ESFA Guidelines

UNDERSTANDING THE GUIDELINES FROM THE ESFA AND HOW TO SATISFY THEIR REQUIREMENTS

For a few years now the ESFA have communicated a baseline design. This specification has been open to discussion and certain manufacturers make claims about their involvement in writing the specifications. Here at Gerflor, we just wanted to make you aware of our offering when met with the Multi-Use flooring criteria in the ESFA guidelines. You can be sure that the below systems offer many benefits over more traditional area elastic systems.

  • Meets A3/A4 EN14904 requirement
  • Vinyl surface unsusceptible to water exposure as outlined in the guidelines
  • Low life cycle costs compared to unrealistic lifespan claims of other materials
  • Consistent grip and slide thanks to dedicated sports surface treatment which also eliminates skin burns
  • Numerous design options available
  • Complete flooring range for the entire scheme

TARAFLEX® AE'85

AE'85

TARAFLEX® AE'28

AE'85

Combines the benefits of a Taraflex® Surface with a sprung floor undercarriage system:

Triple Action Protecsol® Surface Treatment:

  • Prevents friction burns
  • Optimises foothold and slide to prevent injury and improve performance
  • Low maintenance – a ‘no polish for life’ surface

EN complaint: category A4 with 56% force reduction (AE 85) or A3 with 49% force reduction (AE 28)

Wide choice of colours and wood designs

2 sprung floor systems: choose the best solution to meet your technical needs

  • AE 28 for low profile / renovation projects
  • AE 85 for floors with uneven subfloors/new build projects

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