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New Linoleum xf Design Collection

Tarkett has launched the new Design Collection of Linoleum xf.



BY jesse

May 14th, 2009


Leading flooring and surface company, Tarkett has launched the new Design Collection of ‘Linoleum xf’.

Continuing Tarkett’s 100-year history of providing quality flooring, ‘Linoleum xf’ is now available in a range of new colours and patterns to suit any application.

The company have also launched the new xf Mini-site: a website entirely dedicated to the new collection. The features on this site include:

•    Powerful innovative Colour Selector
•    Interactive Collection Overview
•    Inspirational design tends that influenced the new collection
•    A selection of prestigious references and installations
•    Specific information on xf surface treatments and weld rods
•    Tarkett ‘Balanced Choice’ initiatives
 
Where others use a blend of PU and acrylic dispersed in water applied thermally in two layers, the new ‘Linoleum xf’ range uses the innovative single-layer UV-cured surface treatment.

The result is a collection of attractive flooring solutions with excellent resistance against abrasion, stain and chemicals, while offering a significant reduction in maintenance costs of up to 30 per cent.

The ongoing costs of water, detergents and energy is reduced by 50 per cent and initial care, such as waxing and polishing, is no longer needed. Compared with non-xf linoleum flooring, the return on investment of the purchase and installation occurs within the first year.

Visit the xf mini-site today and explore the new range. 

Contact your local Tarkett Sales Representative or email customerservice@tarkett.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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