With over 4 million design possibilities, “create your own AirMaster®” gives you the freedom to achieve a custom solution.
December 16th, 2011
DESSO AirMaster® is a carpet that was specially designed to filter and clean the air. It is an established fact that carpet has a positive impact on the concentration of particulates in indoor air. DESSO AirMaster® is able to reduce the concentration of particulate matter in indoor air up to 8 times better than hard flooring and 4 times better than standard carpet.
Now, with Desso’s new “Create Your Own AirMaster®” program, Desso are taking the next step in supplying products on a custom basis. Besides creating your own design online, users can store this design, share it via social media and order a sample of your personally designed carpet tile.
“Create Your Own AirMaster®” allows the user to adapt colours until he or she has created the most appealing combination. The carpet’s five accent lines can be selected from a total of sixteen colours. In addition, the user can choose one of four basic background colours to optimally accentuate the desired colour combination; and with a simple push of a button, you can immediately check what your unique design will look like. You can both view it in the form of a carpet tile, and see how it will fit in various types of interiors.
– Nylon Face Fibre
– Bitumen Backing (EcoBase® Backing available on request)
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