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Resilient Textile Flooring Requires No Humidity Testing - Facility Management Product Release


TARKETT
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Tandus Centiva’s Syllabus captures the twists and turns of nature, telling the story of the land. “Syllabus is an outline, but not in the traditional sense. It is an outline of organic patterns created by nature,” explains menswear designer, Jhane Barnes. “Syllabus is the contrast between the battle to create man-made symmetry and the power of organic designs, a series of patterns created by nature, forming a sense of continuous, pleasing movement.”

Syllabus is available in eight colorways, four of which coordinate with Jhane Barnes’ 2nd Power and SquareUp designs. Syllabus is constructed using 100 percent Antron Lumena solution dyed nylon. Tandus Centiva Powerbond is a high performance cushion. Powerbond Cushion installations require no moisture vapor emission rate (MVER) testing or relative humidity (RH) testing, provided no free liquids are present and no moisture stained concrete is evident. Promoting positive indoor air quality, Powerbond has low VOC emissions and is 100 percent recyclable through the Tarkett Restart Reclamation program.

Barnes began working with Tandus Centiva more than 15 years ago. She uses a unique blend of science and art, incorporating fractals and algorithms into many of the products she designs. Her original menswear fabrics often influence her flooring designs, as well as furniture and interior textiles.


posted: 3/17/2017