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Vifloor | Centurion Diagonal Tile
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Centurion Diagonal Tile

Made from 100% ASOTA polypropylene fibers, Centurion Diagonal Tile is an extremely dense, non-woven carpet that’s non-porous, anti-static, fade resistant, stain resistant, durable and highly resilient. Choose Centurion Diagonal Tile for a high performance floor covering suitable for commercial heavy traffic areas like corridors, entryways, parking garages, balconies, spa and pool areas or wherever moisture or dampness is prevalent.

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Specifications

Construction: Non-Woven
Texture: Diagonal Rib
Face Fibre: Blend of 17-160 DPF Solution Dyed UV Stabilized ASOTA® Polypropylene
Total Weight: 126 oz/yd2
Face Weight: 37 oz/yd2
Pile Height: 0.213 inches (variable)
Total Height: 0.313 inches (variable)
Backing: Bitumen (Maxphalt)
Tile Size: 19 11/16” sq. (50 cm)
Packaging: 20 Tiles Per Box = 6.0 yds2
Flammability: Class II (ASTM - E-648)
Recommended Installation: Use of Premium Release Adhesive and quarter turn installation is required for this product.

These products meet the Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB) for flammability (methenamine Pill Test).

Centurion Diagonal Tile contributes towards LEED Certification.

All Vifloor Canada Ltd. products meet ISO 9002 Certification. Made in the E.U.

General Warranty
Vifloor Canada warrants this product to be free from defects of workmanship at the time of shipment. However, if these defects are visible, then this warranty applies to carpet received, but not installed, altered cut, damaged, soiled or otherwise unsaleable.

Limited Ten (10) Year Abrasive Wear Warranty for Centurion Diagonal Tile.
Vifloor Canada warrants glue-down indoor applications (over firm, flat, smooth, hard surface- free of cracks or foreign substances - of wood, concrete or vinyl) of the products against abrasive wear in properly installed and maintained installations for a period of ten (10) years. Failure is defined as the loss of fiber due to abrasive wear of more than ten (10) percent of the pile-fiber in any given area. This warranty is for abrasive wear only and does not cover burns, cuts, gouges, pilling, matting of pile, shedding, flattening of pile or pattern, staining, soiling, oiling, fading, nor fiber loss due to abnormal usage.

Exclusion of Warranty
No warranty is extended for the use of the product on stairs, in pivot points or areas, in athletic playing areas, for reinstalled product, or for any product that is not properly glued down. Warranty does not apply unless the products have been maintained properly (contact mill for details). Wet or damp product should not be vacuumed. Spots or spills should be cleaned within six hours, and product should be cleaned by shampooing methods, household detergent and water, or steam cleaning methods.

The warranty does not apply if these maintenance guidelines are not followed. Labor cost of removing and/or reinstalling replacement materials is not covered by the warranty and the purchaser is fully responsible therefore. The warranty does not cover commercial shade variations or product with visual defects after such product has been installed, altered, cut, damaged, soiled or otherwise has become unsaleable. This warranty does not apply to samples, mills ends, close-outs, imperfects, remnants, or any other products sold ‘as is'.

Except as noted herein, there is no warranty of merchantability or of fitness for a particular purpose or any other warranties by Vifloor Canada, either expressed or implied, or any affirmation of fact or representation which extends beyond the description contained herein.

Remedy
In the event of a warranty claim established to Vifloor Canada's satisfaction, Vifloor Canada agrees at its option to repair, to replace the product out of current lines at the time of replacement or to refund (or partially refund) the invoice-price. Vifloor Canada will assume the cost of replacement product on a depreciating basis based on the replacement cost of the product: In case of a ten year warranty: First year 100%, depreciates 10% thereafter for each year of use.

Repair, replacement or refund constitutes the sole and exclusive remedy available in the event of breach of any warranty by Vifloor Canada, express or implied or any agreement relating to sale of products.

Limitation or Remedy
In no event shall Vifloor Canada be liable for incidental, indirect, special or consequential damages (including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damages for lost profits, lost sales, installation or labor charges, or any other incidental or consequential loss) in connection with the purchase, use or installation of the product, whether due to a breach of contract, breach of warranty the negligence of Vifloor Canada or otherwise.

Warranty Procedure
All warranty periods commence on Vifloor Canada, Inc.'s invoice date to its customer. To process any claim under warranty, submit a 12-inch by 12-inch sample of the failed product for laboratory evaluation, together with a copy of the original invoice. No warranty claim will be considered unless the claim is made aforesaid within thirty days after the defect(s) is or should have been discovered and within the applicable warranty period.

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Proper Specification

  1. Carpet Color – in heavy traffic areas such as entrances, a darker color will retain its appearance longer.
  2. Survey your facility and determine heavy, medium and light soil traffic areas then choose your carpet accordingly.
  3. Heavy - Outside entrances, corridors, elevator lobbies, stairways and main aisles.
    Medium - Secondary aisles, office spaces, meeting rooms and atriums.
    Light - Back offices, conference rooms and executive areas.
  4. Preventive Maintenance – for long-term appearance, plan areas to trap soil before it reaches the carpet. Provide adequate walk-off matting at all building entrances. These should be used year-round for wiping soil and water.

Routine Cleaning – Vacuuming

  1. Equipment – use a dual motor upright vacuum with a beater-bar or brushes with high suction. Because the carpet is highly abrasion resistant, low settings are acceptable.
  2. Method – slow deliberate vacuum passes are more effective. A minimum of four passes, forward and back, are recommended for effective dirt removal.
  3. Frequency – heavy traffic – daily, medium traffic – every other day, light traffic – once or twice weekly.

Spots and Stains
Remove spills and stains immediately. For liquid and minor spills, clean with water and blot with white cloth. For more difficult stains, contact a professional cleaner or consult a professional cleaning guide for appropriate cleaner or solvent to use for category of stain. Spot cleaning should be done daily. The best time to identify stains is during regular vacuuming.

Deep Cleaning – Restoring

  1. Equipment – hot water extraction is the most effective method of removing deep soil. Units with heavy water pressure (psi) and strong suction (water lift) are recommended for best results. Water temperature should not exceed 100° f.
  2. Method – when extracting, do not over wet the carpet and extract as much water as possible with dry passes following the final wet pass. Avoid cleaning chemicals that leave residues. Remaining residue can attract and soil and cause more frequent cleaning.
  3. Frequency – heavy traffic to medium traffic, extract a minimum of 2 times a year. Light traffic, extract once a year.

Monitoring Your Carpet
Do a walk-through inspection of all areas monthly. For optimum appearance and protection of your carpet, it may be necessary to adjust the frequencies of vacuuming, spot cleaning and extraction.

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