Tufted Carpet Tiles - Wacker Chemie AG


Tufted Carpet Tiles

  • Polymeric compound backing

    PVC, bitumen or other. Primary function is to provide weight and dimensional stability.

  • Nonwoven fiberglass layer

    Provides dimensional stability.

  • Polymeric compound layer

    PVC, bitumen or other. Primary function is to provide weight and dimensional stability.

  • Precoat

    Formulated with VINNAPAS® VAE dispersions; filled with calcium carbonate (selected fillers) and adjusted with additives, e.g., dispersing agents or thickeners. Main function: tuft bind. The precoat fixes the fibers to the primary backing.

  • Primary backing

    Can be made from woven or nonwoven fabrics. Main function: carrier for fibers.

  • Carpet Face

    Made from synthetic fibers, such as polyamide, polypropylene and polyester, or natural fibers, such as wool or sisal.

Carpet tiles are a flexible alternative to tufted broadloom carpets. They can be laid easily and form a high-quality, comfortable flooring. Carpet tiles have a multilayered structure in which the tufted fibers are anchored onto a primary backing, which in turn is bonded to a base layer, typically PVC, polyolefin or bitumen. The requirements for tiles are chiefly dimensional stability and good "workability" of the end product. VINNAPAS® VAE dispersions in the precoat bind the tufted fibers to the primary backing.

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