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Berber Point Fusion

 

 

This Berber Point Fusion Carpet offers a simple sophistication to any décor scheme. Its fine berber texture and compact style is suitable for all heavy-residential applications

The BERBER POINT FUSION range, a fusion between the tried and tested 920 carpet tiles and modern contemporary design. 

The use of Stainproof Miracle Fibre (Polypropylene) makes BERBER HERITAGE particularly easy to maintain.Another jewel in an already superlative crown. Berber Point 920 – now with recycled content! A choice of 27 colours, all with recycled content, and seven new colours to choose from! Berber Point 920 is the good looking, resilient solution for any commercial eco friendly flooring application. Its durability and hard wearing performance has been proven worldwide, making it the standard against which other commercial carpet tile flooring is judged. This combines eco-friendliness with proven colour fastness, long-lasting hardiness and exceptional durability, typical of needle punch carpets

 This carpet is suitable for very heavy traffic areas, such as public buildings, busy offices, restaurants, meeting areas, department stores and schools. Suitable for rooms with underfloor heating. Suitable for business and public buildings. Protect edges with stair nosing. This carpet is colourf ast, stain resistant, anti-microbial, anti-allergenic and is not normally affected by mould or mildew. An equal mixture of clear household bleach and water emoves most stains.

 

 

Specifications:

 

Construction  

Structured Needlepunch

Backing  

ResinBac / NexBac Eco

Fibre Type  

Stainproof Miracle Fibre (Polypropylene) and Stainproof Eco Fibre Blend

Total Thickness  

7mm (±0.5 mm) – 8.5mm (±0.5 mm)

Use Classification  

Heavy Commercial

Width  

50cm x 50cm

Fire index  

2 (SANS 10177 – IV)

Electrostatic Propensity  

Less than 2.0 kV (DIN 66095 Part 4)

VOC  

Pass (GBCSA/GLP/GBCA Criteria

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