Rubber flooring system promotes design options without adhesives

December 20, 2011 |
Tim Gregorski

Not requiring adhesives, tiles can be removed and reused repeatedly to create distinctive flooring designs.

The SlideLock glueless flooring system offers designers, installers, and building owners greater flexibility, speed, and sustainability. Not requiring adhesives, tiles can be removed and reused repeatedly to create distinctive flooring designs.

New locking mechanisms enable installation flexibility. Tiles are made of rubber for slip-resistant surfaces and underfoot comfort. The product was developed to meet sustainable objectives through use of recycled material and resource stewardship, making it useful for projects seeking to achieve LEED certification. 

Click here for more information on the SlideLock glueless flooring system. BD+C

Tim Gregorski | Products at Work
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Tim Gregorski is Senior Editor for Building Design+Construction. He can be reached at tgregorski@sgcmail.com

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