Castor Chair Suitable
Underfloor Heating Suitable
The Grey Universal Tones cut pile carpet has a heathered design and is perfect for the healthcare, residential and leisure sectors. It is well suited to dementia, nursing and care homes, hospitality, leisure, student accommodation and social housing. It has a speckled light and dark grey two-tone colour which can add colour to any interior. Grey Universal Tones is suitable for use with underfloor heating and castor chairs.
It has sound-absorbing, anti-microbial, anti-static and stain-resistant properties. Grey Universal Tones has a polypropylene primary backing and an impervious foam secondary backing. The impervious backing means that liquid and odours can’t seep through the carpet and it is also easy to clean, while the anti-microbial properties reduce bacteria and create a longer-lasting freshness. In addition, the anti-microbial properties aid a 99.99% Reduction of MRSA, eliminates odours created by fungus or bacterial growth in the carpet, reduces cross-contamination and eliminates dust mites without being harmful to humans or the environment.
Made from 100% solution-dyed polypropylene, the Universal Tones Grey heathered carpet is extremely durable and comes with a 10 Year Wear guarantee.
Width: 4m, Luxury Classification: LC3, Wear Classification: 32, Impact Noise, Rating: 31db, Fire Classification: Efl-s1
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 cut pile carpet. To prevent excess fuzzing turn the brush off or change the head when vacuuming loop pile, cut and loop or Berber carpet.
Yes, this carpet is suitable for use with castor chairs, however, the use of castor chair protection mats is recommended for all textile floor coverings.
You do not need to use underlay with Universal Tones Impervious Foam-backed carpet as it has an impervious backing and can be stuck directly to the sub-floor. However, if you want to put underlay down, you should use a double-stick underlay without gripper rods as this will put holes into the backing which will void the backing guarantee.