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Span Floors brings the avant-garde Outwud Vulcan Panelling collection

Beautiful.Durable.Sustainable

Span Floors, Indian wooden flooring & facade industry, Outwud Vulcan Panelling, Solid-wood wall, Ceiling panels, Thermally modified FSC certified plantation timber, Timber with thermal, New Delhi, Satinder Chawla

Span Floors has been sharply focused on bringing responsible luxury in the Indian wooden flooring & facade industry. The Outwud Vulcan Panelling collection is the gold standard in solid-wood wall and ceiling panels. Elegantly crafted from thermally modified FSC certified plantation timber, Outwud Vulcan Panelling is made using  lightweight, stable timber with excellent aesthetic & thermal characteristics. The entire range can be seen at Span Floors store, M-8, M-Block Market, GK-II, New Delhi.

With a visually pleasing and distinctive straight grain, Vulcan introduces the rich feel & colour of nature into the room or an exterior ceiling. Key features include high durability, resistance to sun, water & pests, natural color, non-arsenic with an unmatched ‘Built to Last’ Limited Warranty. The product is made extremely stable & durable with a patented process which includes treatment at very high temperatures, unique sawing method, anti termite treatment and an engineered construction. The wood is cut perpendicular to the grain, hence providing greater stability and less surface cracking.

Satinder Chawla, MD, Span Floors, adds, “Outwud Vulcan Panelling is a brilliant product in terms of responsible luxury. It meets our high technical and performance standards, and carries Forest Stewardship Council Certification. Not only the end users and architects be delighted with the beauty and ease of maintenance the product offers, all stakeholders can rest assured that what they are using actually helps improve the situation of the planetary environment.”

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