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Carpet Tile - Patcraft - Facility Management Product Release
Action Planks carpet tile is constructed with solution dyed Eco Solution Q Nylon fiber and EcoWorx tile backing, in a variety of design visuals. The collection pairs geometric and linear patterning, versatile accent colors and nice neutrals for a wide range of applications. Designed to perform in high demand installations, Action Planks is suited for cross-functional use in multiple end use segments.
The 12-by-48-inch planks are available in five styles—Color Pop, Color Block, Pivot Point, Vault and Work.Study.Play — each featuring a different play on geometrics and outline, linearity and functionality. Providing a dynamic visual using design elements and colorways that have already proven successful, Action Planks offers elevated design solutions when used in conjunction with the coordinating 24-by24-inch products.
The collection is pdQ and all products and colors are available to ship within 10 business days following the standard pdQ requirements.
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