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PERFORMANCE The new Object collection of solution-dyed broadloom and TEXtiles carpet tiles by Vorwerk is set to transform commercial interiors with its three sustainable and high- performance tufted designs; Ancona, Frisea and Varia.

Created for architects, designers and specifiers working on commercial projects with tight deadlines, the Object SD collection is available from stock in all colours, whether broadloom or carpet tiles.

Crafted from a choice of high-quality polyamide or 100% recycled nylon Econyl yarn, both broadloom carpet and TEXtile carpet tiles are supplied with a fully textile

heavy comfort backing. Completely free from bitumen and PVC, this coaTEX heavy backing is made from around 75% recycled material, and delivers high levels of underfoot comfort for a more luxurious finish.

Offering a discreet textured loop pile, Ancona is available in eight speckled bold colours including grey, navy blue and green. In the same muted colour palette, Varia has a tufted velours pile, and Frisea provides a tufted frisé texture in a wider range of 17 colours including lighter shades of rust red and mustard beige.

“The Object SD collection has been designed to

SIKA HAS IT ALL Helping professionals make light work of jobs in and around homes, Sika is able to offer a wide range of unrivalled products to suit.

Sika’s extensive tile adhesive and grout range offers the tradesman something for practically any job. The wide range includes both pre-mixed and ready to mix tile adhesives and grouts that can be used on internal and external walls and floors.

For a fast setting tile adhesive that is suitable for both internal and external use, Sika Ceram Rapid Set is ideal. For a water resistant floor grout that can be used for both interior and exterior use, Sika Floor Flexible Tile Grout is ideal. To bond

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offer specifiers and designers a go-to range of carpet tiles and broadloom to suit all kinds of commercial interiors,” commented Ian Hammond, UK Director, Vorwerk Carpets. “Providing exceptional performance,

it is also an ideal range for those looking for environmentally conscious products.”

stone, porcelain and larger format tiles to walls or floors, Sika Ceram Stone and Porcelain and Large Format Tile adhesive is specifically designed to do just this. Sika’s Ceram Non-slip Showerproof Tile Adhesive is also suitable for larger or heavier tiles due to its non-slip properties. For an instant grab, water based adhesive with an ultra strong fix, MaxTack is the ideal solution. To fill and seal internal and external cracks and gaps, Sikaflex EBT is the go-to choice. As a multi-purpose adhesive, sealant and filler that is water resistant, non-corrosive and boasts a fast curing rate, Sikaflex EBT can be used in a wide range of building and

the perfect product to use prior to decorating and painting.

Finally, Sika also offers a comprehensive wood floor bonding range that offers the builder a one-stop shop. The comprehensive range is developed to deliver full surface bonding with solid and engineered wood floors, depending on the product in question, Sika’s wood floor bonding range is quick and easy to use and provides a professional finish.

maintenance situations and can bond to most types of building materials from concrete, brick, mortar, wood, metal, glass, resins and plastics. For an overpaintable adhesion that blends in smoothly with its surroundings, Sika’s Decorators Caulk is

From tile adhesives and wood floor bonding products to standard adhesives and fillers, Sika has it all.

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