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Tarkett Products Linoleum Collections details

Etrusco xf2

Etrusco xf2

  • Deep plain design
  • 14 bright and strong colours
  • Easily combinable with any other type of pattern or used alone for great design effect
  • Superior xf protection for extreme toughness
  • Easy cleaning and maintenance - no initial wax or polish need
CE The CE marking (also known as CE mark) is a mandatory conformance mark on many products placed on the single market in the European Economic Area (EEA). The CE marking certifies that a product has met EU consumer safety, health or environmental requirements.
Description Technical data Installation Maintenance
Fresh, dynamic and exciting, modern linoleum flooring uses age old techniques and the latest xf technology to add a whole new range of technical qualities. An ideal combination of natural quality with resistance to heavy traffic it is ideal for sectors from education to healthcare. With both compact and acoustic versions, modern linoleum can satisfy the most demanding requirements for appearance, function, cost and sustainability.
total thickness 2.5 mm
total weight ca.3000 g/m2
fire classification Cfl s1
cigarette burns Resistant to cigarette burns
sound impact ≤5dB
underfloor heating Pogodan za upotebu
delivery rolls form 20-30 lm x 2 m
classification Komercijalna upotreba

  • It is important that sheets/tiles are stored at least 24 hours before installation at a minimum room temperature of 18°C. This temperature should be maintained throughout the installation.
  • The minimum temperature of the subfloor should be 15°C.
  • The recommended relative humidity in the room is 50-60%. Sections of flooring must be cut to the required lengths, plus an allowance of a few centimetres, and stored in the room where they are to be installed.
  • Tiles should be stored flat in their boxes, in small neat piles (max. 5 boxes high).
  • Ensure that the underfloor heating system is switched off 48 hours before installation of the floorcovering commences, and remains off for at least 48 hours after installation is completed. While the underfloor heating system is off, an alternative heating source should be provided, if required, to ensure that the installation area is kept at a constant temperature of 18-27°C.
  • The temperature should never exceed the floorcovering industry’s agreed maximum of 27°C on the underside of the floorcovering (the adhesive line). Where underfloor heating is used, we recommend that vinyl tiles are hot welded.

  • At least 24 hours before installation, the material should be cut to the desired lengths; the cut sheets must be acclimatised where they are to be installed by laying them flat on subfloor (or, if this is not possible, in an upright position).
  • Plan the sheet direction for the area to be installed to ensure that whenever possible joins do not coincide with doorways, main traffic lanes, sinks or urinals.
  • If the room is reasonably square, the sheets should run parallel to the incoming light.
  • In long, narrow rooms it is best to install the sheets along the length of the room.
  • Cut the sheets to length. If coving is necessary, the sheets should be cut longer than the room.
  • All consecutive sheets should be installed in the same direction
General advice
  • Clean the floorcovering regularly, as this is more cost-effective and hygienic than occasional heavy-duty cleaning.
  • Always follow dosage instructions carefully.
  • Wipe up any grease and spilt oil immediately, as they may damage the surface.
  • Resilient floors are damaged by solvents.
  • Black rubber wheels and rubber feet can discolour the floorcovering. All chair and table legs should have good quality floor protectors. Felt pads are not recommended in commercial interiors. Hard plastic is preferred.
  • Remember that light colours need more frequent cleaning.

A surface revolution
The greatest advance for Linoleum xf is the reduced cleaning and maintenance. Compared with untreated linoleum flooring, several steps are no longer necessary, and the whole cleaning and maintenance process is simplified. Always follow Tarkett’s cleaning and maintenance instructions to be sure of getting the very best results.

  • Dry mopping
  • Damp mopping
  • Combined machine (for large areas)
  • Vacum cleaning
  • If necessary - Wet mopping (for heavily soiled areas)

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