Mats Inc. Expands Acclaimed wineo PURline Offering with wineo PURline Fusion

June 18, 2019

Mats Inc., a leading commercial matting and flooring solutions company, today introduces wineo PURline Fusion, an expansion of the company’s wineo PURline offering and an extension of its exclusive partnership with Windmoeller Inc., a recognized leader in innovative and high performance flooring. 

wineo PURline is a class of ecological, hygienic and resilient flooring made from sustainable, high-performance bio-based polyurethane, which is manufactured from plant-based oils and non-limited naturally occurring mineral components. The nonporous flooring is GreenGuard Gold and Cradle to Cradle Silver certified; will not negatively impact indoor air quality, energy consumption or facility costs; and is five times more durable than vinyl, making it ideal for high-traffic public buildings and healthcare facilities.

wineo PURline Fusion offers all the benefits of wineo PURline in 16 varying shades of gray, from light to dark and cool to warm, providing facilities with a robust array of neutral color options to complement any contemporary design.

“wineo PURline has proven to be a highly successful flooring product embraced for its combination of durability, sustainability and appearance,” said Annie Ingraham, product manager with Mats Inc. “We are excited to partner with Windmoeller on the exclusive introduction of PURline Fusion and to offer designers another option for beautiful high performing flooring for high traffic facilities.”

Combined, the wineo PURline and wineo PURline Fusion collections offer 93 beautiful color options in  simple designs and wood patterns with a matte finish. The flooring is available in 6’ 7” x 65’ 7” rolls and plank and tile sizes that include 4” x 24”, 8” x 48”, 10” x 59”, and 20” x 39”.

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