If you are looking for a unique floor pattern, then the iD Mixonomi collection is the right thing for you.
LVT floors can give an interesting look to any space. However, with the Tarkett iD Mixonomy collection, architects and designers now have the opportunity to create unique textures that suit their needs.
Combining as many as 34 colors and eight different shapes it is possible to make unique floors. The plates come in the shapes of hexagons, diamonds, triangles, rhombuses, trapezoids that are compatible with each other and a pattern is made with them as desired. The color range is moving of bright colors for accentuation to pastel shades which will fit into any interior style.
Design your floor with Tarkett’s online tool click here. After choosing the shape of the pattern, choose the colors of each of the elements and you will get unique texture.
Plates from the Mixonomi collection can be placed on the floors of salons, restaurants, museums, health care institutions…
As our interlocutor Marijana Borović from Tarkett points out, the records are from the Mixonomi collection very resistant, have a 34/43 wear resistance class, which is the highest class in commercial use, so as such they can be placed in any salon, restaurant, museum or healthcare facility similarly.
In addition, these LVT floors are very easy to maintain because they have a smooth surface.
Substrate preparation and gluing
The plates are 2.5 mm thick, max 1mm high is calculated for glue. So to lay this floor you need a height of 3,5 mm.
Mixonomi is mounted by gluing the entire surface to the prepared substrate. The substrate should be treated with a leveling compound that is poured to a thickness of 3 mm, which is finely sanded after drying. Recommended leveling compound SLC 250.
For vinyl floors that are mounted with an adhesive system, the preparation of the substrate is mandatory. LVT floor can also be laid over ceramics, old screed or concrete over which the leveling compound is poured as a base preparation. It is important that the substrate on which the mass is poured is firm and compact,
The primer is first applied to the prepared substrate with a roller or brush. From Tarkett recommends Primer Multiuse.
The LVT floor is glued with appropriate adhesives. The recommendation from Tarkett is multipurpose glue LVT VK 500 Plus which is applied with a notched trowel to the substrate.
With the iD Mixonomi collection, you can design your own LVT floor pattern.
The installation must be meticulous and that is really a prerequisite. Each plate must fit precisely and meticulously so as not to “escape” in further connection, which can be seen after a few meters. Therefore, this type of installation is a bit slower than a board of regular dimensions. The plates at the ends are cut just like any other LVT vinyl sub-knife.
As plinths for these floors, the design of the LVT floor can be continued or aluminum or MDF plinths in the chosen color can be installed.
Price LVT floor iD Mixonomi
The approximate prices of LVT floor materials for iD Mixonomi are around 45 euros / m2 without VAT. The price can be a bit better when it comes to larger quantities. This price does not include gluing or substrate preparation.
With the iD Mixonomi collection, you can design your own pattern.
Source: Gradnja by www.gradnja.rs.
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