Carpet Type: Carpet Tiles
Size: 50cm x 50cm
Sectors: Office & Workplace, Education, Retail

Anti-Static

Castor Chair Suitable

Fire Reaction

Heavy Contract

Loop Pile

Slip Resistant

Sound Absorbant

Stain Resistant

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Sprint Tile
Sprint Tile - 20 Crimson
Sprint Tile - 282 Cerulean
Sprint Tile - 278 Charcoal
Sprint Tile - 272 Dove
Sprint Tile - 182 Cobalt
Sprint Tile - 175 Pewter
Sprint Tile - 583 Admiral
Sprint Tile - 575 Planet
Sprint Tile - 520 Flame

Sprint Tile - 278 Charcoal

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The Sprint Charcoal loop pile carpet tile is perfect for use in the commercial and leisure sectors and is well suited to retail, education and offices. This Sprint carpet tile is soft and welcoming with calming grey tones which can compliment all decors. It is suitable for use on stairs when stair nosing is installed and has a loop pile design as well as a non-woven primary backing and a bitumen secondary backing to improve the fibre bond of the carpet. This carpet is also sound-absorbent up to 25db and easy to maintain.

Made from 100% solution-dyed nylon, the Sprint Charcoal carpet tile is hard wearing and stylish. It has a pile weight of 550g/m² and a pile height of 3.5mm.

Our Sprint Tile Charcoal carpet is compatible with underfloor heating, comes with a 10-Year heavy commercial wear guarantee, and is tested for reaction to fire to BS EN13501-1 and achieves an Bfl-s1 rating

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Fire Classification: Bfl-s1, Noise Rating: 25db, Performance Classification: 33

To clean the carpet, we’d recommend using an upright or quality barrel vacuum cleaner fitted with a power-driven rotating brush. Alternatively, you could use a combination beater or brush bar that moves around the carpet pile and mechanically loosens dirt to be removed by the vacuum. This is best suited for low precision cut carpet. To prevent excess fuzzing turn the brush off or change the head when vacuuming loop pile, cut and loop or Berber carpet.

We would not recommend cleaning the Sprint Tile carpet with bleach as it can damage the backing and subfloor.