|Available Size||6 ft. 7 in. W up to 98.4 ft. L
(2.0 m W up to 30 m L)
|Gauge (Thickness)||Product: 0.080 in. (2.0 mm)
Wear Layer: 0.080 in. (2.0 mm)
|International Specifications||ASTM F1913 – Performance requirements only; product is free of halogens, including chlorine (PVC), fluorine, bromine, iodine|
|Warranty||10-Year Commercial Resilient
|Installation & Maintenance|
|Maintenance Options||Low Maintenance:
° No Polish, No Buff
° No Polish, Spray Buff
° No Polish, Dry Buff
Traditional Maintenance: Polish
S-799, 90% RH
High Static Loads
S-240, 90% RH, 8 lbs. MVER
|Companion Products||Wall Base: Rubber, Vinyl
Weld Rods: S: Solid PVC-Free (Aseptic Spaces)
S-761 Seaming System: (Non-Aseptic Spaces)
Transitions: Metal, Wood, Vinyl Stair Treads, Risers, Rubber Tiles
EPD (Environmental Product Declarations) indicate a product that has been third-party certified (Type III) with regard to life-cycle environmental impacts that conform to ISO 14025, 14040, 14044, and ISO 21930.
Armstrong Flooring is a responsible manufacturer, implementing and using processes that are both socially and environmental responsible, including deliberate raw materials and product testing and selection for the highest quality products.
Product contains no Ortho-Phthalates.
Product has been tested and complies with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Standard Method V1.1 (2010) and/or the South Coast Air Quality Management District Rule #1168.
FloorScore® provides third-party certification that products are tested and comply with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Standard Method for Testing and Evaluating Volatile Organic Chemical (VOC) Emissions. As part of FloorScore certification, manufacturing processes, supply chain, and chemical sources are also verified and audited. FloorScore certified products meet strict Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) requirements
An HPD (Health Product Declaration) is a reporting tool that standardizes the disclosures of all ingredients associated with making a product.
The Red List was created by the International Living Future Institute (ILFI). It includes a list of chemicals that are commonly included in building materials. ILFI believes that these commonly used chemicals pollute the environment. A product that is Red List Free does not contain any chemicals on the Red List.
Product contains no Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)