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A BROAD CHOICE OF COLOR AND DECORATION OPTIONS

“Since 1950s, Polyflor has enjoyed significant growth, with extensive overseas operations and a wide-ranging product offer. Today the company offers a broad choice of products including homogeneous and heterogeneous vinyl, luxury vinyl tiles, safety, static control and rubber floorcoverings. ”

Polyflor is a major international supplier of vinyl and rubber floor coverings based near Manchester, England. Part of the James Halstead Flooring Group, Polyflor has been manufacturing floorcoverings since the 1950s, when it was a pioneer in the development of homogeneous vinyl floor coverings. Since then, the company has enjoyed significant growth, with extensive overseas operations and a wide-ranging product offer. Polyflor’s flooring portfolio offers a broad choice of colour, decoration and performance options. It includes homogeneous and heterogeneous vinyl, luxury vinyl tiles, safety, static control and rubber floorcoverings.

With excellent durability, ease of maintenance and endless design possibilities, Polyflor floorcoverings provide the ideal flooring solution for a wide variety of applications. Polyflor is specified into sectors such as healthcare, education, retail, commercial, leisure, transport and modular buildings, as well as specialist industries such as pharmaceuticals and electronics. Polyflor is a quality-driven organization with the manufacturing processes and systems obtaining ISO 9001 accreditation. The company test their products to a wide range of international standards to back-up their performance.

The environmental impact of its operations is an issue of major importance to Polyflor. The company achieves ISO 14001 and its facilities are regularly monitored by external auditors to ensure the accreditation is maintained. Polyflor are constantly making improvements in areas such as waste, energy usage, recycling, transportation and floor maintenance.

The company’s continuing success is built upon strong relationships with its extensive network of distribution partners throughout the world. This is especially true in Turkey, where hard work between Polyflor and Tusa has been translated into some high profile installations. Recent Turkish projects completed in the last 12 months include Medicana Provate Hospital, Istanbul with 31.000 sqm,

Lokman Hekim Hospital with 12.000 sqm and American Hospital, Istanbul with 7.000 sqm.

Polyflor matches floors to ceilings in Learning Cafe

Sweeping curves of brightly coloured sheet vinyl flooring from commercial flooring specialist Polyflor Ltd have been employed to mirror the shapes and shades of suspended ceiling panels in the new Learning Cafe at London’s City and Islington College.

Yellow, green and beige colourways from the Polyflor XL PU range and a terracotta from the Polyflor 2000 PUR collection were specified by canteen designers Splash Design of Marple, Cheshire, and installed by flooring contractors Bennett’s Furnishers of Manchester. “We wanted the floor design to reflect the curves and colours of the canteen ceiling and the Polyflor ranges proved ideal both in terms of colour choice and overall performance in use,” said Kathryn Maund, Capital Project and M&E Contract Manager, at the college.

In addition to a wide colour choice, both products offer significant reductions in maintenance costs and both feature homogeneous monolayer construction for 100% useful life.

Polyflor XL PU and Polyflor 2000 PUR meet the performance requirements of EN 649 and, fully tested to fire safety standard EN 13501-1, are certified as Class Bfl-S1, achieving the criteria EN ISO 9239-1 and the mandatory requirement of EN ISO 11925-2 pass.

In common with all Polyflor sheet vinyl floorcoverings, both can be welded at the seams and to coved skirtings to create continuous, impervious surfaces which offer no sanctuary to dirt and bacteria.

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