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Trinity Surfaces Headlines HCD 2017

November 3, 2017

ORLANDO, FLA.- The Trinity Surfaces team is ecstatic to be heading to HCD 2017. The Healthcare Design Conference & Expo, is also known as “the cream of the crop” in the healthcare design industry. From November 11 through November 14, our team will be on hand (Booth #734) to discuss trends, sustainability, and innovative new products!

The Highlights for Healthcare Design Conference 2017

One of the products we look forward to presenting is Panariagroup Research Centre’s PROTECT line, which has a true antimicrobial shield built into the ceramic that eliminates up to 99.9% of bacteria on the surface.

Another exciting favorite is 2tec2’s woven vinyl flooring. It is a synthetic floor covering composed of vinyl yarns with glass fiber core, woven together on jacquard looms and finished with a homogeneous vinyl backing, reinforced with a non-woven glass fiber.

Packing a punch for HCD 2017 is a variety from Centaur Floor Systems.  From Riptide’s attractive, marbleized look to Sandbar’s PU finish, these options are homogeneous and slip resistant, designed specifically for healthcare.

Advanced Vinyl Artistry (AVA) will also make waves at this year’s Healthcare Design Conference & Expo with its SPRK product line. The line features an amp coating that is anti-microbial and has increased scratch-resistant built into it.

Tile nerd alert! GeodesyTM Solid Vinyl Tile will be bringing the beautiful design of tone-on-tone speckled patterns with the durability of solid vinyl to HCD 2017.

Last, but absolutely not least, Imagination Studios from LSI Floors lets you step into the creation control center, where you can design your own, stunning vinyl flooring.

Get ahead of the game

Download this free, limited edition of The Trinity Surfaces Times! Just click the clipping below for your copy.

Happy on the Floor, Healthcare Design Conference 2017 Newspaper

 

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This post was written by Jennifer Horning

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