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The Performance Floor of Choice for Education

Harlequin is the world’s leading authority on the design, manufacture, supply and installation of performance floors, mirrors and ballet barres for the performing arts.

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The Harlequin product range has been carefully researched and designed in collaboration with dancers, biomechanics experts and sports scientists. Safe performance is at the heart of everything we do.

As a global brand with over 45 years’ experience in the performing arts, Harlequin is trusted by the world’s leading dance companies, dance professionals, architects and building contractors. Harlequin provides a turnkey solution for all education dance studio requirements with offices in Europe, the Americas and Asia. All products are referenced on RIBA NBS Source.

Harlequin Activity is Harlequin’s leading sprung floor for dance in education. A ‘fully-floating’ sprung floor system without fixings to the sub-floor, it features Harlequin’s proprietary ‘triple sandwich’ construction method.

Harlequin Activity provides shock-dampening to avoid a ‘trampoline’ effect plus area elasticity to ensure identical characteristics across the whole floor, offering better protection from injuries for both teachers and performers.

•  ‘Industry standard’ choice for permanent installation by Harlequin Contracts Division

•  Minimum floor thickness: 46mm before inclusion of chosen vinyl finish, 38mm before inclusion of chosen wood finish.

The educators choice of vinyl performance top surface with Harlequin Activity is Harlequin Cascade with BioCote. Harlequin Cascade is the ultimate heavy-duty vinyl dance floor, with mineral fibre reinforcement for stability and durability. Harlequin have now produced a new, improved Cascade with BioCote® antimicrobial protection. It is the Harlequin Cascade that you know and love but with an added ingredient with proven antibacterial properties that helps keep the floor hygienically clean, so reducing the risk of cross contamination by working constantly to reduce the presence of microbes on the surface of the flooring.

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