The product range includes hardwood sports flooring as well as sub-constructions suitable for synthetic coverage. All HARO Sports flooring system meet the demands of the German DIN 18032, part 2, British standard BS 7044, NSF, Austrian norm etc. In addition to this, our hardwood floors are officially approved by the International Basketball Association (FIBA). All Basketball matches at the recent Beijing Olypmpics were played on HARO Sports Flooring.
HARO Berlin Model
Model Berlin is a so called "sprung" floor, utilising a double swing-beam system. It can be installed on raw concrete, even if the sub-floor is not perfectly even, since the uneven parts can be levelled simply by placing an equalising material under the swing-beam pads.
HARO Stockholm Model
Model Stockholm utilises an elastic batten or single swing beam system. It can be installed on raw concrete, even if the sub-floor is not perfectly even, since the uneven parts can be levelled simply by placing an equalising material under the swing-beam pads.
HARO Helsinki Model
Model Helsinki is a so-called elastic construction. The construction height of Helsinki 10 is just 39.6mm and therefore a perfect choice for refurbishments and renovations. Model Helsinki provides both high shock absorption greater than 62% for the athlete's safety and a ball rebound of 98% for a good game.
HARO Montreal Model
When quick installation and high-performance is required, model Montreal makes the perfect choice. This model features the HARO module technology – this means the most time consuming assembly part has already been done in the HARO factory.
HARO Melbourne Model
Model Melbourne 65 is an area-elastic sports floor for squash, hand ball and racket sport applications. This model features a HARO Sports hardwood flooring with a 12,6mm thickness. The 3.6 mm hardwood top layer receives a factory-applied SSTÒ depth impregnation providing a unique grip for the players.
HARO Fitness Floor
The HARO Sports Fitness Floor is a cost-effective choice for those fitness club owners who want a sports floor for their aerobics room, but do not have a budget for sophisticated sports flooring systems.
Solid Sports Floor Options
Traditionally, sports floors were installed using solid Canadian maple. The construction entails use of rubber pads which are attached to a treated timber PAO batton. This rubber pad gives the floor the necessary spring to prevent injury and offer premium sports performance.