Jupiter Sports installs world class see-through squash court back walls that meet the stringent specifications of the Squash court for both two & four panel back wall systems. In addition, the Toughened Safety Glass meets the performance requirements of all national building regulations, based on test requirements of local authorities. These toughened Glass Squash court back walls allow spectators a clear view of the game with complete safety & provide a more open club design for players requirements of all national building regulations, based on test requirements of local authorities. These toughened Glass Squash court back walls allow spectators a clear view of the game with complete safety & provide a more open club design for players.
 
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Shock-absorption

A shock-absorbing floor minimises the risk of injuries. Test results display the percentage of shock energy absorbed by the floor when e.g. landing after a jump
 
   
Vertical deformation

The floor’s ability to absorb shock depends on its ability to flex when exposed to a dynamic load. The test results display the floor’s vertical deformation in mm when exposed to a dynamic impact equivalent to that of light jogging.
Ball-bounce

Correct ball-bounce increases the ballcontrol and the speed of the game. The test results display the rebound achieved by the floor as a percentage of the rebound measured on a concrete floor
Friction

Correct friction is important when e.g. ball-players move rapidly on the floor, and the ideal friction coefficient should be between 0.4 and 0.6. A friction coefficient less than 0.4 makes the floor too smooth, while coefficients above 0.6 make the floor too rough
Rolling load

The floor’s ability to withstand rolling loads is important in circumstances
where carts & the like will be utilised. The test results display whether or not the floor can withstand a rolling load of 1,5 kN (≈ 150 kg).
 

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