The super new thing about new TacTiles is that they don’t use glue. Designed to enhance the flexibility and efficiency of InterfaceFLOR modular carpet, they offer the stability and durability of a permanent installation, without the need for permanent adhesion. TacTiles are clear plastic squares with a special releasable adhesive applied to one side. TacTiles […]
November 21st, 2008
The super new thing about new TacTiles is that they don’t use glue. Designed to enhance the flexibility and efficiency of InterfaceFLOR modular carpet, they offer the stability and durability of a permanent installation, without the need for permanent adhesion.
TacTiles are clear plastic squares with a special releasable adhesive applied to one side. TacTiles are laid with the adhesive side up below the carpet tile, and can join up to four tiles to produce a “floating floor with no adhesion to the sub floor, enabling greater modular flexibility in wall-to-wall installations as well as moveable, area rug applications.
These plastic squares though small can withstand even the heaviest abuse from a forklift. Also, when laying our tiles with TacTiles on delicate floors like Wood, Granite and Marble, InterfaceFLOR carpet tiles can be laid and removed without damaging the original floor
Dimensions: 10cm x 10cm
Applications: Carpet Installation
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