Invista launches Antron search tool

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Kennesaw, Ga. —  Invista is launching a new carpet search tool called Find Carpets with Antron, on the Antron brand website.

The idea is to make it easier for everyone from architects and designers to specifiers and facility managers to see all carpets made of Antron. 
The new search tool enables users to select and view styles by filtering from various features including mill name, fiber type, scale, pattern, face weight or texture.

Other Antron tools include:  Total Cost of Ownership Calculator, which compares two carpets of similar color, pattern and construction to determine how total life-cycle costs stack up; 
Life Cycle Impact Calculator, which shows how much energy savings and reduced greenhouse gas emissions can mean for installation; 
 and The Carpet Mentor, which helps select the best carpet construction based on specific needs.

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