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Being Australia’s largest flooring retailer,
Carpet Court prides itself on offering quality commercial flooring solutions to suit a wide variety of projects and applications.

Collection Description
The Monitor collection was inspired by the clean and elegant lines of the design studio. Power-saving mode leaves screens glowing a dull charcoal while brightly colored data cables punctuate with a sense of the energy that will fill the room. The Monitor carpet tile range featuring QuietBack™ has been optimised for its acoustic performance.

Technical Details

  • 100% solution dyed nylon
  • Acoustic NRC rating of 0.35
  • Fire certification tested against AS/ISO 9239.1
  • 20 year warranty against delamination
  • Easy to cut and install
  • No bitumen, rubber or PVC fiberglass
  • Certified low VOC


  • One square meter diverts 36 x PET (600ml) drinking bottles
    from landfill
    • LCB Red List Free
  • Phenol & Formaldehyde Free
  • Total VOC’s 0.5 mg/m3 or less
  • Recognised under LEED

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Carpet Tiles Type Acoustic
Install Method Brick, Quarter Turn, Herringbone, Vertical, Plank Half-Lap
Length 250mm
Thickness 8mm
Width 1000mm
Type Carpet Tiles

Warranty Information

Acoufelt provides a limited warranty from the date of installation against undue loss of condition due specifically to faulty materials and workmanship in manufacturing.

Acoufelt warrants that products conform to specifications established for the product and subject to normal use under general contract category for the period of 10 years after installation date. The product will maintain its physical characteristic and acoustic properties throughout the warranty period.

Click here to download the full warranty information brochure.

Care Instructions

Carpets tiles are a very tolerant floorcovering and can be significantly soiled long before soiling is visibly evident to the naked eye. Controlling soil is a preventative concept which will keep soiling to a minimum and prevent the build-up of abrasive dirt which can damage the carpet.

With tracked in and airborne soil accounting for 95% of the overall soil deposited on carpet, it follows that regular vacuuming is the most important component of regular carpet maintenance. Effective vacuuming should remove up to 80% of the soil present in carpets.

Click here to download the full care instructions brochure.