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Pure Pine

Hygienic nonporous material with a tenaciously wear resistant surface. Simple maintenance requirements that involve no finishing, waxing, buffing or stripping. Produced with rapidly renewable & natural raw materials, PURLINE is GreenGuard Gold and Cradle to Cradle Silver certified. The only flooring that can endure the extreme demands of healthcare and public buildings produced with bio-polyurethane.
Pure Pine
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Colors White, Wood
Formats Plank
Dimensions ~8" x 48"
Thickness 0.09"
Weight 0.74 lbs/sqft
Warranty 15 year Limited Warranty
Sustainability and Wellness
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Material Composition
  • Performance Layer - Clear polyurethane for 5x durability vs. LVT.
  • Print Layer - Décor paper for an authentic look.
  • Stability Layer - Fiber glass for dimensional stability.
  • Base Layer - Proprietary organic polyurethane.
  • Bottom Layer - Fleece-Tec backing for sound absorption and comfort underfoot.
Maintenance Instructions

Routine Cleaning
Dust mop or vacuum the floor to remove dirt or grit and follow one of the following options:

  • Damp mop using a flat microfiber mop and a suitable pH neutral cleaning solution. Change the microfiber head as often as required (such as each patient room in healthcare), and allow the floor to dry prior to use.
  • Steam clean the floor using a suitable steam cleaner and microfiber pads and distilled water (Daimer KleenJet Mega 1000CVP and Telescopic Vapor Steam Mop, or similar). This is an ideal method for patient and small rooms. Allow the floor to dry prior to use.
  • Change the microfiber head as often as required (ex. each patient room) and do not allow the steam to stay stationary on the flooring for more than 5 seconds.
  • Large or heavily trafficked areas should use a suitable auto-scrubbing machine or floor scrubber (~ 175 RPM) with a red pad and a suitable pH neutral cleaning solution. Scrub and wet vacuum up the soiled solution. Rinse with clean water. Remove using a wet vacuum, and allow the floor to dry prior to use.

Deep Cleaning
This may be required when your routine cleaning is not meeting your expectations of removing heavily trafficked soils.

  • Dust mop or vacuum the floor to remove dirt or grit.
  • Wet mop the entire floor using a suitable water soluble cleaning solution. Allow the solution a dwell time of approximately 5 minutes. Scrub the floor using a suitable auto-scrubbing machine or floor scrubber (~ 175 RPM) with a red pad. For small areas, a medium nylon broom and wet vacuum may also be used. Scrub and remove the soiled solution using a wet vacuum. Rinse with clean water. Remove using a wet vacuum, and allow the floor to dry prior to use.

Disinfecting
Perform the following maintenance between surgeries and prior to using the OR:

  • Remove all litter from the floor, and place into waste containers. Damp mop the floor using an EPA-registered disinfectant cleaner, and allow the floor to dry prior to use (check with SOP for required dwell times).
  • Mopping with microfiber mops is preferred as it promotes better dirt removal. Note: Disinfectant cleaners leave a residue behind that can lead to stickiness, especially if over applied and must be removed to avoid it building up. 
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