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Brand new for 2012, the Axento range of acoustic contract flooring from Itec Contract Floors brings stunning style into


commercial environments looking to reduce noise.


Available in two striking collections, Axento Timber and Axento Design, the range consists of a wide assortment of durable and sound resistant vinyl flooring options. With 18db impact sound insulation and made for heavy commercial acoustic use (Class 33), Axento is ideal for high-traffic areas in a large range of


locations including in the hospitality, corporate, retail and education sectors.


The 16 all-new patterns in the Axento Design range offer a contrasting selection of bright acid and neutral colours with crosshatch patterns that will bring vibrancy and character to a range of commercial locations. Axento Timber consists of a variety of realistic wood-effect options in a range of colours that have been specifically designed to complement other existing Itec commercial finishes for a more optimised product selection.


Jason Barrett, National Sales Manager, explained,


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the element of water; transforming both the exterior and interior into a spectacular sculptured space where it appears that water has morphed and smoothed each and every detail. The Ultratop flooring system provided a fluid final aesthetic that was integral with the theme, offering a highly polished look.


The Ultratop cementitious flooring system comprised of


Mapei products have recently been utilised in the ROCA London Gallery situated close to Chelsea Harbour. Mapei’s Ultratop cementitious flooring system and Keraflex ceramic adhesive, which has no vertical slip and an


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extended open time making it ideal for areas with a high level of foot traffic, were used across the 1,100m2 single floor in the project designed by Zaha Hadid Architects and installed by Resin Flooring Specialists.


Inspiration was taken from


Primer SN; a two component epoxy filling primer, Quartz 1.2; Ultratop Anthracite, Keraseal transparent sealant and Mapelux wax. Ultratop is a quick setting, self-levelling mortar based on special hydraulic binders, with a


high mechanical strength for abrasion-resistant floors from 5- 40mm. It can be left as a finished floor and is perfect for areas subject to heavy pedestrian use such as busy retail outlets.


Available in a range of colours, Ultratop provides the ultimate palette for designing strong, unique and aesthetic floors for retail, supermarket, restaurant and showroom use. Mixed with Dynastone Color or natural aggregates, Ultratop may be used to create floors similar in appearance to Terrazzo. After three days it can be dry polished to a completely smooth, unique finish, as was desired at the ROCA Gallery.


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“This new range of acoustic flooring offers sound- reducing technology and is ideal for large, busy spaces. With a wide array of stylish new designs and an emphasis on increased product choice, Axento will suit all kinds of commercial areas and will provide contractors and installers with a resilient, heavy-duty and high-performance vinyl floor.”


Suitable for hot or cold welding with a high resistance to chemicals and good slip-resistance (R10), Axento comes in two or four metre widths.


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