TILT (Tarkett Interlocking Tiles)

KEY FEATURES
  • Glueless, quick and easy installation
  • Suitable for high-traffic applications
  • Resistant to scuffs, scratches and stains
  • Easy to clean and maintain

Designed for commercial or industrial applications in both new buildings and renovation projects, Tarkett interlocking tiles (TILT) deliver superior value while saving time and money. Even easier to install than click systems thanks to an interlocking connection that reduces costs and installation time. Long lasting performance delivered in two practical formats. Treated with our Top Clean surface protection for easy maintenance and extra resistance to scuffs, scratches and stains.

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TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS

CE Marking EN 14041
Product type ISO Heterogeneous poly(vinyl chloride) floor coverings (ISO 10582)
Domestic classification (ISO 10874) 23 Heavy
Commercial classification (ISO 10874) 34 Very Heavy
Industrial classification (ISO 10874) 43 Heavy
Format Type Tile
Total weight 7400 g/m²
Total thickness 5 mm
Wear layer thickness 0.70 mm
Surface treatment TopClean XP
Installation method Interlocking
Locking system Interlocking
Impact sound Insulation (ISO 717-2) - ∆Lw 6 dB
Professional warranty (in years) 10 years
Electrical resistance (EN 1081) R > 109 Ohms
Electrostatical propensity (EN 1815) ≤ 2 kV
REACH Yes
Slip resistance (DIN 51130) R9
Slip resistance (EN 13893) DS class (µ ≥ 0.30)
Castor chair effect (ISO 4918) No damage
Furniture leg effect (ISO 16581) No damage
Chemical resistance (ISO 26987) High resistance
Thermal resistance (in m².k / W) 0.05
Underfloor heating Yes (maximum 27°C)
Curl resultant to heat (ISO 23999) 2 mm
Colour fastness to light (ISO 105-B02) ≥ 6
Residual indentation 0.10 mm
Dimensional stability 0.15 %
Phthalate content Phthalate-free (except recycled content)
TVOC emissions after 28 days (ISO 16000-9) Gold (≤ 100 µg / m³)

DOCUMENT

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