As regular readers of our News Posts will know, COBA Europe’s autumn print advertising campaign is well and truly underway. Our focus is on promoting our range of Entrance Matting Systems. Having kicked off the campaign with our Premier Track advertising in last month’s major flooring contractor publications, it’s now our super-smart Plan.a aluminium entrance matting that gets its chance to shine this October.
The core message in our Plan.a adverts is “who knew aluminium could be this flexible?” It’s a little play on words because we know aluminium, as a material, simply isn’t flexible! But there is great flexibility in the options associated with our custom made-to-order Plan.a entrance matting systems (which incidentally are manufactured by COBA Europe in the UK). The versatility of Plan.a provides scope for specifiers to incorporate the ideal heavy-duty system in virtually any commercial or public environment.
When it comes to exceptional choice, Plan.a is the master of most aluminium entrance matting systems. Choose your surface material from Atrium (nylon carpet); Needlepunch (carpet) or PVC ribbed strips. Opt for one, or a combination of two or more – in a choice of colours. There is then the choice of Open or Closed Cell construction depending on whether you want debris to stay on the mat’s surface, or fall through the mat. (That’s usually down to location, footfall and your preferred method of cleaning.) Finally, there is a choice for recessed matwell and surface-laid installations; the latter coming with the option of ramped edging to reduce trip hazards and allow wheeled access.
With so many variations, Plan.a is the ideal solution for bespoke, high performance entrance matting. And you can order in the knowledge that it will be manufactured specifically for your location. (It’s worth noting that COBA Europe provides a templating service to ensure it is the perfect fit.)
So, as our adverts in this month’s Contract Flooring Journal magazine and Tomorrow’s Flooring say, “who knew aluminium could be this flexible?” If you didn’t, we hope you do now!