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grip md

Standard Coral Grip MD has an open, non-backed, pervious structure, though it can also be manufactured with an Everfort vinyl backing to make it impervious. Both versions are available in 6 solid colours. Coral Grip MD offers excellent cleaning properties for the first metres of your entrance area.

• Contains granulates for maximum non-slip performance
• Cleans of the worst dirt before it can get inside
• Helps protect an inviting interior design street-side
• Suitable for the heaviest commercial use
• Ideal for outside and inside entrance

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Coral Grip MD

Entrance zones

Entrance zones

Creating a good entrance flooring involves thinking about footfall – the number of people walking in and out in a given period – and walking routes (the directions they take once inside) and applying that information in the design of the entrance area. We have defined 3 entrance zones to plan in your entrance flooring solution:

Application 1: Outside use
Any matting placed outside the building entrance is the first line of defence against foot-borne soil, scraping the coarsest dirt from the soles of shoes before they cross the threshold.

Application 2: Inside use
Moving inside, the next line of defence, is used to remove foot-borne moisture and finer dirt particles.

Application 3: Other circulation areas
Other areas in the building also suffer from soil and moisture; reception areas, corridors, walkways, elevators, staircase exits, etc. All these areas will be prone to residual soiling and will benefit highly from a purposely designed Coral entrance mat to absorb this soiling.

3 entrance flooring applications

Coral Calculator

Coral Calculator

Fill out some data about the usage of your entrance floor application and the Coral calculator will advise you on the best Coral entrance floor for your application Coral Calculation Tool

Coral calculator

Brochure & video

Brochure & video

Would you like to read more about our Coral entrance mats download here the Coral Brochure

or watch our Coral video to learn more.

Coral Brochure

Environment

Coral & the environment

Our search for new ways to reduce our environmental impact has led us to work very closely with forward thinking suppliers who are able to incorporate ever higher levels of recycled content in their materials.

In most of our Coral floor coverings we use Econyl® 100%-regenerated yarn. Econyl® is made using reprocessed industrial waste and post consumer waste. Abandoned fishing nets are one of the sources. Using Econyl® is a way to reduce existing waste, avoid additional manufacturing related pollution, and keep the consumption of natural resouces and energy to a minimium.

The toughest environmental problems are the ones that can’t be seen. One of the worst is the “submerged” problem of abandoned fishing nets. These nets, the world over, drift for months or years, ensnaring and killing whales and turtles, birds and marine mammals.

Coral & the environment

Installation & floorcare

Coral Classic

LRV & NCS

LRV & NCS

Download here the Coral NCS & LRV document

What is LRV & NCS?
In architecture, Light Reflectance Value (LRV), is a measure of the percentage of visible and usable light that is reflected from a surface when illuminated by a light source. The LRV can be linked to a number of decisions on which colour can be chosen. The approximate LRV of a colour indicates the amount of visible light that a colour will reflect. Black has a light reflectance value of 0% and absorbs all light. White has a light reflectance value of 100% and keeps a building light and cool. It also links to the use of electricity where lighter colours need less lighting which is a direct saving for the environment. All Forbo products carry a light reflection value, which can be found on the collection pages with the description of each item.

NCS colour coding describes the colour of any material. With numeric colour codes, so called NCS Notations, such as NCS S 1080-Y70R, any colour can be described precisely. NCS has defined 1950 standardised colours at every tenth step of the colour space to represent the entire colour space. Each notation's colour sample is visually identical to any other colour sample of the same notation, whether it is a standardised colour or a colour in between the 1950 standard colours. This way you can find matching flooring colours with other coloured items in a room.

LRV&NCS