4 days and 4 stages in as many cities in Poland. A tight roadshow that our Export manager Ivan Piccolo has carried on in order to introduce the latest news and to deepen the topic of surface innovation with the regional managers, store manager and architects of our partner Bel-Pol.
What is rigid LVT, better defined as SPC?
What are the advantages of resilient floors?
Can natural surfaces experience an innovative technological breakthrough?
These and many other questions were the focus of the Innovation Roadshow in Poland, which covered the cities of Gdansk, Krapkowice, Pabianice-Lodz and Warsaw.
News about Skema products, an expression of research and innovation in furnishing solutions, but also a new entry from the Bel-Pol family, the new product manager dedicated to Skema, Katarzyna Studzinska, who undertook the roadshow together with the Skema representative.
In the various meetings, Skema, together with Bel-Pol, gave precise answers to all the questions on the new developments of the surfaces and here we report the main themes and a summary of the answers to the most topical questions.
The rigid LVT is properly defined as SPC, in Skema it is present as Star.K in the line of synthetic floors Sintesy. SPC (Solid Polymer Core) means that the core of this surface is a "dense extruded core, highly loaded with minerals that provides superior resistance to fingerprinting" and is particularly suitable for commercial and high-traffic applications.
All the properties of this innovative material can be seen in Star.K: a waterproof product, very stable, with great resistance to dents and temperature changes.
Modern times, modern solutions are needed. Rooms also deserve modern surfaces. Resilient floors come into play with their many qualities, starting, for example, with their low thickness, which allows them to be applied to existing floors. Synthetic floors are durable, durable and flexible in use. Easy to install and easy to clean, their many qualities have been collected by Skema in a single line: Sintesy.
The answer to this question is difficult only for those who do not know the innovative Lumbertech. The engineered wood floor. A real wood floor that, however, in addition to increased resistance to impact, lends itself to applications prohibited to parquet, for example, can be installed on a concrete slab, is structurally healthier than traditional parquet, is less sensitive to wet environments and is more eco-friendly for the smaller amount of noble part. A floor that responds perfectly to the innovative and technological drive that the world of wooden floors requires.