OSST flooring is a vulcanized rubber gym flooring material. Vulcanized rubber is forged a high-intensity environment of extreme heat and pressure, making it durable and strong for the long haul.
OSST Flooring provides extreme comfort and durability
A History of Performance:
OSST began manufacturing vulcanized rubber products almost 40 years ago. Since then, they’ve supplied products and outfitted facilities in over 30 countries worldwide. In 2018, all of their products where certified as GREENGUARD Gold – showing their commitment to safety and environmental responsibility.
OSST’s flooring products are made of two fully-vulcanized rubber layers. The top layer is extremely hard in order to protect against abrasion and high impacts. The bottom layer creates cushion, comfort, and sound absorption. Both layers function together to create a versatile vulcanized rubber gym flooring product that performs and lasts.
OSST Flooring's Beautiful, Bright Colors:
Vulcanized rubber flooring has a design advantage: it can be manufactured in stunning colors to bring brightness to your weight room. It lets you bring your space to life. OSST’s Interior Design Studio shows you what your weight room could look like with bright new flooring.
It’s design abilities also help you with your branding. Branding is becoming more and more important in athletic recruiting. Outfitting your weight room with your logos, colors, and brand will supercharge your recruiting efforts and your program in general. Not to mention, it communicates your program’s pride, culture, and legacy to current athletes and alumni.
Choose OSST Flooring:
OSST Flooring Products
ComPact-Stone comes in 8mm or 10mm thicknessess. Its wear-resistant surface layer and shock pad layer are bonded by vulcanization. It boasts a stone textured top surface.
Best installed as a floor for:
- Professional, college, and high school weight rooms
- Commercial gyms
- Rec centers
ComPact-Fleck comes in 8mm or 10mm thicknessess. Its wear-resistant surface layer and shock pad layer are bonded by vulcanization. It boasts a textured top surface with colored “flecks”.