Coral FR Rail Entrance Flooring

First impressions are crucial, which is why effective entrance flooring that stops dirt and moisture being tracked into carriages and saloon entrances is fundamental to modern train design.

By removing wet and dry soiling from the soles of shoes and wheel treads, an effective entrance system reduces premature wear and tear to interior floor coverings, minimises cleaning and maintenance costs and protects passengers by reducing slip hazards.

Coral Infographic
Coral FR

Our renowned entrance matting product, Coral FR can reduce the amount of dirt and moisture entering train saloon areas by up to 95%. Not only does this save time and money as mentioned, it can help to create a better journey experience for passengers and increase customer satisfaction levels. Our Coral FR ranges offer incredible functionality benefits, but this is not at the compromise of style and aesthetic

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Our Coral FR entrance flooring is made from 100% regenerated Econyl yarn, created from pre and post-consumer waste to contribute towards better environments and a healthier planet.

Benefits:

• Reaction to fire EN 45545-2: HL2/HL3
• Excellent soil hiding properties
• Cut to size/shape option
• Available with Pro-Fit backing for quicker installation (excludes Coral Duo FR)

To find out more about the full range of Forbo’s floor and wall covering solutions available to the rail segment, please visit http://www.forbo-flooring.com/rail.

Alternatively, if you wish to look at our latest rail brochure please click here. And to allow us to keep you updated with new products or designs as well as key installation references then please sign up to our quarterly TRANSPRESS newsletter here.

For further details please contact;

IKAM Marketing Team
Forbo Flooring Systems UK Ltd
High Holborn Road
Ripley
Derbyshire
DE5 3NT
UK

email: transport@forbo.com
Tel: +44 (0)1773 740121

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