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Entrance flooring systems play a crucial role in creating clean, healthy and safe education environments by reducing the amount of dirt and moisture entering a building. This in turn minimises the risk of slips and trips and also protects the interior floor coverings, particularly crucial as the winter months and weather approach. While there are many systems available on the market, Forbo Flooring Systems’ Coral collection has been the market leader for over 40 years.

In fact, Forbo has recently refreshed its Coral collection, which can stop up to 95% of dirt and moisture from entering a building and can reduce cleaning time by up to 65%. The range now consists of four existing products: Coral Brush, Coral Classic, Coral Duo and Coral Welcome, as well as two new solutions: Coral Grip HD and Coral Interior.

Coral Grip HD is a robust dirt and grit remover for inside and outside use, ideal for areas leading to and from leisure or sports environments, while Coral Interior is a unique concept that completes an entrance flooring system. To prevent dirt and moisture from being tracked into a building, prolonging the life of interior floor coverings and reducing maintenance costs for end users, it is suggested that a three-zone entrance flooring system is designed – and this is where Coral Interior comes into play.

Available in eight colourways, Coral Interior has been developed for use in zone three, such as in reception and larger circulation areas upon entering a building. The innovative modular design, which comprises a mix of planks and tiles, can also be colour matched with other Coral products. And as there is no pattern, tiles and planks can be laid randomly to create a unique design.

To stop dirt in its tracks, visit to learn more about the Coral collection.

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