Equine Seamless Flooring

Large Animal Flooring


Textured rubber equine seamless flooring and wall systems – Abacus Padenpor™ DLX and Abacus Padenpor™ FDP are top of the line flooring products. These pad and pour systems were originally designed for thoroughbreds, sport and performance horses. It’s use has expanded to incorporate dog fitness areas and surfaces where the safety of your animal is utmost.

Due to the rubber composition, Padenpor™ DLX provides the ultimate in safety and comfort, with carefully cleaned and shredded recycled rubber. The rubber composition is 4mm to 38mm depending upon purpose and the desire of the client. The thicker the rubber base the more resilient the floor thereby offering superior shock absorption for your animals. For example, a thicker rubber base would be recommended for recovery rooms and stalls and a thinner base for aisles where the use of machinery and constant traffic is present but the need for a sterile environment is still high.

Let Abacus Sports install your special animal flooring. We have installed for some of the best thoroughbreds in the sport including equines at the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Tennessee, and many high end private breeding facilities.

Padenpor Equine Flooring

Veterinary Flooring

PADENPOR DLX™ (Equine Flooring) is a resilient, seamless textured floor covering. For over 25 years it has been widely used in a variety of animal care/equine applications from the best state of the art veterinary facilities to the small individual animal care giver. PADENPOR DLX is designed for any facility where bio-security, cleanability, comfort and safety are of importance. PADENPOR looks good, feels great and provides a sanitary environment like no other surface to any facility.

Barn Floors and Walls

PADENPOR is a rubberized, seamless, texturized floor and wall system. It is constructed using recycled rubber and self leveling polyurethanes. The resilience of PADENPOR reduces stress and fatigue.

The rubber is available in different densities and thicknesses. Depending on the application you can have harder or softer surfaces. For instance you may want a harder surface in aisle ways, but a softer surface in recovery/foaling areas.