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The HD NeoNaturals Collection offers thirteen wood and stone options available in 4-foot 11-inch wide rolls. High speed, high definition digital printing technology combines with a unique dense wear layer of 70 million nylon fibers per square yard for fully-penetrated, permanent through-color.
The collection features an antimicrobial treatment that controls bacterial, mold and fungi growth, supplying the sanitary conditions that most facilities require. Very short fibers form a durable, slip-resistant surface on a cushioned substrate, easily releasing dirt and dust that can be cleaned with the same machines used on resilient or carpeted surfaces.
Vertical fiber orientation, without twist, also traps sound waves, and a fiberglass-reinforced, closed-cell premium-grade vinyl cushioned backing system is impervious to moisture and completely waterproof. Collection carries a lifetime warranty against shrinking, buckling, stretching or curling, as well as against edge ravel, delamination and zippering. Installation does not require welding of seams.
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