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Danfloor harnesses waste nylon for carpet collection

The specialist flooring firm's carpets for medical and care home settings are made from Econyl regenerated nylon

In association with
Danfloor's Forest 173 carpet from the Evolution range at Foxhunters Dormy Care Community, Abergavenny.
Danfloor's Forest 173 carpet from the Evolution range at Foxhunters Dormy Care Community, Abergavenny.

Care sector flooring manufacturer Danfloor's Evolution and Economix collections are made from an innovative regenerated nylon yarn called Econyl. 

Econyl is a certified recycled nylon made by recovering nylon waste, including old carpets and fishing nets from the oceans, and turning it into virgin quality nylon. It offers endless possibilities and can be recycled again at the end of its life. Econyl is supplied by synthetic fibre and polymer manufacturer Aquafil.

Creating flooring collections using Econyl regenerated nylon yarn doesn’t mean compromising on performance. The fibre delivers exceptional performance features, including Class 33 heavy commercial use certification, colour-fast solution-dyed fibres, soil and stain-resistant properties and, when combined with Danfloor's Ti Bac impervious textile backing, a spill-safe membrane.

Danfloor takes pride in sourcing the most sustainable and forward-thinking suppliers. Its Evolution collection offers a range of six striking flooring designs, from subtle to bold statement pieces in a selection of on-trend colours, providing the ideal foundation for interior design schemes. Evolution designs can be combined easily with the more tonal Economix collection, creating a perfect foundation for commercial installations.

  • Danfloor's Economix carpet 266 at The Bedale Centre clinic, Bognor Regis.
    Danfloor's Economix carpet 266 at The Bedale Centre clinic, Bognor Regis.
  • Manhattan 461 carpet from Danfloor's Evolution collection at Foxhunters Dormy Care Community, Abergavenny.
    Manhattan 461 carpet from Danfloor's Evolution collection at Foxhunters Dormy Care Community, Abergavenny.
  • Danfloor's Economix carpet 297 at Frickley Mews care home, Pontefract.
    Danfloor's Economix carpet 297 at Frickley Mews care home, Pontefract.
  • Origin 561 carpet from Danfloor's Evolution collection at Foxhunters care home.
    Origin 561 carpet from Danfloor's Evolution collection at Foxhunters care home.
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For free samples, more information and technical support, visit: danfloor.co.uk

 

Contact:

0333 014 3132

sales@danfloor.co.uk


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