New: Signature’s Care+ carpet collection – a better carpet for a healthier environment.
September 1st, 2011
The combination of great design and clever innovation works together to create Care+ carpets.
Combining new technology with design and colour, results in a range of exceptional carpets that perform under particular difficult conditions. Whenever hygiene and well-being is essential, and today that should be everywhere, Care+ carpets form Signaturefloors offer extraordinary benefits that go well beyond our expectations.
Providing warm and comfortable floors adds to the enjoyment of spaces in which we live. Care+ carpets are designed to enhance people’s experience and well-being in a medical environment.
Care+ carpet offer state of the art Anthron® fibre technology combined with an impermeable vinyl back moisture barrier, whilst featuring antimicrobial and bacterial protection. The vinyl backing can be seamlessly “weld-joined” to vinyl which makes transition strips a thing of the past. A simple solution that makes the whole surface watertight and impervious, and at the same time is a simple solution to reduce trips and falls. Antron®fiber features bleach, soil & stain resistant technology.
Care+ carpets come with a number of green credentials like Green Tag accreditation to level A in Greenstar, ISO 14001 accreditation for sustainability, and an “End of life product stewardship”.
They are fire rated for all areas BCA C1.10a, are sound absorbent and glare reducing, offer reduced rolling resistance and come with a 15 year warranty.
The collections consist of 5 different patterns with up to 10 colours that all mix and match to give designers the freedom to design their own patterns and help to distinguish between different spaces in the same facility.
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