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LVT - Roppe - Facility Management Product Release
Northern Parallels is a series of LVT visual options that are inspired by nature and correlate to a freshly updated Northern Timbers palette. Northern Parallels, consisting of six collections, is available in 24 colors/patterns that vary from 12-by-24-inch and 18-by-18-inch tiles and a 9 1/4-by-59 1/4-inch plank.
Northern Timbers offer 23 grains and hues that complement many design styles and textures in two standard sizes, 4-by-36-inch and 6-by-48-inch planks.
Northern Timbers and Parallels are available in a full 1/8-inch thickness offering a 28 mil wear layer with C-Shield UV cured ceramic bead finish that adds durability by resisting scuffing and traffic patterns on the surface while promoting ease of maintenance.
The Northern Timbers Loose-Lay floating floor option provides ease of installation in eight of the most popular grains, while Northern Timbers Solutions includes a palette of seven colors/grains with a 12 mil wear layer for the light-commercial market.
The Northern Timbers and Parallels palette’s also complement Roppe’s most popular neutrals found in their 70 colors of wall base, rubber tile and tread.
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