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Technology and Benefits


Tested for heavy duty

Anti Fray

Clean cut for preventing fraying even when cutting tiles during installation

Thickness Stability

Upon certain pressure, our product will easily getting back into its original form (appearance and thickness)

Anti Slip

Woven fabric surface that gives slip resistance

Color Fastness

Maintain color stability over time

Easy to Clean

Easy to clean with brush and vacuum may do

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Floor Tile Designs


Carola 080

Carola 090

Carola 140

Carola 141

Carola 160

Darana 090

Darana 130

Darana 160

Hyams 031

Hyams 032

Hyams 080

Hyams 120

Hyams 121

Hyams 140

Hyams 160

Hyams 162

Kanaka 040

Kanaka 100

Kanaka 120

Kanaka 140

Kanaka 160

Kanaka 180

Kanaka 190

Saka 160

Saka 161

Saka 181

Saka 183

Saka 184

Veda 130

Veda 140

Veda 170

Veda 180

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6 Modern Patterns - 32 Unique Colors

Customizable Cut Size

We provide you with the best patterns and colors ever. Allowing you to express your creativity in forming your own designs. Bringing you the best experience in crafting your interior.

25 x 100 cm

ThicknessPcs / Boxm2/ BoxKg/m2
4 mm20 Pcs / Box5 m2 / Box2.1 Kg/mM2

50 x 50 cm

ThicknessPcs / Boxm2/ BoxKg/m2
4 mm20 Pcs / Box5 m2 / Box2.1 Kg/mM2

100 x 100 cm

ThicknessPcs / Boxm2/ BoxKg/m2
4 mm10 Pcs / Box10 m2 / Box2.1 Kg/mM2

Easy to Cut

Not enough with the squares and rectangles? Want to have your own shapes? No worries, to comfort your need, our tiles
are easy to cut and applied. Sound impossible? Why don’t you just try and prove it!

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Ideas on How to Tuck the Tiles

Let’s Play
Available in 3 different sizes; 25 x 100 cm, 50 x 50 cm, 100 x 100 cm, we provide you with the limitless Pattern Combinations. Creating fresh and exciting designs excessive your imagination. You may easily pick, glue, and tuck the tiles. Forget the old-fashioned tiles where you need to sweat on composing your tiles. Here are some ideas you may steal from us :

Installation Pattern Ideas:

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Technical Properties

Test Method
Usage Classification
EN ISO 10874
33 Heavy Commercial
Test Method
Body Voltage / Assesment of Static Electrical Propensity
ISO 1815
< 1 kV
Residual Identation of Static Load
EN 433:1994
0.37 mm
Impact Sound Insulation (Acoustic)
ISO 140-8:1997
△ Lw = 20db
Anti Slip Property
EN 13893:2002
Castor Chair Resistance
EN 425:2002
Continous Use
Thermal Resistance
EN 12667:2001
0.065 m2.K/W
Thermal Conductivity
EN 12667:2001
0.0575 W/m.K
Color Fastness to Light
EN 105:B02
Grade 8
Color Fastness to Artificial Weathering
ISO 105:B04
Grade 8
Airbone Sound Absorption
EN ISO 345:2003
Dimension Stability
BS EN 23999:2012
0.06% (X+Y Direction)
Curling After Exposure to Heat
BS EN 23999:2012
0.0 mm
Smoke Density
ASTM E 662
△ 450
Fire Rating or Reaction to Fire
EN 13501-1
ISO 11925-2:2010
EN ISO 9239-1
Class Bfl-S1

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Maintenance Instruction

The Impact of Color Choice
The color of your flooring will directly affects the maintenance requirements. Dirt and stains are less visible on accent shades than solid color (whether light or dark). The location and the amount of traffic will also be a determinant factor. Those are important aspects you need to consider when making a selection.

Work Site Cleaning

  • If the work site has been well protected, deep cleaning only will be sufficient.
  • If the work site has not been well protected, before making a deep cleaning, there are several steps you need to do;
    • Spot the stained areas
    • Determine the nature of the stains
    • Define the correct stain removal solutions based on below guidance

Stain Removing Solution Guide

Stain Removing Solution GuideStain Remover
Traces of acrylic glue and/or fresh paintWhite spirit. After applying the solvent, carefully wipe the tile floor
Drop of dry paint, chewing gumUse a freeze spray and then remove with a spatula
Wine, beer, non-alcoholic beverages, milk, fruit, creamHot water and neutral cleaning agent with a few drops of ammonia if necessary
Chocolate, oil, coffee/tea, grease, tarHot water and powerful alkaline detergent. For tough stains apply a stain such as white spirit. Rinse thoroughly
Shoe / scuff marksRub with a dry rag
Ink, marker, lipstickWhite spirit
RustA neutral cleaning agent
BloodCold water and ammonia
Cigarette burnsScrape with spatula and then apply a few drops of lacquer

3 Types of Effective Maintenance Actions

1. Protection

  • Preventive
    Most dirt come from outdoors, installing walk-off mats that are as wide as the doorway entrance will prevent 80% of the potential dirt before reaching the resilient floor. Stopping dirt at the entrance means less dirt trafficked trough the building. This provide many advantages such as lower cleaning and maintenance cost, and longer life your flooring. To remain effective, ensure that walk-off mats should be cleaned frequently.
  • Protect flooring from potential physical damage
    Legs on furniture with angular or protruding ends or the one which supports heavy weights (large cabinet or tables) should be placed on smooth protective pads to avoid damage to the flooring. Caster on office chairs rolling cabinets and trolley should have soft edge wheels. Replace any hard or angular casters with soft-edged wheels. Never use rubber materials (oil from the rubber can cause permanent discolouration of the flooring)

2. Regular Cleaning

  • Vacuuming
    Vacuum your flooring regularly to remove dust and debris.
  • Spot and Stain Removal
    Stains should be cleaned up as quickly as possible, when they are still fresh-immediately remove cotaminant. Rinse floor with clean water and let it dry.
  • Washing
    Dilute the neutral detergent, using a soft bristle broom and mop the floor with the solution removal. Wait a few minutes and then rinse with clear water. Dry the surface with vacuum cleaner or soft micro fibre rag.

3. Deep Cleaning

  • The area to be treated must first be carefully dusted
  • In case of stained or very dirty areas, spray a solution of diluted detergent according the recommendations on this areas
  • Then fill the water tank of carpet cleaning machine with warm or hot water and a bit of detergent
  • Wash in straight lines along the length of flooring if it all possible
  • This method can be used for regular maintenance, but only treat the heavy traffic areas.

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Maintenance Protocol

Sample Protocol

A Maintenance Protocol

How often you need to clean the flooring mainly depends on its location, which is closely related to the amount of traffic area. We recommend you establish a maintenance protocol that will determine the cleaning frequency for each type of area.

Warning and General Hints

  1. Do not use highly acidic, caustic or solvent agents such as hydrochloric/sulfamic acid, toilet bowl cleaner, paint stripper, benzine, toluol, acetone or strong scouring powders, as these will damage the floor
  2. All flooring should be protected during the construction period. Do not use plastic film, use cardboard or plywood
  3. Adhesive residue may be removed using a clean white cloth dampened with small amounts of mineral turps, carefully follow warning on container, immediately rinse with clean water (test in inconspicuous area first)
  4. Auto scrubbing in unobstructed areas takes approximately 20% of the time of damp mopping. For maximum efficiency use damp mopping in obstructed areas only
  5. Spot mopping/spot scrubbing should be used when necessary