Allura Puzzle is available in 12 beautiful designs, ranging from realistic wood to stone and concrete effects. The tiles are connected by a tight puzzle connection that is barely noticeable after installation. Installation is quick and easy, resulting in low downtime. Allura Puzzle can handle small irregularities in subfloors, never requires adhesives and can be used in the most demanding environments. Allura Puzzle floors are fully recyclable and thus ready for the circular economy.
Allura Puzzle is often used in supermarkets, public areas and other demanding high-traffic applications. The floor will pleasantly surprise with its performance, appearance and the ease and speed of loose lay installation.
Forbo's Allura Puzzle luxury vinyl tiles are easy to install, clean and maintain.
Download here the
Allura Cleaning & Maintenance instructions
Allura Puzzle installation guidance note
Or watch the Allura Puzzle installation video
Forbo offers compatible Coral entrance flooring to keep your Allura floor clean for longer.
Every project is different and has its own specific demands. This can be in relation to the subfloor, the volume of traffic that passes through, or the size of the project. Within our Allura LVT portfolio we offer solutions for all types of applications. Depending on the requirements for your project, you can choose for a specific vinyl tiles construction: fully adhered, loose lay, tackified loose lay, click connected or puzzle connected loose lay.
In addition, there is Allura Decibel, our silent hero. Allura Decibel offers the looks and performance of our other Allura floors and meets 19 dB acoustic requirements.
The images below show the unique characteristics of each floor type and how the different constructions are built up.
How to specify your order?
Each Allura collection has a unique identifier that indicates the construction:
● DR7 - Allura Dryback wear layer 0.70 mm
● DR5 - Allura Dryback wear layer 0.55 mm
● DR4 - Allura Dryback wear layer 0.40 mm
● FL1 - Allura Flex wear layer 1.0 mm
● FL5 - Allura Flex wear layer 0.55 mm
● CL5 - Allura Click Pro wear layer 0.55 mm
● PZ7 - Allura Puzzle wear layer 0.70 mm
● AD8 – Allura Decibel wear layer 0.80 mm
● AD3 – Allura Decibel wear layer 0.35 mm
Each colour has a colourway number, like 60284. Add the code above as a suffix behind the colourway number to specify your required Allura construction.
Example: you want the dark twine in Allura Flex with wear layer thickness 0.55 mm. Take the colourway number of dark twine which is 63655, and add FL5 behind the number: 63655FL5.
The unique puzzle shaped tiles of Allura Puzzle are quick to install without the need for adhesives and are easy to remove, re-use and recycle. Allura Puzzle floors require minimal subfloor preparation, are quick to install and immediately ready for use. The strong and stable puzzle connection between the large tile formats provides excellent dimensional stability. Ideal for loose lay installations in high-traffic areas such as supermarkets and public spaces.
Allura Puzzle is offered in puzzle shape tiles of 96x96 cm with a 0.7 mm wear layer and a total thickness of 5 mm.
The Allura Puzzle collection contains 12 different designs.
• Easy to remove, re-use and recycle
• Minimal subfloor preparations
• Well-balanced palette in realistic wood and concrete
• Ideal for retail and temporary, fast-flooring solutions
• Large tile format
• High traffic solution with strong puzzle connection
• Flat for sure, guaranteed
• Install and walk
Download here the overview of the Allura Puzzle NCS & LRV values
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 a 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. LRV also links to the use of electricity where lighter colours need less lighting, which is a direct saving for the environment. All Forbo floor coverings carry a light reflection value, which can be found in the text next to the enlargement of the tabletop and in the NCS & LRV values document.
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 10th 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.
The 'Natural Colour System' NCS has been developed in order to identify the colour value, its intensity and hue for a product. By using the NCS measurement system, colours and colour groups can be identified and matched regardless of the material that has been used. In this way colour coordinates for different aspects of the interior of a building can be determined. All Forbo Flooring products carry an NCS code, which can be found next to the enlargement of the tabletop and in our download center.