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Keen to demonstrate its own manufacturing skills, Timberagents has chosen DOMOTEX 2020 to unveil the company's first XXL outdoor tile to be developed in-house.13 Nov 2019 Trendspot Editorial Office
Most notably renowned as an international importer of indoor and outdoor floor coverings, Timberagents offers LVTs, parquet flooring and solid boards made of oak - not to mention decking boards made from hardwood and WPCs.
The focus of the booth at DOMOTEX 2020 is on indoor flooring and mainly on the area of design flooring / click vinyl. In addition to products such as SPC Klick Vinyl, a novelty will also be shown, a design covering based on a new carrier material (MGO). The carrier is extremely dimensionally stable and can even be installed in winter gardens. The top layer is made of HPL, which not only makes it a completely plasticizer. and PVC-free plank is offered, but also an abrasion class of AC43 is achieved, which currently only design coverings with wear layers beyond 0.7 millimeters actually achieve. The new carrier technology has also been specially tested for its fire resistance and can be used in objects without any problems.
Timberagents has decided to venture into new pastures from simply being an importer of floor coverings. In the run-up to DOMOTEX 2020 in Hannover, the flooring specialist is now revealing its first product to be developed and manufactured in-house, hailing it a unique ceramic-topped XXL tile designed for outdoor use. Measuring 240 by 120 centimeters with a total thickness of just twelve millimeters, this tile boasts truly impressive dimensions thanks to the combination of a six-millimeter ceramic layer and particularly tough composites. The selected composite materials keep the entire board’s weight to just 55 kilograms, making it easy for two people to handle. What's more, the design means it can also bear heavy loads. In fact, GREEN DECK is even said to withstand steel balls being dropped from a height of around 170 centimeters in test conditions. Last but not least, the XXL tile is laid onto a special aluminum substructure, eliminating the need to spend time putting down a conventional bed of gravel.
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