CONSTRUCTION DISPLAY SIZE: 22 3/4" W x 56 1/2" H x 27 3/4" D

Sheet vinyl is processed on large drums or made by coating a thin layer of liquid (comprised of vinyl resin, plasticizer, filler and other additives) onto a backing material. This method produces a multi-layered construction typically comprised of a backing, vinyl foam core, decorative layer and clear vinyl layer. The entire product is cured in an oven, then, in some cases, coated with a thin film of urethane. Patterns are allied to some sheet vinyl flooring using the rotogravure printing method, in which colours and patterns are printed on the surface of the base layer or by the inlaid method, in which the design goes all the way to the backing. With rotogravure, a rotating cylinder prints coloured inks on top of the Total Thickness / Épaisseur totale = 108 mils (2.74 mm)

core layer, offering virtually unlimited possibilities in patterns and colours. The printed pattern is then covered with a clear vinyl wear layer and the product is oven cured. In the inlaid process, solid-coloured vinyl chips are laid on top of a carrier sheet and then bonded together, under heat and pressure, creating the resulting pattern.

Protective PU lacquer Laque protectrice PU Protective polyurethane lacquer

Wearlayer Couche d’usure Wear layer

Printing Impression Decorative layer

Foamlayer Couche de mousse Foam layer

Interlayer Glass fibre Couche intermédiaire en fibre de verre Fibreglass interlayer

Impregnation layer Couche d’imprégnation Im r gnation layer

Backing PowerBac (Foam) Endos PowerBac (Mousse) Power Bac (foam) backing

Width / Largeur = 13’ 1” (4 m)

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