THE CONTRACT CARPET COLLECTION
This range of premium contract carpets is impressive in its variety. CUBE includes high-quality cut pile carpets and loop pile with fascinating surface structures.
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COMPACT METHOD – DIFFERENCES THAT CATCH THE EYE.
ANKER has perfected the production of tufted carpets in recent decades with its specially developed COMPACT method. The carpets are tufted extremely densely in an offset arrangement before being washed at 30° C in order to completely remove any residual deposits from dyes and finishing agents. This is followed by a gentle drying and relaxation process. Afterwards, the material is rested so that the fibres can relax before being coated. The result is a product with unparalleled compactness and density, not to mention outstanding wear and cleaning properties.
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A NEVERENDING YARN.
Econyl yarn is a 100% recycled fibre. It’s smart, as it not only safeguards the environment, but the carpet can also be recycled after use, thus completing the cycle. But don’t get too excited just yet. As ANKER carpets are so durable, it will be many, many years before that day ever comes. Did you know that ANKER was the first European manufacturer to turn its attention to the innovative environmental topics of recycling and the use of recycled material? And having learned from experience, ANKER now uses its edge in expertise to enable reliable production and processes with these new materials.
THE HEART OF BRIGHTNESS.
The solution dyed yarn is dyed literally right to the heart. In solution dyed fibres, the dye is introduced into the fibre during production – not merely applied to the outside as in conventional dyeing. This makes for several strong advantages:
• consistent colour from length to length, no colour differences at transitions
• excellent cleaning properties, even with chlorinated cleaning
• compounds hides dirt effectively due to trilobal fibre cross-sectiont
• resistant to UV radiation and yellowing
• more environmentally friendly dyeing process – significantly reduced fresh water, waste water, energy and CO2