Torlys signs agreements with USFloors, Microban

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Toronto— Torlys, a leading Canadian flooring company, has recently signed a non-exclusive license agreement with USFloors for a COREtec license under U.S. Patent No. 9,156,233 for its EverWood and EverTile luxury vinyl flooring products. The company has also entered into a category exclusive partnership with Microban International for North America to include Microban Antimicrobial Product Protection in the production of its EverWood and EverTile luxury vinyl floors.

“With this [COREtec] agreement now signed, past and future customers for Torlys EverWood and EverTile products can legitimately and safely purchase product without any licensing concerns,” said Peter Barretto, president and CEO, Torlys. “EverWood, EverTile Elite and Premier luxury vinyl floors will now have Microban Antimicrobial Product Protection built in to our patented CorkPlus attached underlay. This is a breakthrough technology for interior environments—residential and commercial—that will last for the life of the floor.”

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