Diving

Whether you are a competition or teaching facility, everyone knows the industry's leader in diving boards and stands is Duraflex International. With brand new changes to their competition diving board to improve the quality and longevity, these are the products to have at your facility.

 

  • Short Stand

    ShortStand

    Durafirm short stands have fulcrum units identical to the 1M and 3M stands. They are designed for use on concrete pedestals or platforms, with the use of six Durafirm bronze anchors, at either one or three meter level. You have the option of no handrails, handrail on one side or handrails on both sides.

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  • 1M Stand

    OneMeter

    The 1M structures are manufactured in five different heights to accommodate from 1" to 13". The deck elevation above water-level dimension of the pool and deck slope must be indicated when ordering. You have the option of either handrail on one side or handrails on both sides.

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  • 3M Stand

    3 Meter

    The 3M stand has a newly enhanced ladder. The ladder is thicker and 50% heavier, providing a more stable base for the board. The shape of the new ladder is designed to put more support directly under the mounting location of the diving board which also enhances stability. The ladder has built-in handrails and the steps are new, wider, featuring a replaceable slip-resistant slotted tread. The  3M stand comes with handrails on both sides.

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  • 14' Duraflex

    14ft

    The 14' Duraflex board is used for recreational diving. It is a one-piece board that has been heat treated for a yield strength of 50,000 psi. It is tapered from the fulcrum area to the diving tip. The board is coated in aqua-colored thermal-curing epoxy resin. The top surface is finished with a laminate of flint silica and alumina, between coats of epoxy to effect a slip-resistant surface.

  • 16' Duraflex

    16ft

    The 16' Duraflex board is used for recreational diving in commercial pools. It is a one-piece board that has been heat treated for a yield strength of 50,000 psi. It is tapered from the fulcrum area to the diving tip. The board is coated in aqua-colored thermal-curing epoxy resin. The top surface is finished with a laminate of flint silica and alumina, between coats of epoxy to effect a slip-resistant surface.

  • Maxiflex Model B

    MaxiB

    The 16' Maxiflex model B (also called Maxi-B) is the diving board that is used in all major diving competitive events in the world. The Maxi-B is slightly lighter in weight, and is said to give a slightly quicker action in the hurdle step. It is a one-piece board that has been heat treated for a yield strength of 50,000 psi. It is tapered from the fulcrum area to the diving tip, and it is tapered from the fulcrum area to the anchor end. The double taper allows the whole board to arc while flexing, giving it approximately 15% more lift than the 16' Duraflex. The board is coated in aqua-colored thermal-curing epoxy resin. The top surface is finished with a laminate of flint silica and alumina, between coats of epoxy to effect a slip-resistant surface.