From theatre or stadium visits, casinos, hotels or campsites, dinner or lunch in a restaurant, to relaxing in the sauna. The impact of the interior and the overall ambiance play a crucial role to give the ultimate visitor experience.
From their initial impression at entering the building, right through to where people eat or shop, Flotex is the perfect floor covering to set the tone in your venue.
Flotex is a unique textile floor covering that combines the hard wearing and durable characteristics of a resilient floor with the quality, warmth and comfort of a carpet. Flotex is a strong and hygienic floor, and being completely waterproof, it is also is a the only truly washable textile floor. Explore the collections below or watch the Flotex video for inspiration.
There are nearly 46,000 fibers per in² in Flotex, which provide a slip resistant surface in both wet and dry conditions. Flotex fibers are flexible and comfortable under foot and thanks to their density and strength they return to their original shape.
Flotex looks like a normal carpet floor covering. However, the structure of these textile floor coverings is completely different.
Flotex floor coverings are manufactured with up to 46,000 straight nylon fibers per in². Because the nylon fibers in the Flotex floors are standing straight ahead, they capture fine dust and allergens.
This unique structure ensures these can be released when vacuumed. That is why Flotex is the only textile flooring with a British Allergy Foundation approval.
Loop pile carpet or loose nylon cut pile fibres retain fine dust and allergens, however, they’re not easily released due to the complex nature of the surface pile, which can result in bacterial growth and an unhygienic floor over time.
Flotex offers the quietness and comfort of a carpet but has a better hygienic performance.
Located in the heart of North Florida, The Palms at Ponte Vedra ensures residents will receive the quality care and support they need to live remarkable lives.
Gnarly Burger is a hamburger food chain located in the Stockholm area. They chose different colors of Flotex tiles and planks throughout the restaurant and activity areas.
The White Marmot is divided into a lounge, bar and restaurant area. The existing natural stone floor was not satisfactory because of the poor room acoustics, the sensitivity to moisture caused by the guests' ski boots and the associated risk of slipping. The architects found in Flotex flocked flooring the better alternative.