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BinylPRO: fl ooring with 100 hours of water protection The floor that gives you one less thing to worry about


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Decor featured: 1531 Aramis Oak 1535 Stratos Oak (NL) 1531 Aramis Oak (NL) 1538 Alamos Oak (HC)


These beautiful floors are ideal for busy living with an engineered resistance to splashes and spills. So don’t worry about the mess makers, BinylPRO flooring has an enhanced ability to withstand liquids for longer, more than a hundred hours in fact, and features integrated water splash protection on innovative, organic core boards. Available in eight contemporary decors particularly suitable for bathrooms and kitchens, this is laminate flooring that will preserve its good looks and is guaranteed for 30 years in a residential setting ( 5 years commercial ). What‘s more, this is a carbon neutral and PVC free product, and that makes BinylPRO environmentally friendly too.


1530 Dartagnan Oak (RF)


1523 Mayan Oak (NL)


Kronospan Limited, Chirk, Wrexham, LL14 5NT Phone: 01691 773361 Email: sales@kronospan.co.uk Available from March 2020


https://www.binyl-flooring.com/en/binyl-pro#gref 1539 Clayborne Oak (HC)


1527 Moon Slate (OS) 1526 Brecon Slate (OS) To order samples, email: sales@kronospan.co.uk www.kronospan.com THE FLOOR THAT TAKES IT ALL Made by Kronospan


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