The 148-page guide includes the new Trans-Edge TEX range of heavy duty stair edgings for external environments, alongside two new bronze stair edgings and a range of 20 new floor trims, launched in line with the latest flooring trends.
The catalogue also features an easy-to-use three-step specification guide, designed to help flooring contractors and specifiers select the correct stair edging for different applications.
Commenting on the new catalogue, Accessories Product Manager Rachael Robertson said: “The new stair edgings and floor trims catalogue is a must-have guide for flooring contractors and specifiers looking for a complete directory of profiles and trims for all types of flooring and contract environments, supported with the latest specification advice to ensure safe installations that contribute to a reduction in slip, trip and fall accidents.”
The new Trans-Edge TEX stair edgings are ideal for use in outdoor environments such as motorway bridges, railway stations and airport terminals, where weather conditions combined with high volumes of pedestrian traffic can increase the risk of slip and trip accidents.
In addition, the 20 new trims featured in the guide include cover strips, ramping profiles, movement joints and a range of transition strips ideal for use with luxury vinyl tile. The Gradus range of profiles is continually being updated to help provide safe and neat joins between the latest flooring types.
To request a copy of the new stair edgings and floor trims catalogue, contact Gradus Technical Support on 01625 428922. Gradus Technical Support can also provide expert specification and technical advice, as well as samples and literature. Further information is available online at www.gradusworld.com.
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