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Monday, 09 December 2019 11:56

"PEDROSS goes greener": Sustainability, new products and an even larger exhibition stand at Domotex 2020

PEDROSS presents itself from its green side in Hanover and displays new products such as the CLIPSTAR FAST and a new solid wood program.

Laces (Italy), 6th December 2019. Health and sustainability are currently in great demand and will define the upcoming Domotex, as well. In the new year, the leading trade fair for floor coverings focuses entirely on Green Living and personal well-being with the leading theme "Atmysphere". PEDROSS is taking the opportunity to showcase the concept of sustainability prominently at its stand in Hall 13 (stand number E23). With 162 square meters, the stand is considerably larger than last year. Simultaneously, visitors can explore brand new products such as the CLIPSTAR FAST, a robust solid wood program and many other trends from the world of flooring accessories.

CLIPSTAR FAST and trendsetting white in the spotlight
With the CLIPSTAR FAST, an innovative PEDROSS product (patent pending) celebrates its premiere in Hanover. The tool-free clip system for skirting boards impresses with easy handling and a record-breaking assembly time. It is therefore perfectly suited to modern consumer and customer needs. With the invisible fastening system in the familiar PEDROSS standard milling, unpleasant drill holes and dirt are a thing of the past. The CLIPSTAR FAST applies tension force and therefore guarantees a smooth installation even with floating floors and dry walling. Domotex visitors intensively test the new product directly at the stand.

At the same time, PEDROSS gives its white product range plenty of room showing the trendsetters’ whole variety with different profiles, shapes and base materials. Visitors to the fair can also look forward to a new solid wood program characterised by a highly resistant surface foil. Developed in close cooperation with the long-term partner and customer DÖLLKEN PROFILES, the solid spruce wood profiles are the ideal finish for example for laminate and wood floors. The resistant wrapping with chlorine-free PP-based polyblend guarantees comprehensive protection. Thus, the cubic skirting boards are, for example, ideally shielded against humidity and dampness. They are available in four heights and two different thicknesses. The joint launch of the product innovation marks a new peak in the successful partnership between PEDROSS and Döllken Profiles, which has been characterized by a strategic and trust-based cooperation at eye level right from the start in 1977.

Sustainability and the direct digital print define the 2020 trade-fair appearance
In Hanover, PEDROSS shows its (green) colors and aligns its stand completely with its motto “PEDROSS goes greener”. The company even introduces a new logo created specifically for the appearance at Domotex, which emphasizes the fact that sustainability has been in the corporate DNA since day one. The well-known PEDROSS red gradually turns into a bright green and is completed by a green footprint. A strong key visual underlines the ecological message by drawing attention to a hand growing out of Zebrano wood and protecting a tree.

Correspondingly, the direct digital print inspires the trade fair visitors on a wide variety of base materials. Allowing the tree to remain in the forest, the innovative product, at the same time, guarantees a realistic reproduction of the desired decor through the usage of the latest digital technology. The Indian apple tree, Zebrano & Co. are printed directly on polystyrene, natural spruce wood, mirror glass, magnetic stripes and many other materials – with haptic 3D structures and a brilliant look. The customer can thus choose countless decors as well as base materials and create a harmonious living environment without damaging the tropical rainforest.