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This 24-by-24-by-1-inch modular tile offers enhanced shock absorption against impact in moderate to extreme weight drop applications.
Falls and fall-related injuries are major issues in commercial and athletic flooring environments. Our resilient flooring products utilize Vulcanized Composition Rubber to create a high coefficient of friction for slip resistance, helping to reduce the risk of falls and related injuries. Our products promote performance and help keep people safe.
Le Sole surfaces provide critical ergonomic support in the form of force reduction and energy restitution. For any body in motion, that means reducing stress on joints while returning positive energy back into the body. A supportive floor can help reduce pain and fatigue, increase productivity, and lower claims and treatments, helping you manage insurance rates in the long run.
A falling object, like a foot or weight, has energy. When the object hits the floor, that kinetic energy gets distributed to many places: back to the object (bounce), into the room (impact sound), to the room below (impact sound), to the floor (heat). Our products are all about managing where that energy goes. As it relates to acoustics, Le Sole flooring helps manage the impact sound in the room where the object hits and in adjacent rooms, including the rooms below.
Falling objects transfer energy to the floor. Falling objects could include dumbbells, footsteps, battle ropes, and treadmill footfall.
Manage impact sounds.
1 Inch Raised Shock Absorbers provides unique solutions that significantly reduce transmitted impact noise while also providing the safety and ergonomic performance necessary for a wide range of uses.
1 Inch Raised Shock Absorbers make a big difference. Our shock absorbers provide critical Ergonomic support in the form of Force Reduction and Energy Restitution.
We study the 3 phases of footfall to ensure our products provide ergonomic support and mitigate injury.
In more than 43% of these cases involved injuries to the ankle or foot.
In 2007, 626,000 lost workdays attributed to MSDs were reported to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. These disorders accounted for $1 of every $3 spent for workers' compensation that year.
1 Inch Raised Shock Absorbers have been tested for G-Max using the Clegg Machine protocol. A conventional mathematical formula is often used to convert Clegg test results to a ASTM F355 result for comparison purposes.
1" (25.4mm) x 24" (0.61m) x 24" (0.61m)
Total Product Thickness: 1" (25.4mm)