How To Choose A Sheet Vinyl or Tile Floor
In choosing the style and construction of sheet vinyl or tile flooring
for your application, there are several basic options you need to
high traffic with superior durability and performances; solid
vinyl composition won't delaminate.
tough wearlayers for high performance and felt composition backing
for easy installation.
prevent slips and falls and comes in an easy-to-clean, attractive
intricate designs and a cushion layer, combining texture and
Composition Tile- (VCT)
durable and economical in a broad range of colors and designs
containing recycled vinyl content.
There are basically two visuals:
Replicate the beauty found in natural materials -- low gloss and
texture patterns create the most realistic ceramic, stone and wood
visuals in resilient flooring.
Or replicate the timeless and stylish classic look with high gloss
materials to appear as polished marble, granite or ceramic.
Light, moderate, heavy, extra heavy.
Four traffic ratings direct you to the right flooring for your environment,
ranging from private offices with light traffic to corridors and
institutional settings with extra heavy traffic.
20 mils, 55 mils, 66 mils, 80 mils, 1/8 inch.
The thickness of the wearlayer affects wear performance.
The thicker the wearlayer, the more resistant the floor will be
The thickness of the floor determines many of its performance characteristics.
Thicker vinyl floors provide:
cushioning and comfort underfoot
All measurements are nominal.
Hospitality, retail, education, healthcare, offices.
Keyed to specific settings, the above labels will guide you in matching
floor types to your exact needs, based on expected wear.
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