The performance of a “DIN Certified” hardwood court 8 years after installation.
Have you ever wondered how a hardwood sport surface will perform after 10, 20 or 30 years? That has been a topic of interest within
Sports Surface Testing 106: Rolling Load
This article provides owners and architects with a review of the Rolling Load testing that is included in EN 14904, as well as the legacy
ASTM to Publish Standard Method for Vertical Deformation and Area Deflection (F3248)
In November 2017, the Standard Method for Determining Vertical Deformation and Area Deflection of Area Elastic, Point Elastic, Combined Elastic and Mixed Elastic Sport and
6 Questions to consider when including friction levels in specifications.
I recently posted an article on friction/traction and there are at least 2 additional technical articles planned on that topic. I decided to write one
Sports Surface Testing: An Introduction to Friction and Traction
If you’ve ever seen a sport surface specification, chances are that you’ve seen a line item in that specification for ‘Friction’, or ‘Surface Effect,’ or
A review of standards used to specify Indoor Sport Surfaces in North America
Note: In a recent article, a colleague commented that current test standards should be used in specifications. I developed this as a general overview of