FAST BREAK SYSTEM 2 LAMINATED
Futsal, non plus ultra.
Fast Break System 2 Laminated is an Area Elastic flooring system made of wooden plates with HPL laminated finishing. Tiles are modular and detachable. Specifically designed in collaboration with UEFA for high-level Futsal competitions, the system has become the official surface for Futsal competitions since 2010.
Perfect ball rolling and speed of play are crucial in high-level competitions. This is why the slabs of the Fast Break System 2 Laminated have an HLP laminated surface finish on a load bearing birch phenolic marine plywood backing. The structure was designed to guarantee the maximum control of ball shot and consistency during all matches.
Perfect biomechanical response all over the court.
The layout of the adjustable elastic supports was designed in collaboration with the Biomechanical Institute in Valencia, Spain, for superior biomechanical shock absorption and consistent ball bounce everywhere on the court. The system is also made to withstand the weight of futsal goal posts and the rolling loads of telescopic bleachers.
Quick and easy to assemble.
To guarantee a perfect joint, the unique interlocking system incorporates rubber-and-polyamide components called Flexy Clips into the plates themselves. This makes floor assembly and disassembly quick and easy, with no additional components required. In fact, a group of six people can install a futsal court in just three hours. MONDO also offers a special container for transporting and storing the flooring plates, and the court’s aluminum perimeter is included.
Designed for futsal.
Fast Break System 2 Laminated was specifically designed in collaboration with UEFA for high-level competitions. In 2010, it became the official surface for UEFA international competitions.
The system has been further personalized with the look of the games colors and specific colors combinations were studied to always determinate ball’s position during all match’s phases.
Fast Break System 2 Laminated meets the requirements of the European standard EN 14904 and requirements of the International Sports Federations.