Polyflor

Palettone from Polyflor opening a new world of colour

  • 10 May 2018

  • Share

Polyflor, the UK’s commercial and residential vinyl flooring specialist, has announced the launch of their incredibly colourful, new homogeneous flooring collection, Palettone PUR.

The premium Palettone range offers a plentiful choice of colour, with 50 shades to choose from including classic neutrals, soothing pastels and daring brights.

With a non-directional, semi-matt emboss to ensure the even distribution of light reflectance, the palette is divided into seven colour groups: Cool Greys, Warm Greys, Greens, Blues, Pink Purples, Yellow Reds and Beige Browns.

The subtle tone-on-tone designs in the Palettone range mean it is an ideal fit-for-purpose floor covering solution for dementia-friendly environments.

Designed for contemporary interior design schemes in commercial, leisure, retail, education, healthcare and office projects, durable Palettone sheet vinyl flooring is resistant soiling and scuffing.

Combined with a superior closed surface finish, this enhanced PUR protection allows the use of a polish-free maintenance regime for the lifetime of the flooring.

Carefully selected by Polyflor’s product design team, each Palettone shade works wonderfully on its own, when installed alongside other complementary or contrasting shades, or as part of a bespoke waterjet design created by Polyflor in-house Design Service.

Polyflor Static Dissipative products are engineered for use where static control is required, so Palettone SD is suitable for use in telecommunications installations, computer rooms, electronic manufacturing and healthcare facilities, such as scanner rooms, X-ray suites and operating theatres.

Tom Rollo, Polyflor’s Marketing Manager, said the objective of the new Palettone collection was to offer customers its widest variety of homogeneous vinyl flooring designs to date, with a shade available to complement every interior design scheme imaginable.

He added that Palettone performs to a high standard, has excellent durability, is easy to maintain and provides endless design opportunities.

Palettone is 100% recyclable through the Recofloor vinyl take back scheme and contains recycled material. The collection has also achieved a generic BRE A+ rating in major use areas, helping to contribute points within a BREEAM Assessment for a building. 

A comprehensive brochure, presenter and colour wheel can now be accessed for the Palettone range and sampling can be ordered for free, via the Polyflor website or by phoning the Polyflor Samples Direct Hotline on 0161 767 2551.

Contact:

Polyflor,
Radcliffe New Road,
Whitefield,
Manchester,
United Kingdom,
M45 7NR

Visit Polyflor's website

Leave a Reply

More articles

Wrightstyle

Designing in light: a Wrightstyle article focusing on civic architecture

Wrightstyle can cost-effectively turn architectural vision into design reality, creating exceptional architecture to inspire communities.

Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Glazing, Health & Safety, Lighting, Posts, Research & Materials Testing, Windows

  • Share
Axion

Axion: business models for recycling are changing for the better

Richard McKinlay, Axion’s Head of Circular Economy, suggests changing business models for plastic recycling could lead to a range of benefits.

Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Posts, Research & Materials Testing, Sustainability & Energy Efficiency, Waste Management & Recycling

  • Share
Screen Shot 2018-11-16 at 11.19.41

Alumasc Rainwater provides finishing touch for listed Suffolk building

Alumasc Heritage Cast Aluminium Rainwater was chosen to replace cast iron gutters and downpipes as part of the major renovation of a listed Suffolk building

Posted in Articles, Building Products & Structures, Damp & Waterproofing, Drainage, Guttering, Soffits & Fascias

  • Share
Keystone Lintels

Bringing derelict buildings back to their former glory with Keystone Lintels

In this article, Ben Cheetham, Technical Sales & Specification Manager at Keystone Lintels, talks about the thrill of seeing a derelict building brought back to life.

Posted in Articles, Bricks & Blocks, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Canopies, Entrances & Column Casings, Case Studies, Posts, Restoration & Refurbishment, Retrofit & Renovation, Walls

  • Share