Spacia Stripping

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Create your ultimate floor design with Amtico Spacia stripping, a feature strip, designed to divide your tiles with a complimentary or contrasting design for your space.

Choose from a variety of colours and effects to divide your tiles and create your ideal look.

Amtico stripping is available in neutral pale stones, sophisticated woods and vibrant abstracts, so whether you’re looking for a grout effect or a contrasting colour for a stylish feature, Amtico have a stripping option for you.

The standard stripping options for spacia have a 3 mm width and available in 3, 6, 9, 13 or 19 x 915 mm length. All sizes have a 2 mm thickness and wear layer of 0.55 mm.

Platform Compatible Version Certified to
IFC IFC - 3 1.3
Revit Revit 2016 + 4 2.0

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Properties and values

IFC
IfcExportAs
ifcCoveringType
IfcExportType
FLOORING
COBie
NBS_General
NBS_Data
AbrasionResistance
Group T, Type 1
AgBBEmissions
Pass / Very Low Emissions
Applications
Commercial environments and high-traffic spaces
BREEAMRating
A+
CastorChairRating
Pass
ChemicalResistance
Excellent
ColourAndPatternOptions
American Oak, Fused Birch, Wenge Wood, Wild Walnut
ColourFastness
≥6
Curling
≤2 mm
DimensionalStability
≤0.25%
Edges
Square
Fixing
Should be installed using Amtico adhesives
FlexibilityRating
Pass
LayingPatternOptions
n/a
Recyclability
100%
RecycledContent
30%
ResidualIndentation
≤0.1 mm
SlipPotentialSlipResistanceValueSRVMinimumPendulumTestValuePTVMinimum
Barnwood & Tick Emboss Dry >60, Wet >36
SlipPotentialSurfaceRoughnessRzMinimum
Barnwood& Tick Emboss Rz=20µm.
SlipResistance
DS, R10
StaticElectricalPropensity
≤2 kV
SurfaceTreatment
Urethane
ThermalResistance
0.013 m²K/W (Suitable for under floor heating)
UseClass
Class 23/ Class 33/ Class 42
WearLayerThickness
0.55 mm
Weight
3400 g/m²
Pset_CoveringCommon
Pset_CoveringFlooring

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What's Changed?

2019-04-29

Minor object standardisation.

2018-05-23
2017-09-27
2017-01-19