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Tarkett Marley Floors

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Tarkett Marley Floors is known for providing resilient floorcoverings for many purposes, as seen here at St John’s Primary School in Co Durham, which opened this year, fitted with Tarkett’s safety floors throughout all the wet areas. It has now added a new acoustic floorcovering to its Tapiflex range.
Tapiflex Commercial Wood has a high-density foam backing with closed cells, which gives significant
sound-reduction properties and also provides a cushion under foot for comfort and shock absorbency.
It has been designed to offer high-performance, cost effectiveness and low life-cycle costs, and is available in a choice of five wood designs. The rich, saturated colours and the texture of the floor can be used in any setting to create a comfortable ambience, but are particularly conducive to the care,
leisure and retail sectors. All the raw materials used in Tapiflex Commercial Wood have been selected to conserve natural resources and limit environmental impact. It a PUR-reinforced wear layer, which increases its resistance to abrasion and scuffing and also reduces the cleaning and maintenance necessary. It also has a builtin santised treatment, which protects it from premature ageing caused by micro-organisms and offers hygiene benefits important to nurseries, day-care centres and restaurants.
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