Interface Composure CircuitBac Green
Product information of the company:
Interface, Inc. is a global commercial flooring company with an integrated collection of carpet tiles and resilient flooring, including luxury vinyl tile (LVT) and nora® rubber flooring. Our modular system helps customers create interior spaces while positively impacting the people who use them and our planet.Our mission, Climate Take Back™, invites the industry to join us as we commit to running our business in a way that is restorative to the planet and creates a climate fit for life.
Composure with CircuitBac® Green Backing
Composure´s natural inspiration shows in the design and practical benefits. The refreshed palette takes on more colour, with both chalky pastels and poppy brights which can be used in isolation or using tonal colours together to create a transitional effect from light to dark.
The tufted patterned structured loop pile from 100% solution dyed nylon contains 75% recycled content. The flooring products that we sell – carpet tile, LVT, and nora rubber sheets and tiles – are carbon neutral across their full product life cycle. For end-of-life we offer different options and make sure they don’t go into landfill.
Our CircuitBac® Green backing is available in size 50 x 50 cm. It offers the best possible environmental performance. The bio-based content used provides a carbon-negative alternative to existing backing materials, reducing the overall carbon footprint of the finished carpet tile significantly and increasing the total recycled and biobased content. The total recycled and biobased content for a product using CircuitBac Green can be as high as 87%, depending on the overall design.
Like other Interface backings, CircuitBac® Green performs to the highest standards – and has the dimensional stability for a glue-free installation using TacTiles®.
See the link for our backing option Graphlex® at the bottom of this page.
Benefits to health and environment
- low emissions and odours
- low pollutant content
- no adverse impact on health in the living environment