STM Studio Supplies by Professionals for Professionals
11L, 175 Lower Gibbes Street, Chatswood NSW 2067 T: 02 9417 3000 F: 02 9417 3111 E:
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We supply the largest range of dance floor vinyl in Australia. Not all vinyls are created equally so we have provided a reference guide for you to consider. Please contact the offices for a personal consultation to discuss your needs and budget.
We also have a limited and variable number of short lengths of vinyl available. These are fantastic for that small studio, home practice or a portable solution for small areas. Should you wish to order please contact the office for the latest list.
**Please note, we do try to keep the list updated but it does vary at an alarming pace during peak times and is subject to change without notice**
Please read through all options to ensure your getting whats best for the dancers! :)
Glossary of Terms
PVC: Polyvinylchloride (PVC) polymer, which is simply basic plastic, and is, by nature, relatively rigid
Homogeneous: Vinyl that is of uniform structure, one single layer, and composition throughout, usually consisting of vinyl plastic resins, plasticizers, fillers, pigments, and stabilizers.
Heterogeneous: Heterogeneous Vinyl floor covering is a multi layer product which has a wealth of expressive patterns with unlimited design possibilities reinforced to reduce the cost of maintenance. This allows vinyl flooring to capture the look and feel of any natural flooring material with the added benefits only found in vinyl flooring.
Calendered: Having a surface made smooth and glossy especially by pressing between rollers
Floor Speed: Dancers, teachers and choreographers will often describe a slippery floor as fast, not ideal for ballet. A fast floor is much appreciated by ballroom and some theatrical styles that require a degree of slide to execute the steps.
Marbleised: Having a marbled pattern
Indent: Order for goods placed often through a local or foreign agent of a foreign supplier under specified conditions of sale, the acceptance of which by the supplier (or the agent) constitutes a contract of sale. Lead time usually 12 weeks
Lead time: Period of time taken to manufacture, order or obtain goods