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IVC LayRed 55 Commercial Vinyl Flooring

With a strong and rigid core and integrated sound-reducing underlay beneath a high-performance vinyl wear layer, IVC’s LayRed 55 is engineered to overcome your flooring challenges.

The only plank to combine strength, comfort, acoustics and design; LayRed 55 is constructed from 12 layers, each with an important part in ensuring this floor can overcome everything from subfloor condition to speed of installation, acoustics, wear and ease of maintenance. At the heart of LayRed 55 lies a rigid vinyl core with the world’s only dual-layer glass fibre reinforcement. Non-telegraphing over uneven subfloors, the core also has a compact vinyl top layer that combats indentation and impact damage.

Beneath this core lies an integrated underlay that helps the floor to deliver impressive impact sound performance (21dB), while improving walking comfort and fully supporting the plank joint for better longevity. By applying the underlay before cutting LayRed 55 into planks or tiles, IVC ensures that it’s one of the only floors with a built-in underlay to benefit from fully-supported joints. And with a more uniform bond that eliminates air pockets, the underlay delivers consistently good acoustic performance, comfort and protection.

On the surface of LayRed 55, IVC turns to its project-proven 55 wear layer specification (0.55mm thick) that’s designed for the most demanding commercial environments. Strong enough to take on high-traffic locations, the wear layer is protected from scratches and stains by dual-action TwinGuard. In a two-step process, IVC applies lacquer before and after the texture is embossed into the wear layer. Making sure even the deepest parts of LayRed 55’s textured surface are protected, TwinGuard gives improved design clarity in a matt finish that has an authentic feel.

LayRed 55 is available in 14 original wood looks (131.7 x 18.9cm) and in eight stone effects (60.96 x 30.33cm).

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