Introducing the Industrial Floor Range from TekTile Australia

The TekTile Industrial Range was developed with the needs of the automotive industry in mind.
TekTile says its research and development team has ensured its products boast features including non-slip and chemical resistance, noise and dust reduction and provide a level of insulation to cold concrete slabs.
They can be ordered in multiple colours and configurations and logos can be embossed onto the product at time of production.
If you have a workshop floor, garage or industrial environment that needs upgrading or simply a fresh new look, TekTile says its tiles are a unique solution.
The tiles overlay an existing slab/hard surface and in most cases, can be installed without the need to stop trading.
TekTile says it is an easy alternative to Epoxy Resin floors and says its system is proven globally with tens of thousands of square meters laid. The tiles were even laid in the Pit Lanes at the F1 Baku GP last year as an alternative to painted floors that were proving high maintenance for the client.
With point/dynamic loads available up to 130 and 95 kg/cm2 respectively, excellent chemical, abrasion and anti-slip properties, TekTile says its Industrial Range will easily cope with operating vehicles, forklifts and the rigorous activities associated with automotive and workshop environments. Anti-Static/ESD tiles are also available for clients supplying sensitive electronic equipment.
The TekTile Industrial Range can be utilised instantly after installation – there is no need for curing times and the tiles are not affected by moisture. For those on a budget, TekTile says the tiles are extremely easy to self-install, or TekTile Australia can offer an installation service, if required. And should a client relocate to other premises, the tiles can be removed and re-used.
TekTile says its tiles have been designed and manufactured with the environment in mind. It states that it proudly manufactures its tiles without any wastage as any rejected and surplus material is recycled. Up to 80 percent recycled content is used in the making of TekTile products and 100 percent of the tiles can be recycled at the end of the life cycle.
The full TekTile Industrial Range is supported with a 10-year wear warranty.
TekTile will be exhibiting at the AAAAExpo in April at Stand E16 and invites you to stop by for a chat to find out more about its product.

Alternatively, you can contact TekTile’s General Manager Steve Deakin, or Product Specialist Wendy King, or call 1300 662 214 to learn more.

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