Material sample FS "Anthracite"

EAN: 4251469305137 | Item no.: 0513

The material sample is cut out of a regularly manufactured plate. It shows the original properties that can be expected from the product. However, it should be noted that it's a factory-fresh product and some properties are fully distinct after multiple days or weeks of use. This can be accelerated by washing it in the dishwasher.

Thanks to the material sample you can test the properties that are relevant for the planned use. Put it into the freezer box filled with water and check in the freezer if it's really frost-resistant. Hit it with a hammer and look and listen how stable, elastic and damping it is. Test the sample haptically and optically. However, please note that the typical distance during the observation is about 150 cm. Convince yourself how fast the potential new-smell vanishes. The relationship of resistance against mechanical loading and abrasion to damping, elasticity and open-pore nature is optimally adapted for the use of the tiles on normally loaded surfaces.


Colour Anthracite A car tyre is made of black dyed rubber (SBR). That's why the rubber granulate made of car tyres is also black. During processing with a colourless binder, black products are made. Similarly to the car tyres, the colour changes in these products after a short time from full black to a dark grey, also known as anthracite.

material The rubber granulate with irregularly formed particles is obtained from discarded tyres. It mainly consists in the high-valuable mix of natural rubber (NR) and synthetically manufactured Styrene-Butadiene Rubber (SBR). The material properties of the WARCO preform largely correspond to those known from SBR. The granulate with an edge length from 1.0 to 3.0 mm creates fine-grained surfaces.

Assembly The tiles are laid edge to edge in the 50% offset. This means, the plates in one row are displaced a half-length of the tile towards the adjacent rows. Four plastic connectors included to each tile join the adjacent rows together. Every plate is connected to 2 tiles from the previous and 2 tiles from the next row. However, this connection is not stable and doesn't prevent the plates from drifting apart, so that the surface has to be bordered.

Structure of the underside

The bottom side of the tile is strongly structured on the entire surface. There are symmetrically arranged "frustums" with a height of about 75 mm looking from the bottom side of the wear layer. They are functional elements leading to the optimisation of the damping and drainage. The tiles can be laid on a bound base course or on a plastic honeycomb grid. Please take note of the laying instruction.

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