Patcraft, a division of Shaw Industries, has introduced Surface Reaction, a collection of three carpet styles in nine multi-hued colorways that incorporates Solution Q Extreme fiber and Ecoworx® backing.
Featuring a large, medium, and small scale design, the three modular styles of Surface Reaction offer patterns appropriate for any sized facility installation. It is suited for high performance applications like K-12, higher education, healthcare, and corporate facilities. Facility managers can select the scale and pattern that work best in their project space, or they can include several for a creative flooring design.
Surface Reaction is constructed using 100% Solution Q Extreme, a stain resist fiber designed for high performance environments. Products manufactured using Solution Q Extreme fibers have lifetime warranty coverage for colorfastness to light and atmospheric contaminants, stains, abrasive wear, and static.
The collection is backed with Ecoworx modular backing system, a sustainable, non-PVC, carpet backing for modular carpet products. This strong, durable backing features greater tensile, tear, and lamination strength than PVC. Ecoworx is dimensionally stable and is covered by a lifetime commercial warranty for edge ravel, zippering, delamination, and moisture degradation.
Because Patcraft’s Surface Reaction is constructed with Solution Q Extreme premium branded nylon and Ecoworx, the products are 100% upcyclable. They are Cradle to Cradle certified, can help to earn LEED points, and are NSF 140 certified.
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