CFL Flooring signs i4F agreement

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CFL Flooring signed an i4F licensing agreement for the company’s click-to-lock technology.

Las Vegas—CFL Flooring signed a new license agreement for i4F’s patented click-to-lock wall installation system. This new license agreement enables CFL to expand its successful range of bathroom as well as other wall tiles and panels. The patented innovation was developed by i4F and belongs to the group’s wall and ceiling technologies cluster, according to the company.

CFL said it will introduce the wall installation technology into several of its Vertical Solution ranges as from Q2 2023. Each panel will feature a variety of different i4F technologies: i4F’s click-to-lock wall system as well as i4F’s low gloss surface finishing delivering a homogeneous and consistent matt appearance with superior performance.

i4F’s highly flexible installation system delivers an innovative click-to-lock system that works with screws or nails on slats or with glue-down panels. According to the company, this makes wall panel installation easier than ever before by giving end-users the option to either screw, nail or glue wall panels before clicking them into each other. Obstructions caused by protruding screws are eliminated as the wall system enables screws, including screwheads, to be fully inserted and fastened into the locking. As a result, protrusions hindering the installation of the next panel are removed. The new system works on all materials and is moisture as well as heat-resistant.

“End consumers want their floors and walls to seamlessly entwine,” said Thomas Baert, CFL’s CEO. “This was previously a ‘professionals only’ job, but now i4F’s easy system allows both installers and keen DIYers to build spectacular results on any wall in the house.”

According to John Rietveldt, i4F, CEO, the technology is ideal for manufactures looking to leverage existing collections that combine floors and walls. “We are delighted that CFL is introducing our new wall installation technology that allows floors and walls to meet,”  Rietveldt said. “We are especially proud of this home-grown i4F innovation as it aligns with our easy-to-use technology ethos. Thanks to this, the installation of wall panels becomes easier, faster and cleaner. No more unsightly protrusions, no inserts, just beautiful walls.”

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