Floor coverings are normally top layers of floor systems that includes fibre reinforced self levelling screeding – Floor top layers is normally combined with sublayers as, for example, fibre reinforced flexible self-levelling screeding.
- Vinyl flooring → this heavy duty floor coverning, normally 2mm is the top layer of a system that can combine with underlay (technical floor systems) , self levelling screeding. It is mostly used in cabins, offices and public areas.
- Raised floors (elevated floor tiles laid on pedestal to allow and hide electrical cable running underneath) → This type of floor is typically isntalled inside control room / electronic areas.
- LVT flooring → Luxury vinyl tiles flooring are a upscale floor top layer, that is typically found in same areas than vinyl flooring, only except in areas with less traffic, where visual aspect is emphasized
- Tile flooring → Floor systems that is usually combined with underlay (Technical flooring system), self levelling screeding. Tile flooring is typically used in technical, wet and heavy duty areas such as Galley, laundries and wet units, where floor resistance and anti-slid properties are required..
- Epoxy flooring → Floor with strong mechanical and abrasive resistance properties, typically used in wet area such as wet unit, shower cubicles, common sanitary, laundry and Galley areas, where resistance, low maintenance and anti slid properties are required.
- Carpet flooring → Floor that combine comfort and resistance in high traffic passenger areas. Typically, carpet flooring is installed in top offices, cabins and corridors
All our materials are SOLAS and IMO certified for use at sea.
SPTsa has developed deep expertise in floor coverings, both in terms of advice, fitting and maintaining. Its careful selection of products insure long term use with low maintenance, in respect with industry best practices while complying with class and authorities requirements.