Tarkett introduces Color Splash rubber tile

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Solon, Ohio—Tarkett, a worldwide leader in sustainable flooring, has introduced Color Splash Speckled rubber tile. According to the company, the new collection offers 50 on-trend standard colors inspired by the outdoors in standard 24 x 24 square tiles, including tonal visuals that work alongside multi-colored chipped colorations.

Additionally, Tarkett said its industry-leading Color Match technology for rubber flooring enables the creation of any running line or custom color—precisely, every time, without dye lots. With Color Splash rubber tile, architects and designers can customize the field color or the accents and carry the same tailored palette across other Tarkett surfaces for a fully unified space.

“Rubber flooring is a great solution for applications where slip resistance, durability, easy maintenance, and comfort underfoot are important,” said Jeff Robinette, senior product manager, rubber, Tarkett North America. “Besides the great new standard visuals within our new Color Splash collection, Tarkett offers custom visuals with very low minimums. Whether a customer needs to tweak a standard speckled SKU or wants a fully custom marbleized visual, Tarkett makes it easy to personalize their space.”

Beyond its limitless design possibilities, the company said, the Color Splash collection brings the many natural performance benefits Tarkett’s rubber tile is known for. With excellent slip resistance, rubber tile can help reduce slip-and-fall accidents, while also cushioning underfoot and softening acoustics. It is also easy to clean and maintain.

The Color Splash rubber collection is also a highly sustainable product that supports the comfort, productivity and wellness of building occupants. It is carbon neutral and phthalate-free, and is manufactured in a facility powered by 100% renewable energy. It is also FloorScore Certified and Cradle to Cradle Certified Bronze.

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