Expona Flow vinyl flooring replicates wood finish

  • 3 Feb 2015

Polyflor’s Expona Flow collection of vinyl flooring is suitable for use is heavy commercial, public environments, such as galleries

Manufactured with Polyflor’s polyurethane reinforcement, PUR, to maintain a level of hygiene, Expona Flow has been designed for use in heavy commercial environments such as hospitals and schools.

The vinyl flooring is supplied in a 2 metre wide sheet format with a 2mm gauge and a 0.7mm wear layer.

To ensure that the vinyl flooring matches the interior of the building it is installed in, a variety of shades and patterns have been designed by Polyflor..

Expona Flow is manufactured using 10% recycled materials and is itself completely recyclable via the Recofloor scheme.

The new vinyl flooring collection has also achieved Indoor Air Comfort Gold and a BRE A rating in major use areas, adding to its list of environmental credentials.

A sampling package for the Expona Flow range, which includes a brochure, shadecards and a presenter, can be ordered on Polyflor’s website.

The company’s Design Service also a offers water jet cutting service to create patterns and designs on its flooring to suit its customers’ tastes.

Find out more about Polyflor’s Expona Flow collection of heavy commercial sheet vinyl flooring designs


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