- 11 license agreement commitments received: 2 already signed
- Global roadshow to create new industry platforms planned for November
- Technology passes all laminate, wood and LVT performance test
- CEO says industry confirming its readiness for change
Innovations4Flooring has made significant progress since its announcement in June 2014 that it is challenging the status quo in the flooring industry. The company has received a total of eleven commitments for license agreements with two license agreements already signed. Its technology has now successfully passed all the required production and performance tests for laminate, wood and LVT, further solidifying its place as a breakthrough solution. Additionally, a global roadshow travelling to Asia, the United States and countries across Europe is planned for early November this year. The management team will organize regional forums as platforms for industry discussions around the patent landscape as well as to share its vision of the future.
Innovations4Flooring’s, new solutions, 3L TripleLock and Click4U, provide a unique drop-lock installation technique for flooring panels that eliminates the need for an additional insert on the short side. This elimination provides manufacturers with the possibility to improve productivity levels as well as to reduce their costs and carbon footprint. For both solutions several international patent applications have been filed. For the 3L TripleLock solution, patents have already been granted in Europe and the USA. 3L TripleLock provides a drop-lock installation innovation while Click4U provides an angle system on the long side and a drop-lock on the short side. The solution is suitable for laminate, luxury vinyl tiles, wood plastic composite and wooden flooring panels.
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