Aspecta is a dry back (glue down) LVT range where the difference is in the detail: The 3,2mm thick vinyl boasts a 0,7mm ceramic bead coated wear layer and a super matt urethane finish. There is a wide variety of designs, plus the product boasts unmatched sustainability credentials and unrivalled guarantees.
According to information from Traviata, Aspecta offers 33 stone and masonry tile patterns that fit seamlessly between counter in contemporary and digital designs. There are 52 wood grains in a wide range of embossing and textures and large plank and print width for unparalleled realism. The 24 abstracts are certain to attract some attention. This brilliantly bold alternative to wood and stone offers unlimited combinations and opportunities with sizes and finishes that will bring any project to life. The ranges are complimented by 13 different embossing options.
Aspecta is manufactured from 100% virgin vinyl (which is 100% recyclable) and non-phthalate plasticisers. This, together with the manufacturer’s social, economic and environmental responsibility programs, has seen the product being awarded accreditation by the US Green Building Council and Floor Score accreditation for indoor air quality. It is also the only flooring in the world to be granted the ANSI/NSF 332 (sustainability assessment standard for resilient flooring) platinum certificate for sustainability.
Aspecta is supported by a state of the art website in seven languages offering an array of tools, calculators, and downloadable apps. There is also a unique function where samples can be ordered on-line and will be dispatched in 24 hours. For the specifier, there is a high class boxed set of range samples and a 44-page full colour brochure. Aspecta has an on-line presence on all platforms including You Tube and Pintrest.
Aspecta is suitable for all domestic, commercial and light industrial applications and carries a 25 year commercial product warranty. It is also perfectly suited to the education, healthcare, hospitality, retail and corporate segments. There is a sliding scale labour cost guarantee where, in the event of failure, you are covered for the cost of removal and replacement over and above the material.