Conica at La Santa Lanzarote
CONICA was founded in 1977 in Schaffhausen (Switzerland) and employs around 180 people worldwide, 100 of them in Schaffhausen. With customers from over 70 countries and production and sales locations in Switzerland, Great Britain, the USA and China, Conica has made a name for itself worldwide.
CONICA stands for innovative jointless flooring solutions based on polyurethane & epoxy resins for sports, games, leisure, technically decorative high-end solutions for parks, parking garages, retail, educational, healthcare facilities and residential construction.
CONICA is one of the global market leaders and innovation drivers. The focus of product developments are user-oriented requirements of technical and functional performance and usability while ensuring the health aspects of the material itself and for the user.
CONICA serves to customers as partner for high-quality system solutions. The motto is “All from one hand” and can be taken literally. From individual product components to complete systems, the customer can choose from a large number of individually tailored solutions.
In addition, CONICA accompanies its customers from consulting through ordering and delivery to site support and technical service throughout the entire project period.
With more than 40 years of experience, CONICA stands for professional competence, highest product quality and extensive customer service – and this in all regions and climate zones of the world.
Vmax athletic tracks tests – new speed records in athletics by Conica
CONICA works closely together with renowned organizations as the Institute of Biomechanics and Orthopaedics at the German Sports University of Cologne. In cooperation with this Institute CONICA has provided the conditions for new records in sprinting with the Vmax athletic tracks.
Dr. Steffen Willwacher came up with the following assessment: “Following our applied material tests as well as bio(mechanical) tests, which we carried out with a top athlete, we have found that the Vmax athletic track provides the conditions for running fast – especially in the acceleration phase. Runners can better apply horizontal forces on Vmax, increase the pace faster and ultimately achieve higher speeds.”