PRODUCTS We take a look at some of the latest produ AMTICO INTRODUCES

VERSATILE NEW FORM Amtico has unveiled its new Form collection of distinctive and highly textured LVT flooring to suit a variety of commercial applications, including hospitality, retail, office and healthcare environments. Its toughened 0.7mm upper wear layer provides all the resilience and long-lasting properties that Amtico is known for, while the heavy embossing on the surface imbues the tiles with the authentic, distressed appearance of real wood and stone.

The new Amtico Form collection consists of three key palettes. The Artisan Embossed Wood palette comprises 12 wood grains in soft to warm, neutral and deep grey oak tones, and with hand-crafted embossing, the tiles come in 152.4 x 914.4mm planks. The Natural Wood Grain Emboss emulates the linear grain texture of wood in 10 shades, from cool grey, through to warm amber, and planks


NEWPORT PRIMARY Concrete effect Silentflor acoustic sheet vinyl flooring from UK manufacturer Polyflor was chosen to refurbish the reception area at St Andrew’s Primary School in Newport, South Wales.

Installed by Cardiff-based Parker Flooring Supplies, 84m² of Silentflor flooring in the Dark Grey Concrete design was fitted in the primary school’s reception, meeting room and office areas. This project was headed up by facilities management and contract services provider Newport Norse.

Andrew Herrington, Architectural Designer at Newport Norse, comments: “The project brief was to provide a modern and inspiring reception to reflect the aspirations of the head teacher to provide the best environment


Amtico Form is constructed of five key layers, including the high-density 0.7mm upper wear layer, which provides both impact resistance and high clarity, with unique realistic embossings. The design layer is composed of carefully crafted print films that create the Amtico Wood and Stone product designs.

are available in 177.8 x 1220.4mm and 235 x 1505mm sizes. Finally, the Contemporary Ceramic design reflects a sophisticated, pared-back style in six tones, and comes in wider tiles measuring 304.8 x 609.6mm with 3mm width stripping.

for the parents and children to be in. The flooring had to be both hard wearing and help with acoustics. The original supplier was unable to provide a suitable product, but a call to Polyflor who hold large amounts of stock were able to fulfil the requirements within a very tight timeframe.”

Made in the UK, the Silentflor range includes 36 stunning designs in a 3.7mm gauge and 0.65mm wear layer sheet format. The collection’s eight contemporary concrete and 12 abstract designs have been specifically developed to achieve a modern on- trend look.

Silentflor is a robust, beautifully designed collection that achieves 19dB impact sound reduction and has been expertly created for a wide range of heavy traffic commercial interiors, such as installations in the education sector. The product’s acoustic layer provides warmth and cushioning

Louisa Eyles, Commercial Marketing Manager at Amtico, said: “Amtico Form combines stylish good looks with high performance, and offers architects, designers and specifiers a real alternative when they seek a design-led, high-quality product at a reasonable price point. In introducing the new Form collection, Amtico has once again demonstrated its commitment to its commercial partners, and provided a product to suit all their specification needs.”

Amtico Form comes with a long-term 12-year commercial warranty against wear-out alongside its commercial performance specification.

underfoot as well as reducing the effects of impact sound travelling through a building.

For ease of maintenance, Silentflor is enhanced with Polyflor PUR, Polyflor’s exclusive and robust polyurethane reinforcement which is cross linked and UV cured to provide superior cleaning benefits.

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