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TOMORROW’S PRODUCTS


ITEC REVS UP FOR of contemporary resilient


HARLEY DAVIDSON Some 350m2


flooring from Itec Contract Floors, now covers the floors of the Harley Davidson section at the specialist M&P motorcycle parts and accessories showroom in Swansea. The flooring not only sets off the world-famous bikes to perfection, but acts as an integral part of the venue’s industrial-inspired interior scheme.


Chosen in modern grey Papilio 697 from the popular Concept Cemento collection, the new flooring was supplied by MCD Wales, and fitted by Artisan Flooring Ltd of Swansea. It provides an on-trend appearance to ensure that the floor looks just as good as the legendary motorcycles. Featuring a 0.7mm wear layer that is treated with HyperGuard+PUR, Papilio 697 is renowned for its exceptional durability and its ability to withstand even the highest footfall.


Mark Stevens, Director of Artisan Flooring Ltd., said: “M&P approached us looking for a floor surface that complemented its existing stripped- back and industrial design scheme, and, after carefully considering many samples from Itec Contract Floors, we finally settled on the Concept Cemento


PRECISION IN A HANDY PACKAGE


WITH FISCO There’s a whole new level of technology in a set of new tapes from Fisco. All are stamped with the ‘Hultafors Tools’ hallmark of quality and reliability, and you’ll experience a whole new dimension of precision and ease of use in the two new ranges.


There’s the robust and durable ‘PR’ Short Tapes, which have ergonomic, high-impact cases with a rubber coating for optimum grip. What makes them so different from similar products on the market, is the high-quality precision mechanism – smooth and silent with an effective brake, lock and an easy-glide, plus a gentle return action.


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in Papilio 697, due to its contemporary metallic grey finish. Complementing the pared-down interior finishes and fittings within the showroom, such as the industrial-style cabinets housing clothing and accessories, as well as contrasting with the natural wood countertops and desk areas, Papilio 697 delivers a striking look, and ensures that the Harley Davidson section really stands out.”


Simple to maintain, the new flooring requires minimal maintenance, despite the fact that many bikes are taken out for test-drives and then wheeled back into the facility for cleaning.


This ease of cleaning is a major benefit for large venues that experience


With similar built-in ergonomics, the new slim ’SL Short Tapes’ fit perfectly in your pocket. They’ve got high-impact cases that combine hard-wearing reliability with ease of use. Like the ‘PR Tapes,’ the mechanism is as smooth as you’ll find anywhere.


Both sets of Fisco Tapes are available in different lengths and have tough, wear- resistant blades with inkjet-graduated points, to ensure precise measuring whatever the job. To cap it all, there’s a handy bump stop on the return action with a special anti-wear function.


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high volumes of traffic, and, as Mark Collings, Managing Director of M&P, Swansea, explained, was a significant contributing factor which led to the floor’s specification: “When refurbishing the Harley Davidson area, we required the new flooring to be hardwearing and in keeping with the stylish décor of the showroom as a whole. However, it also had to be easy to keep looking good by members of staff in-between visits by specialist cleaners.”


www.itecfloors.co.uk


www.tomorrowsflooring.com


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