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- Event Displays
Printed Carpet Tiles
Branding on your floor can be the difference between an average looking space and an exceptional space!
Using printed carpet tiles allows you to create a unique, portable flooring solution for your event or trade show. Tiles can be positioned together to create one large image, or with separate colours on each tile to create a 'checkerboard' effect.
Take a look at the animation below to see how six printed carpet tiles at 500mm x 500mm each can be postitioned together to create a larger image measuring 1.5 metres x 1 metre.
Printed carpet tiles are made in a size to suit you. Most popular size is 500 x 500mm.
Our tiles are backed with 1.5mm neoprene, giving excellent adhesion to the floor underneath whilst maintaining a thin profile.
Take a look at a few photos below for inspiration!
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Weight of tiles is approximately 2.8kg per square metre. This means each 500 x 500mm tile will weigh approximately 0.7kg, and tiles for a 3 metre x 3 metre booth (9 square metres total) will weigh approximately 25kg.
Tiles are backed with a 1.8mm neoprene, making total thickness approximately 3mm. Neoprene is a synthetic rubber that is used extensively in materials such as wet suits, laptop sleeves and mouse mats.
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