THE COMPLETE HOME FURNISHER

Textiles maker sees new eco underlay gain approval

Family-run manufacturer of textile materials Texfelt has confirmed that tis new SpringBond adhesive has been approved.

Following the successful launch of SpringBond, a heavy contract double stick underlay system, earlier this year, it has now received approval from four leading adhesives companies.

SpringBond FR has been exhaustively tested and approved by FBall, Uzin, Ardex and Xchem, demonstrating the quality and trustworthiness of the product, which is designed to keep underlay secure in heavy traffic areas.

Commenting on the success, Texfelt said: “An alternative to PU foam, SpringBond is a cleaner, greener choice and improves indoor air quality.

SpringBond FR is our revolutionary carpet underlay made from recycled PET plastic bottles (over 120 per roll) and other single use plastics, offering maximum performance with minimum environmental impact.”

Following the announcement, flooring retailer The Flooring Superstore has wasted no time in stocking the product and has secured a deal with Texfelt.

SpringBond will now be available at Flooring Superstore, both online and instore.

LATEST ARTICLES

New BFM Board members to promote British manufacturing

22 October 2019

The Board of British Furniture Manufacturers (BFM) has two new members as it presses ahead with a new strategic direction.

Transport award for kitchen retailer

22 October 2019

The transport service offered by a kitchen retailer has led to it winning a third transport award at a prestigious national event.

Highlighting commitment to sleep technology innovation

22 October 2019

Bed manufacturer Silentnight has marked a new link-up with communications agency Dinosaur.

FIRA publishes first office furniture Remanufacturing Standard

22 October 2019

As part of a wider Circular Economy Project, the Furniture Industry Research Association (FIRA) has published a new Remanufacturing Standard.

Blinds manufacturer posts profit increase

21 October 2019

Window furnishings manufacturer Hillarys Blinds has reported a growth in profits despite sales declining.