J+J/Invision present a suite of commercial carpet tiles that play host to advanced carpet technologies such as odour management, resistance to soiling and microbial guard systems.
June 5th, 2013
With some technologies applied as standard and others offered as additional benefits to your specification, the advanced nature of J+J/Invision’s carpet treatments allow them great scope for use in commercial, residential, medical and institutional projects.
In high traffic environments the cleverness of ProTex® Soil Release comes in to its own with the ability for small soil particles to be efficiently removed by vacuuming or wet cleaning, working similarly to the technology used in non-stick cookware, lowering the surface energy of the fibers.
In odour reduction, Sentir™ Odor Blocking Technology is unparalleled. Sentir™ is a self-renewing treatment that absorbs and fragments smells into component parts over time, thus destroying the odour itself.
Underfoot, carpet is frequently prone to microbial attack. To inhibit this growth, J+J/Invision developed ProSept® Antimicrobial Technology offering it as an additional benefit on any of J+J/Invision’s products.
Addressing the perennial issue of staining, ColorLoc® Plus provides a window of up to one full day during which most stains may be effectively cleaned using only cold water. ColorLoc is also backed with a lifetime warranty for stain removal, colour change, and bleeding from the use of water or other cleaning agents.
A comprehensive and technically advanced approach to R&D sets the J+J/Invision range apart from the competition, offering so much more than meets the eye.
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