Need a high-quality, durable carpet that can withstand anything that´s thrown at it? Introducing Schatex Traffic, a carpet that´s built to last! With its wear class of 33, it´s built to withstand high foot-traffic and all wear and tear. This flooring is ideal for the commercial sector, and can be used in offices, hotels, department stores, exhibitions or trade show stands. This flooring also works in areas of your home that need extra durability. Use it in your entryways, hallways, basement, or home office. This carpet is available in 4 classy colours that can match any space and any environment. Choose between shades such as serious Grey for your office, Blue for your basement, or warm Beige for your hotel lobby. But why stick with one colour when you can have them all? Mix and match colours to create unique patterns and designs like stripes, checker board or highlight certain areas of your space. The carpet tiles all come in the size of 50 x 50 cm, which makes it easy to unleash your inner designer and create a floor that no one else has!
Not only does Schatex Traffic offer endless design options, but it´s also packed with features that will greatly benefit your space. It has a fireproof class of Cfl-s1, and in the event of a fire, it emits a small amount of transparent, nontoxic smoke. This makes it a great safety feature that you can add to your space for your own peace of mind. This flooring also works great with in-floor heating, because there´s nothing better than a warm, soft floor in the wintertime! Great for offices, this flooring is treated with an antistatic treatment, which will keep you and your electronic equipment safe. Installation is made easy thanks to its unique loose lay method. To install the floor, simply lay it down and it will only move when you want it to! Before you install the flooring, ensure that your floor is free from dust and old adhesives. Determine the center of the room and begin laying your floor from the center out. For extra sturdiness, apply double-sided tape along the edges of the walls. It´s not recommended to glue the tiles down to your floor, but you can attach the tiles together using our handy TacTiles.