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Superior 1028 SL Sonic - Design 1053
Superior 1028 SL Sonic - Design 1053
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Product description

product line: Superior Line
article name: Superior 1028 SL Sonic
method of production: acoustic carpet tile
surface structure: loop
pile material: 100% Polyamid
fibre composition: 100% Econyl (fibre from recycled material)
backing: CoaTEX Sonic heavy coating
durability class: commercial buildings intensive usage (33)
comfort class: LC1
suitable for DGNB- and LEED-certified premises
free of PVC and bitumen


It’s multi-faceted, multi-coloured aesthetics and exciting feel make the tufted, structured loop carpet SUPERIOR 1028 a true highlight of the current Vorwerk range. With integrated matt or shimmering yarns, which earn points for their delicately subtle or striking, large-surface patterns, this carpet is available in five luxurious designs, each of which is a special eye-catcher. A broad spectrum of 35 colours ensures maximum individuality and a diverse range of interior design options in commercial buildings. Thanks to its use of recycled ECONYL® fibres, SUPERIOR 1028 is especially robust, making it ideal for heavily trafficked areas. Vorwerk flooring is catering to the changing requirements for textile floor coverings in commercial building spaces – both on the national and international markets – and especially the growing demand for modular types of installation. As a result, Vorwerk flooring has developed the SONIC line of tiles further and, from early 2019, will be setting a new standard in the area of acoustics with the Superior 1028 SL SONIC tile backing.

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