung floor structure. This ensures the unique performance characteristics of the sprung floor are preserved. It also means that the benefits of a REHAU underfloor heating system can be enjoyed without having to compromise on the sprung floor effects.
Each underfloor heating circuit is laid in the double meander pattern with all heating circuits installed parallel to each other. This simplifies the hydraulic fine-tuning of the complete system during commissioning.
The REHAU Sprung Floor system utilises a matrix of REHAU RAUTHERM Universal pipe 20mm x 1.9mm within an air chamber formed between the floor surface, the flooring joists and the insulation layer beneath the pipes.
Due to the construction of the REHAU Sprung Floor system, it is possible to use it with other raised sports floor systems.