Vinyl floor tiles Transit Tiles and Transit Tread are eminently suitable for flooring and wall covering in industrial, commercial and domestic environments since they are attractive, hard and long-wearing, non-slip, resistant to the toughest treatments and low on maintenance.
Laying Instructions Conductive Floor The best possible tiles will not give satisfactory service without careful preparation of the underlying floor and the correct type of adhesive. It is vital that the floor should be clean, dry and level, without a trace of dust, wax, grease, oil, solvents etc.
Transit floor covering cleaning instructions These tiles have been made using a special formulation of PVC, designed to give your floor many years of service. With the regular implementation of these guidelines and simple cleaning routine, you can keep your Transit Tiles looking good for all those years to come. Depending on the nature of your installation, certain of the suggested weekly maintenance procedures may need to be performed more than once a week, according to the requirements of the area in use.
Studded PVC Floor Tiles – Made from 100% virgin PVC according to a unique formulation, Transit Tiles are engineered to offer: Exceptional durability, Superior chemical & abrasion resistance, Anti-static & Anti-slip, Impervious to most oils and acids, Easy to clean, Quiet, comfortable & warm underfoot, Fully recyclable, Easy to install with minimal wastage, 6 different designs, 11 standard colours, Electro-static dissipative / Conductive tiles also available, Custom colouring available for orders in excess of 300m2. Transit floor tiles are the ideal heavy-traffic flooring solution for commercial, educational, government, industrial and domestic applications.
Introducing Baobab a Natura Collection by Johnson Tiles. Strong natural wood design with a matt finish.
The best possible tiles will not give satisfactory service without careful preparation of the underlying floor and the correct type of adhesive. It is vital that the floor should be clean, dry and level, without trace of dust, wax, grease, oil, solvents etc. Sheets of plywood or hardboard, at least 4mm thick, can be used to cover wooden floors prior to the laying of the tiles. Boards should be fixed with screws, counter sunk or serrated nails at approximately 150mm intervals over the face and approximately 100mm intervals along the edges. Moisture content of screed must not exceed 3%. This should be checked prior to installation. If in doubt consult adhesive manufacturers.