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TOMORROW’S PRODUCTS


We take a look at some of the latest products in the flooring industry...


ATKINSON & KIRBY ANNOUNCE NEW


PRODUCT ADDITIONS Leading flooring manufacturer, Atkinson & Kirby, has recently added a range of new products to their already extensive flooring portfolio.


Their luxury Diamond Plus Range, which was a winner in the Tomorrow’s Flooring Product Awards 2013, has seen six new additions, all of which combine the attractive aesthetic look of reclaimed wood with the durability and wear of a new hardwood floor.


The Lancashire-based company has also extended their Diamond Range, with two new solid boards: handscraped Antique Oak, finished with natural unstained aluminium oxide matt lacquer which dramatically increases the life of the floor and a 150mm wide lacquered Oak in lengths up to 1.8m.


Along with the additions to the wood flooring portfolio, the company has also added a new product to their LivLoc Luxury Click


RAW BEAUTY FROM OSMO Osmo UK, the eco- friendly wood and finishes experts, has introduced Polyx-Oil Tints Raw, a lightly tinted finish that provides an original, untreated appearance for wooden floors. Desired by many homeowners, this finish not only creates a sought-after look, but also protects the wood’s surface.


Based on the original Polyx-Oil product, it retains the natural beauty and character of the wood in a perfect way. Easy to use and apply, Polyx-Oil Tints


Vinyl Range. The new plank Driftwood has been developed in response to the growing demand for floors with an neutral grey look. All LivLoc products are water resistant and 5mm thick with a 0.5 mm wear layer, making it a great choice


for both residential and commercial installations.


www.akirby.co.uk www.livloc.co.uk


Raw is the ideal DIY product for customers who wish to retain the wood’s original look. By accentuating the natural colour and grain of the wood, the surface appears as near to natural as possible. The floor remains microporous and can be touched up to cover any abrasions without a problem. Simply apply two coats of Polyx-Oil Tints Raw and your new, improved and unique flooring is ready to show off. If any abrasions appear, the finish is easy to touch up and leaves no visible marks.


TIMBMET GUIDE LAUNCHED Leading UK timber distributor, Timbmet, has published a comprehensive guide to its premium Commercial and Domestic flooring product range. The 20- page full colour brochure


details Tavernflor® hardwood, Legacy® Silkflor®


solid ,


, Silkflor PREM


and Silkflor Vintage engineered hardwood floors. All are available in unfinished, oiled or lacquered finishes.


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Meeting the requirements of both EN 71.3 and DIN 53160, Polyx-Oil is suitable for humans, animals and plants.


Finishing your floors with Polyx-Oil creates a durable water and dirt resistant surface. The natural renewable ingredients in this product guarantee an even colour spreading and an overall pleasing finish.


The new brochure also includes information on Timbmet’s Lobo vinyl plank flooring, which has the aesthetic appeal of solid wood but is scratch, indentation and slip resistant. It is also naturally sound absorbent and offers easy maintenance.


Founded in 1990, Osmo UK has gone from strength to strength, and today exclusively handles the sales, service, support and distribution of Osmo’s premium quality wood finishes and flooring solutions to the UK’s flooring retailer, contractor and contract flooring markets.


www.osmouk.com


To complete the range, Timbmet provide a selection of Parallel Mouldings; a White Oak scotia bead and a Hardwood Oak radiator pipe cover. Complementing the company’s flooring offer is the Bona range of Care and Maintenance products.


www.timbmet.com www.tomorrowsflooring.com


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