The wood collection features a variety of wood species and layouts, including three classic parquet designs.
The Designatex stone range includes limestone, slate and paving effect designs in three layouts: slim tiles, random tile placement and varied tile widths. The designs have been developed to create an abstract effect – difficult to replicate using stone tiles.
Available in 2, 3 and 4 metre widths, Polyflor’s Designatex has a 3.0mm gauge and 0.3mm wear layer with SureTread R10 slip resistance.
The product features an UltraComfort soft textile layer, providing comfort underfoot, whilst reducing noise transfer between rooms by 17dB.
Designatex flooring eliminates the need for adhesive, as it can be loose laid on most properties, which allows for quicker installations.
In addition, the lightweight, textile backing masks minor subfloor unevenness or surface texture – and allows it to be laid over damp subfloors where a Relative Humidity (Rh) of 90% is not exceeded.
Along with a 15 year domestic guarantee, Designatex features CleanShield PUR polyurethane reinforcement, helping to prevent stains and scuff marks. The flooring is 100% recyclable and achieves Indoor Air Comfort Gold certification for low VOC emissions.
The Designatex range is showcased within Polyflor’s 56 page brochure, a comprehensive sample presenter and collection of shadecards.
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