Advanta Tuff-T-Lock Recycled Interlocking Floor Tile

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Advanta Tuff-T-Lock recycled interlocking floor tile by Advanta Flooring is made of 100% post-industrial recycled PVC. Utilizing an interlock system that creates a locked, water-resistant surface that will not crack, deflect or shift under heavy rolling loads, Tuff-T-Lock flooring can be used in any commercial or residential interior area, including moisture-prone and below-grade areas.

Advanta Tuff-T-Lock recycled interlocking floor tile by Advanta Flooring is made of 100% post-industrial recycled PVC and utilizes an interlock system that creates a locked, water-resistant surface that will not crack, deflect or shift under heavy rolling loads.

Placed directly over concrete subfloors or existing flooring, Advanta Tuff-T-Lock tiles hide cracks and stains, adapt to subfloor irregularities and can be easily removed and replaced without disturbing surrounding tiles.

Easily installed using a simple overlap and tap process, Advanta Tuff-T-Lock flooring requires no adhesive and minimal subfloor prep. It can be used immediately once in-place in virtually any commercial or residential interior area, including moisture-prone and below-grade areas.

Advanta Tuff-T-Lock is slip-resistant, muffles noise, dissipates vibration and reduces standing fatigue. Backed by a five-year warranty, it resists stains, chemicals, mold and mildew, water and fire. It meets ADA slip-resistance recommendations and ASTM specifications for F-1700 solid vinyl tile, is 100% recyclable, easy to maintain and helps meet LEED criteria.

Advanta Tuff-T-Lock tiles are 20-1/4" x 20-1/4" (510 mm x 510 mm) in size, 13/64" (5 mm) thick, and available in smooth and stud surface patterns in dark gray and black. Smooth-surface edge strips and corner pieces are available in safety yellow and black.

For Advanta Tuff-T-Lock and Advanta ENVEE Loose-Lay flooring information and samples, contact Advanta Flooring, Inc., 670 HP Way, Chester, VA 23836, 877-779-2454, http://www.advantaflooring.com.

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