Rubber flooring

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Rubber flooring tiles have long been used in commercial applications but are now becoming popular for domestic situations. Rubber floors are hypoallergenic and are water, mould and bacteria-resistant. For these reasons, rubber floors are often used in basements, bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, garages and recreation rooms.

Rubber is resistant to normal wear and tear and is a good sound insulator. With proper care, rubber flooring can last for a long time.

DalNaturel is available in a huge range of colours and textures.

Rubber is 100% recyclable, making it environment-friendly.

DalNaturel rubber flooring has over 90% natural ingredients with all the rubber content being pure rubber.

The latex rubber is sourced from Indonesia and the rubber tiles manufactured in France. Rubber trees sequester CO2 from the atmosphere. DalNaturel manufacturing process takes out 7.5kg of CO2 per m2.

DalNaturel has been tested to have very low VOC below normal acceptable limits.

DALROLLO Dalsouple's new rollform rubber comes in 16 colours, in 12metre x 1.22 rolls x 2mm. The rubber can be heat welded or cold welded which makes it perfect for use in hospitals. It has been fire tested to Australian standards and passes the BCA building codes. The texture looks a bit like leather and has an R9 slip rating.

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