Squash Flooring

SylvaSquash System

To meet the high demands made on squash court floors Junckers has developed the highly successful SylvaSquash system.

Given full accreditation by the SRA, England Squash and the WSF, the floor provides the player with the optimum playing surface in terms of shock absorption, resiliency, true and even ball response, light uniform colour and friction.

Extremely fast games such as squash need a surface with a high degree of friction. Junckers SylvaSquash is a solid Junckers 22mm thick Beech board of the Classic grade with a 45grit finish, which provides the high level of friction required by the sport.

An unsealed finish is the first recommendation by the SRA, England Squash and the WSF. However, SylvaSquash is also available with one coat of polyurethane seal factory applied as required. The Junckers BluBat and New Era systems are the preferred undercarriage systems for a squash floor.

Because Junckers SylvaSquash is manufactured in uniform lengths, every board end is fully supported by a batten. This eliminates the possibility of board end breakages, a common problem with other “random strip” floors.

Link to: Squash court markings

Accredited by England Squash, SRA and WSF
Uniform light coloured surface – easier to follow the ball in play
Good shock absorption
Ideal surface for friction
Tried and tested
Available in unsealed or sealed finishes
Line marking using Junckers Isoline line marking paint

Contact us on 0845 602 7694 to discuss your specification or send your tender to enquiries@mckayflooring.co.uk for a quote.

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