Polyflor has designed its Expona Design series of vinyl flooring tiles with a 3.0mm gauge and 0.7mm wear layer to ensure that its product is able to withstand high traffic.
The tiles in the range feature a PUR polyurethane layer to reinforce them and allow for easy cleaning and maintenance.
Via the Recofloor scheme, the vinyl flooring can also be recycled.
The tiles were fitted into Crowning Glorie hair salon by Bristol flooring. The contractors created a monochrome design by using Expona Design vinyl flooring in Black Elm 6183 and White Oak 6185, two opposing shades.
Polyflor’s range has been designed to offer variety when it comes to decoration.
The Expona Design collection features 28 design options, including tiles that have stone and wooden effects with surface embossing.
The tiles can be layed in different arrangements and Polyflor’s design team can use water jet cutting technology to create images in the tiles.
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