12 in. x 24 in. x 1/8 in.
305 mm x 610 mm x 3.2 mm
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Inspired by the natural qualities found in ancient stone and time-weathered wood, Armstrong Flooring’s environmentally-friendly Striations BBT bio-flooring opens the door to unlimited options to help you create stunning floor layouts. The tonal striated pattern, in convenient 12” x 24” tiles, creates a seamless visual that coordinates with the complete portfolio of our commercial flooring products.
Striations BBT is ideal for heavy-traffic corridors in K-12 and higher education buildings, retail spaces and corporations - providing elegant visuals and the environmental features desired by clients seeking sustainable, modular design solutions.
Now, you can order Armstrong BBT with Diamond 10® Technology coating, keeping your tile floors looking newer longer at a lower maintenance cost than traditional VCT. In fact, save up to 40% compared to VCT traditional polished maintenance procedures! The patent-pending Diamond 10 Technology provides a protective coating, improving resistance to scratches, stains and scuffs. It enables you to use less floor polish to maintain your floor, reducing cost of ownership significantly over the life of your floor.
Armstrong Flooring is primarily a domestic manufacturer, with 12 plants across the USA producing flooring from global and domestic content. We have made substantial investments to expand our capacity to manufacture flooring products in the U.S., including developing LVT production lines at plants in Pennsylvania, Illinois and Oklahoma.
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