Furthering its commitment to innovation and market-leading product development, Malmo™ has added a new Pressed Bevel collection to the Senses range of Rigid LVT flooring.
Comprising a broad palette of eight stunning woodgrain designs, the planks feature an eased bevelled edge which further enhances the appearance of the flooring to be even closer to real wood. Practical benefits include increased water resistance and enhanced cleanability compared to painted bevel alternatives.
The bevelled edge of the flooring is formed by pressing the surface layer down into the joint during the manufacturing process, rather than cutting through it as painted bevel alternatives do. This ensures the joint is completely water-tight, while the elimination of v-grooves means there are less places for dust to gather.
Like all Rigid Senses products, the new decors offer a 1mm underlay already attached and a wear layer of 0.55mm, with a 25 year domestic use warranty and 10 years for light domestic use.
However, the Pressed Bevel collection features the Välinge 5Gi click installation system rather than the Välinge 5G system that’s featured on other Malmo Rigid products. 5Gi provides even tighter joints, but like the standard 5G system it can still be installed by hand with no need for hammers or tapping tools.
Trend-inspired and design versatile, the eight new Pressed Bevel designs include whitewashed effects, warm greys, classic oaks and rich brown tones to meet a range of tastes and interior styles. All are in plank sizes of 1244mm x 181mm, with the overall product thickness enhanced to 6mm.
Gail Alcock, Product Director says: “The addition of these eight new Pressed Bevel designs demonstrates the evolution and continued innovation within the Malmo™ brand, not just in providing new on-trend designs but enhancing the performance benefits of the flooring too.”
The Senses Pressed Bevel collection is part of the comprehensive Malmo™ Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) range which now offers a wide choice of 65 designs across its Rigid and Stickdown formats. To view the Pressed Bevel collection, click here .