Unilin to launch Unigrout technology at TISE

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unigroutLas Vegas—Unilin will launch a new bevel technology for resilient floors called Unigrout at the International Surface event, Feb. 1-3, here at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, booth 6317.

According to the company, the new type of bevel is almost indistinguishable from real grout, and provides the look of real ceramics with all the benefits of an SPC floor.

The patented Unigrout technology not only is designed to mimic real grout, the company said, but to minimize the risk of visible gaps between two panels. According to the company, the specifically designed system will prevent visible gaps by using a telescopic ability of the innovative joint wherein the upper edges maintain an overlapping geometry even when distanced due to shrinking.

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