DuPont Sorona Carpet Tiles

Published Jun 15, 2015


Advance Flooring are proud to bring to the New Zealand market commercial carpet tiles made with Dupont Sorona fibre Made in part from sustainably produced plant fibres such as Maize Dupont Sorona effectively revolutionizes the carpet tile industry by combining sustainability and performance benefits like never before.

Producing Sorona uses 30% less energy and reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 63% compared to producing an equal amount of nylon 6. Compared to an equal amount of nylon 6.6, the production of Sorona uses 40% less energy and reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 56%. What’s more, no additional chemical treatments are used for stain resistance.

Sorona offers permanent stain resistance that’s built right into the fibre . Even tough stains like mustard, tomato sauce, coffee and red wine will not penetrate carpets made with Sorona®. Unlike sprayed on surface stain resistant treatments used on other fibres, Sorona’s permanent stain resistance is part of the DNA of the fibre, because of this the stain resistance will never wash off or wear away, carpets will look like new for years to come. Carpets made with Sorona® are bleach- and UV-resistant to reduce fading.

The unique structure of Sorona® makes carpet incredibly durable. Carpets made with DuPont™ Sorona® resist matting because the fibres are crush resistant and retain their shape and texture—step after step, year after year. This high level of carpet durability is perfect for commercial spaces.

In today’s commercial spaces, beauty is simply not enough. That’s why sustainable Sorona will help designers, architects and building owners achieve environmental credits with your projects.

With so much innovation built in, it’s easy to see why Sorona is a natural choice for modern residential and commercial spaces. It’s a beautiful, stain-resistant, long-lasting, sustainable carpet solution that looks and feels great in any room.

For more information contact us or phone us Tollfree in New Zealand 0508 238 262.