REGUPOL everroll alpine flooring
Do you have any questions about our REGUPOL everroll alpine flooring? We are sure you will find an answer here:
Yes, this is the case. Reason is that the raw granulates contain different colour pigments and these vary in price.
Our flooring achieves results from „Efl“ up to „Bfl-s1“. Please talk to a REGUPOL Expert for more information.
REGUPOL everroll alpine is extremely robust, it provides safety, is multifunctional and for years it has proven that it works in an alpine environment..
This depends on how intense the Floor is used. But we are proud to say that our floor (proper installation, cleaning and usage provided) last over a lot of years.
REGUPOL everroll alpine is in the middleprice segment compared to elastic and textile floor coverings.
The price-performance ratio results from the composition of the used materials.
We do not fully recommend this. Unicolour Designs have a higher dirt susceptibility. If speckled colours are used, the dirt and usage marks are less visible.
Yes, when used under normal circumstances, the flooring withstands all of this.
Some products out of the REGUPOL everroll alpine portfolio can be used. On a case-by-case base the requirement profile needs to be compared to the properties of the flooring.
No, the rolls are butt-joined and then fully glued to the substrate.
Yes, horizontally as well as vertically, but the edges need a proper protection.
Yes, this is possible. On a case-by-case base the requirement profile needs to be compared to the properties of the flooring.
This depends on where and how the product should be used. This then determines how the floor is laid (loose or glued).
We recommend this partially. Please get in contact with our sales consultants for more information.
Depending on the product, it will be rolls or tiles, packed on pallets.
Yes, it can be laid individually but this requires special arrangements.
All of our REGUPOL everroll alpine products need approx. 8 hours in consistent room temperature to acclimatise (ideally overnight).
We recommend a two-part Polyurethane adhesive.
We recommend a two-part Polyurethane adhesive to glue the tiles to the substrate.
In short terms: with a jigsaw and a raw hacksaw blade.
We offer a total of 72 colours and Design Groups. Custom Colours are also possible (depending on the Size of the project)
Here you can see how REGUPOL everroll alpine looks in an alpine environment.
The main difference is the Raw Material. Black SBR Rubber is the result of Tire-recycling (and is therefore less expensive), whereas the colourful EPDM Rubber is processed as Virginrubber (and therefore more expensive).
Arising from this are the various technical properties.
All REGUPOL everroll alpine flooring products have a material-typic particular odour.
There are various possibilities
Dry-cleaning with a normal Vacuum cleaner.
Wet-cleaning: manually with a standard mop and a proper Microfibre Cloth or mechanically with an auto-scruber-machine. Please do not use a cleaning machine where a plate is horizontally scrubbing over the floor (a so called “Auto-Disk scrubber”)
REGUPOL is offering appropriate cleaning solutions.
Yes, this is possible. Usually, the flooring contractor is fulfilling this work.
Yes, this is possible. Please get in contact with our sales consultants for more information.
Sizes are as follows for the roll-material:
Width: 1.250 mm und Length between 10 m / 15 m / 20 m, thickness as per chosen product.
The products REGUPOL everroll alpine EL, REGUPOL everroll alpine MT and REGUPOL everroll alpine SF come in a tile format in the size of 1.000 x 500 mm.
Thickness depending on the product between 22 and 43 mm.
Experience has shown that it is more feasible to measure and cut on site.
For all of our REGUPOL everroll alpine products the following waste codes should be used in Europe:
The waste key according to the European Waste Catalogue (EWC number) refers to the real wastes origin and therefore is not product- but use-oriented. List of proposed waste codes/waste designations in accordance with EWC for unglued / unsealed products: 07 02 99. Should the product be glued down or sealed, the EWC Code is 17 02 03.
More detailed information is available in the Safety Data Sheet from each product.
To make sure that all local legislation is being followed, please talk to your local disposal company.
Very simplified you can calculate with:
For each m² and each mm thickness, our roll-material weighs approx. one kg
A Puzzletile in a thickness of 6 mm weighs approx. 2 kg per piece.
Our REGUPOL everroll EL Tiles in 30 mm weighs approx. 11,5 kg per Tile
Our REGUPOL everroll SF Tiles in 22 mm weighs approx. 13 kg per Tile.
Our REGUPOL everroll MT Tiles in 27 mm weighs approx. 12 kg per Tile.
Yes, this is projectrelated possible.
To get an optimal result, you should remove the old flooring. Please talk to a REGUPOL Expert for further advice.
REGUPOL everroll alpine is open for diffusion, on the butt-joints of the rolls and tiles it is permeable. Therefore we recommend to use a two-part polyurethane adhesive.
Reason is that the raw-materials and binders as well as the way of production have an impact on the calculation.
There are a lot of references. Please get in contact with one of our sales representatives for more information.
Our products can be installed by any professional flooring installer.
Small samples will be send to you. Please get in contact with one of our Sales Representatives
No, REGUPOL everroll alpine is known as a Flooring with antislip properties.
Not a lot, the flooring stays antislip and blunt.
Yes, REGUPOL everroll alpine has these capabilities. Please get in contact with our sales consultants for more information.
Most of our products are suitable for this type of application.
Delivery times are quite variable. There are design groups and thicknesses that are ready to load in our stock. Others are in our stock as a large roll and therefore only need to be cut to length; or some that need to be produced completely. There are a couple of hundred alternatives available. This requires a proper production planning to shorten the time between ordering and delivery to the jobsite.