The Ultimate in Static Control and Conductive Flooring – Colorex Tile by Forbo
The Ultimate in Static Control and Conductive Flooring - Colorex Tile by Forbo
Colorex is an advanced technical flooring system specifically designed to control static discharge in sensitive areas such as clean rooms, operating theatres and the electronic or defence industry. The unique construction of Colorex EC and Colorex SD ensure a permanent and stable conductive performance of the floor over its entire life time, regardless of changes in humidity and temperature. Colorex is available in tile format as this enables quick installation, especially in small and medium areas or rooms with irregular shapes. Colorex EC plus is a high performance raised modular floor covering system that consists of loose lay tiles. Suitable for applications where expensive preparatory measures and downtimes are not acceptable, it can be installed without any interruptions, no adhesive and is immediately accessible and conductive even in a loose lay format! Colorex has very low plasticiser content so there's no need to worry about emissions or shrinkage. The easy-clean surface is pore free, making it suitable for the most stringent hygiene requirements, right up to certified clean rooms. Colorex is certified GreenTag GreenRate Level A.
- Colorex offers a life time conductivity warranty guaranteeing optimal performance throughout the life of the product.
- The dense construction of Colorex provides a pore free surface ensuring the highest hygiene properties
- The low plasticiser content ensures extremely low emissions and out gassing making Colorex the right choice for clean rooms
- The surface of Colorex can be fully repaired extending the useful life of the product
- The dense construction of Colorex provides excellent resistance to heavy loads making it an ideal solution for commercial and industrial environment, forklifts included.
- Colorex is available in tile format, a prerequisite for raised access floors found in many commercial environments such as data centres and server rooms.
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