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TRAFICLINE STS 7 MM

Especially made for industrial use

Excellent resistance to intense mechanical traffic, perfect for industrial floors protection and renovation

Thermal and sound insulating, it is furthermore anti-slip and ergonomic in order to improve work condition and comfort of the users.

 

Ral 7042

Characteristics

PVC floor tile requiring no gluing, except sun exposure or special cases.

  • Exclusive interlocking attachment system
  • Finishing : thin rice grain - Available in gray Ral 7016 and 7042 (for all other colors : contact us)
  • R10 surface finishing
  • Dimensions : 50 x 50 cm - 4 tiles / sqm
  • Thickness : 7 mm
  • Weight 7 mm : 2.20 kg / tile - 8.80 kg / sqm
  • Surface treatment : Stainproof® coating allowing an easy maintenance and a sustainable protection
  • Surface appearance : satin
  • Access ramps 7 mm : 50 x 16 cm - 0.7 kg
  • Access angles 7 mm : 16 x 16 cm - 0.2 kg

100% recyclable product VOC Emissions * : A+

* Information on the level of emissions of volatile substances into indoor air, with a risk of inhalation toxicity, on a class scale from A + (very low emissions) to C (high emissions)

Uses

Those tiles are especially adapted for mechanical, metallurgical, automotive, logistic and pharmaceutical industries. Perfect for any industrial production zone experiencing an intense traffic :

  • Production workshop, storage areas, paths of traffic …
  • Sales areas, showrooms, offices, classrooms ...
  • Temporary exhibitions, special events, fairs …
  • All industries, large-scale distributors, stores, communities, schools ...
  • Indoor use : STS outdoor use is strongly discouraged (contact us and refer to operating instructions)
  • Direct laying on the existing floor, easy and fast : no need to interrupt activity in the local concerned for the laying

Also ideal for the tertiary sector and communities.

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