Tiles 4 All offers a wide range of Semi- flexible Vinyl Tiles in a Variety of Colours, Designs and Gauges/Thicknesses
Semi-flexible vinyl floor tiles available in 3 gauges and a range of 18 standard colours to meet the most demanding requirements in terms of tone and shade. Floorflex complements any interior design scheme with its tremendous long-lasting characteristics and aesthetics.
- - Durable.
- - SANS 581 mark bearing.
- - 100% recyclable.
- - 70% natural.
- - Low carbon footprint.
- - Locally manufactured.
Floorflex should be installed in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations. Sub-floors must be smooth, hard, clean, and dry before laying commences. Uneven, solid or suspended timber floors may need preparation to meet the required standard. In case of direct to earth concrete, a damp proof membrane must be incorporated into the sub-floor. Floorflex tiles must be allowed to relax for 24 hours in a uniform room temperature between 18°C and 27°C prior to installation. All sub-floors must be tested for moisture content prior to installation. The recommended adhesive for Floorflex tiles is FloorworX No. 62 acrylic adhesive. It is essential that during the course of installation the material be rolled in both directions with an articulated 68kg three section metal floor roller.
Supply and fix 1.6mm/2.0mm/2.5mm thick x 300mm x 300mm Floorflex semi-flexible vinyl tiles manufactured in accordance with SANS 581 and laid in FloorworX No. 62 acrylic adhesive which has been spread using a trowel fitted with an A2 notched blade at a rate of between 5.5m2 and 6.5m2 per litre on a previously prepared Class 1 sub floor in accordance with SANS 10070, using FloorworX Self Leveller when required, including all cutting and waste. The flooring must be rolled in both directions with an articulated 68kg three-sectional roller immediately after it has been laid into the adhesive.
If an installation is large and material has to be stored on site, the following precautions should be taken:
– Storage area should be clean, dry and environmentally stable (18 ºC – 23ºC).
– Tiles should be stacked at a maximum of 5 boxes per stack on a smooth floor.
– Sheeting rolls should stand upright.
– No heavy material should be placed on top of rolls or stacked boxes.