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Altro Transflor introduces line of wood-look flooring options

Posted on May 6, 2014

With over 50 years’ experience in the international transport industry, Altro Transflor is renowned as one of the world’s leading brands of high-performance transport flooring. The company’s product focus keeps passenger comfort and safety at the forefront of design and engineering, said Richard Finnegan, marketing manager, Altro USA Inc.

Altro has a long history of supplying the bus service industries with innovative flooring solutions, as well as offering tailored products to meet the needs of rail, tram, light rail and underground transportation systems.
In keeping with its innovative product development, Altro is introducing a new line of wood-look flooring products that is hard-wearing and usable in many types of bus applications.

The new Altro Transflor Wood Safety range offers a combination of contemporary classic and modern wood visuals, which are ideal for a variety of interiors.

“We are very proud of our new Altro Transflor Wood Safety Product. The wood visuals were redesigned to provide an even more authentic look and together with our Altro Easyclean Maxis PUR technology, the product remains extremely stain-resistant and easy to maintain,” Finnegan said.

In keeping with the company’s environmentally sustainable initiatives, the Altro Wood Safety flooring product is manufactured with 14% bio-based ingredients, does not contain any phthalates and complies with CA 01350 low-VOC emitting standards.

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