Raising the Game: Reviewing ASTM F2772 for Indoor Sports Flooring Systems Specification
Today’s athletes require sports flooring that can hold up to the rigors of use while also providing optimal ergonomics and safety. The ASTM F2772 is the only material testing method recognized in the United States by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) for indoor sports flooring. Reviewing this standard for the specification of indoor sports floor systems can help architects, contractors and designers make appropriate specification decisions for their facilities.
To ensure that surface materials meet the criteria to be classified in one of the five classes of sports floors (Class I-Class V), the ASTM F2772 test standard measures four characteristics of performance, including Force Reduction, Ball Rebound, Surface Finish Effect, and Vertical Deformation.
Ecore Products that Pass ASTM F2772
Baller Motivate Class I
Baller features realistic court visuals that can be combined with the solid Baller colors to create court accents and borders. Baller Motivate Class I provides an average force reduction of 12.1%.View Product
Baller Rally Class II
Baller features realistic court visuals that can be combined with the solid Baller colors to create court accents and borders. Baller Rally Class II provides an average force reduction of 26.9%.View Product
Bounce 2 Motivate Class I
Bounce 2 offers 4 different wood visuals that are suitable for courts, multi-purpose rooms, and fitness rooms. Bounce 2 Motivate Class I provides an average force reduction of 11.9%View Product