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Amtico LVT flooring offers added protection

The firm's Signature and Spacia 36+ luxury vinyl tiles have been developed using slip resistance technology and an active antibacterial ingredient

In association with
Amtico's Spacia 36+ Featured Oak luxury vinyl tiles fitted in a large parquet laying pattern at Aston Villa Football Club.
Amtico's Spacia 36+ Featured Oak luxury vinyl tiles fitted in a large parquet laying pattern at Aston Villa Football Club.

Flooring manufacturer Amtico now offers luxury vinyl tiles (LVT) with added protection, allowing architects, designers and specifiers to create aspirational spaces that meet safety guidelines.

The company's Signature and Spacia  36+ LVT ranges meet the requirements of the BS EN 13845 enhanced slip standard without sacrificing appealing design.

The two ranges are designed and manufactured in the UK and deliver sustained slip resistance. The company uses a unique manufacturing technique to distribute slip-resistant particles throughout the flooring's wear layers, ensuring consistent performance.

Signature and Spacia 36+ tiles are hygienic and easy to maintain. They contain an active ingredient that, under blind independent lab tests, has been shown to resist the growth of bacteria such as MRSA and E. coli throughout the useable lifetime of the floor.

Both ranges feature Amtico’s durable wear layers and patented Quantum Guard surface treatment, reinforcing the flooring's ability to withstand heavy traffic without compromising quality.

  • Herringbone wood-effect Halo Pine and stone-effect Stria Volcanic Signature 36+ luxury vinyl tiles.
    Herringbone wood-effect Halo Pine and stone-effect Stria Volcanic Signature 36+ luxury vinyl tiles.
  • Featured Oak Spacia 36+ luxury vinyl tiles laid in a stripwood laying pattern.
    Featured Oak Spacia 36+ luxury vinyl tiles laid in a stripwood laying pattern.
  • Stone-effect Kura Anise and Kura Caraway Signature 36+ luxury vinyl tiles.
    Stone-effect Kura Anise and Kura Caraway Signature 36+ luxury vinyl tiles.
  • Stone-effect Ceramic Sable and wood-effect Featured Oak Spacia 36+ luxury vinyl tiles.
    Stone-effect Ceramic Sable and wood-effect Featured Oak Spacia 36+ luxury vinyl tiles.
  • Wood-effect Alpine Oak Signature 36+ luxury vinyl tiles. All flooring in the 36+ ranges features a Quantum Guard urethane layer that makes the tiles easy to clean without the need for polish.
    Wood-effect Alpine Oak Signature 36+ luxury vinyl tiles. All flooring in the 36+ ranges features a Quantum Guard urethane layer that makes the tiles easy to clean without the need for polish.
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For more information and technical support, visit amtico.com/signature-36-plus and amtico.com/spacia-36-plus

 

Contact:

0121 745 0800

info@amtico.com


 

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