Gradus Improves Colourways and Performance of Boulevard Barrier Carpet

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30 September 2009

Contract interiors specialist Gradus has re-launched two of its popular secondary barrier carpet ranges, upgrading the performance and colour choices available in the Boulevard 5000 range, as well as introducing modern colourways to the Boulevard 6000 collection. Renamed Boulevard 5000HD, the barrier carpet now incorporates a light scraper yarn that has enhanced its performance in removing dirt from foot and trolley traffic, plus it’s available in a wider range of eight contemporary colours. Three new colours have been introduced - Kestrel (brown), Redpoll (red) and Swallow (dark blue) – and five existing shades have been renamed to Corncrake, Cuckoo, Shelduck, Moorhen and Jackdaw. The Boulevard 6000 range has also been re-coloured to provide specifiers and contractors with a plainer and more neutral palette, in line with design trends. Eight colourways are now available, including three new additions - Sapphire (bright blue), Mocha (chocolate brown) and Nickel (grey) – plus five colours from the previous collection - Shadow, Rosemary, Galaxy, Indigo and Nightfall. Both ranges are suitable as stand-alone mats in all areas of a building where there is risk of tracked through soil and moisture, from corridors and vending and lift areas to staircases and foyers. Alternatively, Boulevard 5000HD and 6000 can be installed alongside Gradus’ Esplanade Plus and Access primary barrier matting to create a co-ordinated matting system at a building entrance or access point.

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