Linkfloor, when installation is not a problem

Linkfloor, when installation is not a problem

13 November, 2013

  On the occasion of the last Cersaie fair, L’Antic Colonial launched its latest novelty in technical floors. Linkfloor is a vinyl material that, depending on the model, simulates the look of wood or of carpet-type fabrics. In addition to its resistance (to abrasion, to chemical agents, to stains…) Linkfloor stands out for its quick and easy installation. Mounted on a...

 

On the occasion of the last Cersaie fair, L’Antic Colonial launched its latest novelty in technical floorsLinkfloor is a vinyl material that, depending on the model, simulates the look of wood or of carpet-type fabrics.

In addition to its resistance (to abrasion, to chemical agents, to stains…) Linkfloor stands out for its quick and easy installation. Mounted on a slat format of varying size depending on the line, the pieces have a “Lock” joining system that reduces the installation times.
The pieces simply need to be dropped on the existing floor (removing the previous material is not necessary) and be joined together with the Lock system.
If used as wall covering, it shall have to be applied with glue that ensures it stays fixed.

It is all advantages with this material that, due to its technical characteristics, is ideal for use in refurbishments or high-traffic large areas.

These training videos show how to install Linkfloor both on walls and on floors.

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