Polyflor has launched new wood effect flooring designs to add to its Forest fx PUR flooring collection.
The 18 design heterogeneous collection includes nine new shades, including two parquet effect designs in addition to various contemporary grey-toned oaks and rustic wood designs.
Polyflor’s design development team created the wood effects and incorporated intricate grain detail and natural tones into each floor covering.
The Forest fx range is available in a 2.0mm gauge vinyl sheet format with a 0.7mm wear layer, suitable for high traffic, heavy commercial environments in the education, healthcare, leisure, retail, housing and office sectors.
The flooring is low in cost and offers a polish-free maintenance regime for its lifetime due to its cross-linked and UV cured polyurethane regime. Polyflor can also use its waterjet cutting technology to incorporate inlaid features and logos.
Forest fx contains recycled material and is 100% recyclable via the Recofloor scheme. The Forest fx flooring collection also achieves individually certified BRE Global A+ ratings for major use areas which can contribute to BREEAM credits, as can the product’s BES 6001 certification which demonstrates compliance with a recognised responsible sourcing scheme as certified by the BRE.
Tom Rollo, Polyflor’s Marketing Manager comments, “The introduction of new and contemporary designs along with an increase in the size of our UK manufactured Forest fx collection means there is now even more choice for our customers in this popular product category.”
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