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Stripes, curves, circles and more; the Relief collection features rubber flooring for textured surface finishes. Manufactured from rubber gum, Dalsouple floor coverings exhibit exception qualities as their elasticity and ruggedness absorb impact while offering offer excellent resistance over time. Certain installations are still in excellent condition after thirty years.
Dalsouple Relief can be used for hotels, restaurants, museums, boutiques, lofts, homes, etc. Colours remain remarkably stable over time and the elasticity of Dalsouple products provides good walking comfort in addition to good acoustics and noise attenuation, measurable in decibels. Dalsouple floor covers are thus an ideal answer to nearly all constraints in all high-traffic areas: offices, workshops, airport halls and sports halls.
Relief tile dimensions are 682×682 mm and 610×610 mm, with these tiles being available in 80 standard colours or your custom colour (to be chosen, for example, among one of the international standards RAL, Pantone, NCS, Chevallier, etc.). Other custom reliefs are also possible. Additionally, the joints of Relief are practically invisible, thus offering excellent continuity.
Founded in 1945, Dalsouple was initially involved in re-treading tyres before specialising in the fabrication of shoe soles and turning to the development of rubber floor coverings in 1966. Since then the company has been a leader in terms of creating floor coverings for high-traffic areas and public buildings. In 2010, the company initiated the High Environmental Quality (HQE) certification process. Dalsouple manufactures and exports hundreds of thousands of square metres of floor covering throughout the world. They comply with the most stringent standards in the profession.