CONNOR Wood Court Flooring by No Fault

Connor Sports Flooring is the leading manufacturer of maple hardwood courts and synthetic sports flooring in the United States. Connor Floors are chosen by more high schools, colleges and NBA teams than any other floor. Connor Sports Flooring is the Official Surface of the NCAA Men's and Women's  Final Four.

Connor flooring systems are tested for performance and engineering quality using STEM and the international standard DIN. These evaluation methods will help you determine which flooring system will best meet the needs of your athletes and your facility.

 

Selecting a Court that's Right for You

SUBFLOORS

Connor subfloors are tailored to your specific needs. Choose from:

  1. FIXED: Fixed systems are mechanically fastened to the concrete substrate providing stability, but offer a lesser amount of resilience than a floating system
  2. FIXED RESILIENT: Fixed resilient systems provide the stabilizing benefits of anchored subfloors and the resiliency of floating systems
  3. FLOATING: Floating systems rest freely on the concrete substrate offering a resiliency, but lack to stability of a fixed system.

 

Why is DIN Performance important?

"Meets or Exceeds DIN" assures a hardwood court design which fully achieves athletic performance requirements of a standard  which was set by extensive research into many types of floors and levels of athletes ranging from recreational to professional.

  • "DIN Meets or Exceeds"- Floor systems which meet or exceed all requirements of the original DIN performance standard
  • "DIN2001 Meets or Exceeds"- Floor systems which meet or exceed all requirements and most stringent DIN performance standard including uniformity requirements
DIN Performance Testing
  1. BALL REBOUND- Measures the basketball's response off the hardwood court as compared to the ball's response off concrete
  2. SHOCK ABSORPTION- Measures the court's ability to absorb impact forces
  3. VERTICAL DEFLECTION- Measures the court's downward movement during the impact of an athlete landing on the surface
  4. AREA DEFLECTION- Measures the court's ability to contain the deflected area under an athlete's impact, measured within 20" of impacted area
STEM Engineering Testing
  1. ENVIRONMENTAL STABILITY- Measures the court's ability to remain unaffected when exposed to increased humidity
  2. RESILIENT LIFE-  Measures the resilient pad's ability to provide unchanged performance after repeated, active loads
  3. RESILIENT LOAD- Measures the resilient pad's ability to provide unchanged performance after stationary long-term loads