TARKETT CEMENTI CLICK | Flooring with concrete effect

Flooring with concrete effect

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TARKETT

Italy
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CEMENTI CLICK | Flooring with concrete effect

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Flooring with concrete effect

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Design Year
2018

Tarkett presents a new innovation by introducing a new category of premium mineral tiles and planks for architectural spaces: Cementi Click. Produced from 95% clay, cement’s main composite, Cementi Click boasts the look and feel of this raw modern material, thus embodying the timeless elegance of concrete art in architecture.  
The collection features a range of stone and graphical designs. Subtle marble, ethereal decors, and natural clay tone effects create a pure and refined architectural atmosphere for designers and architects looking to create inspirational spaces from mineral textures.
Made from mineral material, the collection includes a timeless and elegant choice of concrete, stone, wood and graphical elements. The matt surface and natural tones give the product that look and feel so typical of ceramic tiles. Easy to install and remove, thanks to Tarkett’s click system, the collection drastically reduces business downtime and costs for stores, shops and hotels.  Rigid, stable and resistant, the tiles are specially conceived for high traffic areas, and highly resistant to temperature and humidity variation. Naturally phthalate-free, with volatile organic compounds emissions below 10 µg/m3, Cementi Click is ideal for creating healthy interiors that also contribute to good indoor air quality. Closed loop recyclable, and produced with 100% renewable energy and no water.

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Dimensions
Total thickness 7,5 mm
Planks: 1235 x 200 mm, 6 planks/box = 1,482 m² (44 boxes)
Tiles: 920 x 460 mm, 4 tiles/box = 1,693 m² (40 boxes)
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Cementi Click Collection by TARKETT
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