Polyflor has launched an updated Expona Bevel Line collection featuring new contemporary wood and stone effect designs.
The high design PUR range now comprises 27 designs inspired by the latest architectural trends, all suited for heavy footfall commercial interiors.
Expona Bevel Line utilises colour variation and pattern formations to best replicate natural flooring materials often seen in real timber flooring.
Designs include on-trend grey toned woods and rustic elements, all available in both slim plank and wide format designs.
New to the collection are Enriched Variety Oak and Boardwalk Variety Oak, which include a mixture of different sized planks to mimic the look of a recycled wood floor. Additional new designs include marble and weathered stone effects.
Featuring a 2.5mm gauge and 0.55mm wear layer, the Expona Bevel Line collection takes its name from the distinct bevel around the edge of each plank and tile, which adds extra definition when laid.
The vinyl is enhanced with Polyflor PUR, a robust polyurethane reinforcement, cross linked and UV cured to provide superior cleaning benefits and maintenance. The product boasts a BRE A+ rating in major use areas and Indoor Air Comfort Gold, assuring that VOC emissions are below any globally determined levels. It is also 100 per cent recyclable through the Recofloor recycling scheme.
The collection is showcased within a 48-page brochure and shadecard, available on the Polyflor website.
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