Mannington Commercial, a leader in flooring for commercial interiors, has been awarded the Best of NeoCon Gold in Healthcare Flooring, for the companion collections, Divergent modular carpet and Divergent LVT.
Inspired by the soothing tranquility of nature and designed for a tremendous variety of healthcare, retail, hospitality, and corporate applications, this line of carpet complements and completes the Divergent Collection of LVT, launched in April 2016.
Commercial applications demands high performance products, so Divergent was designed with a strong emphasis on quality and durability: both carpet and LVT lines stand up to heavy traffic and stains in every kind of setting.
Since Mannington believes that functionality need not come at the expense of aesthetics—the organic beauty of the Divergent Collection renders a calming, spa-like feel. Versatile patterns, from soft lines to strong graphics, deliver a collection that stand alone or play together to create countless unique installations. A neutral palette drawn from wood, soft metals and cool industrial materials, crosses both platforms, coordinating without being overly matched.
Divergent LVT is available in 18”x18” and 18”x36”, while carpet is available in 18”x 36” plank. The cohesiveness of the two Divergent collections is more than visual: Mannington’s Seam+Advantage can chemically welds the LVT and carpet together, creating seamless transitions without transition strips.
Made with renewable materials and pre-consumer content, Divergent LVT is finished with Quantum Guard HP, the highest performing urethane for greater scratch and stain resistance and enhanced slip retardance. Divergent carpet is manufactured Econyl 100% regenerated nylon 6, for superior stain resistance and appearance retention. Both lines can be reclaimed and closed-loop recycled through Mannington’s LOOP®. The modular format of the collection was intentionally designed to reduce waste and downtime. Made in the USA.
The Best of NeoCon® is sponsored by Contract magazine, Merchandise Mart Properties, Inc., The International Interior Design Association (IIDA), The International Facility Management Association (IFMA), and The McMorrow Reports for Facilities Management.
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