Genuine THOR gym floor cover products are Made in the USA
Gym Floor Cover Racks
Racks are designed to hold up to 12 rolls of 10' wide reinforced vinyl floor covering fabric. It features state-of-the-art locking castors with broader floor contact for better weight distribution, manual winder standard or optional power winder with adapter chuck (110 volt).
Roller bearings in the swivel casters allow easy movement of a fully loaded rack by just 2 people, and they can easily deploy and rewind the floor covering segments in minutes.
Our frames are made out of ¼" steel and steel pipe for the core tubes
Total weight capacity per core tube is at 500 pounds
Total weight capacity per rack 3000 pounds not counting the weight of the rack itself.
The load rate of your flooring system (in
psi) should always be allowed for when choosing gym floor
cover fabric weight, # of panels per rack, type, style
and number of racks, and ultimately the pounds per square
inch of force exerted on your floor by the fully loaded
When the gym floor
cover weight exceeds 10 panels or a total of 1350#'s
the Deluxe Rack should be specified...The Deluxe rack
is made from a heavier gauge of steel...both styles of
racks offer our exclusive "no-mar" wide tread
locking casters for better weight distribution and floor
Available in 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 roll capacity.
Two capacity widths available either for 10' wide or 15'
Adjustable bar brackets allows for larger/smaller diameter
sections. Add brackets/bars depending on need.
One wrap Velcro keeps the floor cover from unraveling.
Non-marring casters for easy rolling even with heavy
Four swivel locking casters for easy maneuvering and
All steel tubing for all applications, weight capacity
of 2000 lbs
34" wide to fit through standard doorway of 36".
Manual hand crank included.
Optional adaptor and power rewind system.
Optional rack cover.
FOR PROPER WEIGHT DISTIBUTION AND SAFETY when loading/unloading
the rack, evenly distribute the weight of rolled gym floor
covers. Load from the bottom up alternately from side to side
and front to back. Unload the rack following the same procedure
in reverse top to bottom.