PRO COMPLETE 44, PORTABLE SPORTS FLOOR
SPECIFIER'S AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

D 12.1


JUNCKERS PRO COMPLETE 44

D 1.0

General information,
Sports floor systems

D 12.1

Specifier's and
Installation instructions

Fig. 1

1. SYSTEM SPECIFICATION

Junckers Pro Complete 44 Portable Sports Floor is based on 22 mm solid hardwood floorboards, prefabricated into light weight panels.

Each floor panel is easily locked into position by means of factory fitted metal brackets.

Lengthwise the panels have a tongue and groove connection and at ends the panels are joined using loose tongues.

Underneath each floor panel several prefixed birch battens are mounted together with a soft polyurethane foam to provide correct shock absorption and resilience.

For faster and more flexible installation ask for Junckers CenterRow Panels that makes two way installation possible.

A pre-fixed transition ramp forms a strong edge of the floor perimeter.

Junckers custom designed storage carts make transportation and storage of the panels easy.

The floor must be installed on a self-supporting sub floor made of concrete or lightweight concrete.

The construction height is 44 mm.

The floor is categorized as area elastic with high shock absorbency and elasticity suitable for ball games, fitness and aerobics as well as a temporary use, e.g. international tournaments requiring special game lines.

The floor system fully conforms to EN 14904:A4.

Please note that full documentation of a this floor system comprises General information and Specifier's and Installation instructions, see Fig. 1.


2. FLOOR COMPONTS - PRO COMPLETE 44

1 - Junckers 22 mm solid 2-strip
floor panels.


Wood species, grade and surface:
- Beech Premium, Silk matt lacquered
- Maple Champion, Silk matt lacquered

Width x length:
Full size panel: 517 x 1800 mm, 0.93 m²
Half size panel: 517 x 900 mm, 0.47 m²

2 - Assembly brackets
Prefixed metal brackets.

3 - Battens
Prefixed 18 x 70 mm engineered birch battens mounted with shock absorbing foam.

Total batten height: 22 mm.

4 - Transition ramp
Prefixed transition ramp on all perimeter panels in black painted hardwood.

5 - Moisture barrier on concrete
Min. 0.20 mm PE membrane, e.g. Junckers Moisture Barrier.

Fig. 2


3. LOAD-BEARING STRENGTH OF THE SYSTEM

Load-bearing strength of the system depends on the type of load, see table 1.

See also data sheet D 1.0 - Stiffness and load-bearing strength of floors.

TABLE 1

Loading types

System

Area load
Per m²

Point load
ø25 mm

Point load
100x100 mm

Wheel load

PC 44

1.000 kg

350 kg

500 kg

See D 1.0 Table 1


4. CHOICE OF SUB FLOOR

The sub floor must be dry, self-supporting and made of concrete or lightweight concrete.


5. BEFORE BEGINNING TO INSTALL THE FLOOR

The building must be weather tight. The heating system must be installed and tested. During the heating season there should be a constant heat supply.

Cast concrete elements, including casting of sockets for fixtures and fittings, screeding and other wet trades which can contribute moisture to the building, e.g. priming of paintwork, must also be completed.

The relative humidity in the building must be within the relative humidity interval expected, when the building is in use and the room temperature approx. 20°C.


6. MOISTURE PROTECTION

The residual moisture contained in the concrete or screed must not exceed 90% RH.
UK: 75% acc. To BS 8201).

On concrete sub floors with risk of moisture penetration, a moisture barrier of 0.20 mm PE membrane, e.g. Junckers Moisture Barrier, is laid directly on the sub floor.


7. FLATNESS OF THE SUB FLOOR

Before intermediate layers are laid the subfloor must be levelled so that any deviations in the flatness do not conflict with the requirements of one of the two methods stated below.

A) Traditional straight edge
The subfloor must be flat with a maximum deviation of 2 mm under a 1.5 m straight edge.
(UK: 3 mm under a 2 m straight edge).

The surface must be smooth. Any minor irregularities mustbe corrected.

B) Straight edge with supports
The subfloor must be flat with a maximum deviation of ± 2 mm under a 2 m straight edge (2 mm supports).

The surface must be smooth. Any minor irregularities, e.g. across day joints, must be corrected so that the maximum localised deviation from flat level is ± 0.6 mm under a 0.25 m straight edge (0.6 mm supports).

Major irregularities on concrete floors can be corrected by using a selflevelling compound. Wooden subfloors may be levelled by sanding or installing hard fibreboards, possibly combined with filler, or by laying fibrous plasterboards.

Junckers Technical Information specifies the flat level requirements of subfloors as: A maximum deviation of 2 mm under a 1.5 m straight edge.
(UK: 3 mm under a 2 m straight edge).


8. NET CONSUMPTION OF MATERIALS

Net consumption for a 608 m² basketball court according to the official FIBA rules 19 x 32metres (including a 2 metres safety zone around the court):

Full size panels: 665 pcs.
Half size panels: 38 pcs.
Loose tongues: 717 pcs.
Moisture barrier, 0,2 mm PE-foil: 700 m² incl. overlaps.
Extracting hook: For extracting loose tongues when dismantling the floor.

Optional:
Center Row panels.
Storage carts. One cart stores 40 full size panels.

The calculated floor area:
The calculated m² of the floor will due to the floor panel size in most cases be slightly larger than the specified floor area.


HOW TO INSTALL THE FLOOR


1. MOISTURE BARRIER

A moisture barrier of min. 0.20 mm PE membrane is laid, e.g. Junckers Moisture Barrier.

The moisture barrier is laid with an overlap of 200 mm at all joints. The polythene has to be taped at all lap joints using a tape 50 mm vide.


2. INSTALLATION - FIRST ROW

Keep a 500 mm distance to the wall and fixed installations in order to allow free access and mounting of loose tongues.

The first row of panels are laid in a straight line with the metal bracket pointing in the laying direction.

The panels are joined at ends by using loose joining tongues (See the small drawing).

All the panels should be numbered on the back side or on the metal bracket, to ensure that they are correctly placed each time the floor is laid, so that line markings, etc. are aligned.


3. INSTALLATION - THE FOLLOWING ROWS

The panels are laid in an interlocking pattern so that all end joints are staggered 900 mm from row to row.

The panels are pressed close together in lengthwise tongue and groove joints before they are pressed down into the metal bracket, eg. by using a rubber hammer.

Panels without the metal bracket are used for the last row.


4. SUPPORTING TRANSISITION RAMP

The first and last row of panels, as well as the first and last panel in each row, are delivered with a prefixed black painted transition ramp, and should be installed
accordingly.


5. FLEXIBLE INSTALLATION - CENTER ROW PANELS

Centre Row panels are available on request with this floor type.

These panels come with metal brackets on each side and are laid out in the middle/centre of the floor as a starting row.

In this way two installation teams can work at the same time.


6. DISMANTLING

Remove loose joining tongues using the removal hook, and dismantle the panels row by row starting with the last installed panel.

Carefully take up the panels and stack them in the storage carts. Panels are stacked face to face and back to back, and staggered 5 cm so that the battens support each other leaving no pressure on the foam.

The panels must be stored in the same relative humidity as when the floor is in use.

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