The SmartDrop Acoustic range of vinyl planks were at the forefront of the introduction to the Australia market of 5mm thick modular planks. After many years, the SmartDrop range continues to be a product that is specified and used with confidence.
Part of the SmartDrop success story is that it offers the market a luxury vinyl plank that can be installed in the same way as modular carpet tiles. This enables both residential and large commercial projects to have products installed faster and provides easier repairs if required.
Many leading architectural firms in Australia have specified SmartDrop because of its proven features and benefits. These include the products’ enhanced acoustical benefits, Dura Coat PUR low maintenance surface, low VOC, Nano Silver anti-bacterial treatment, whilst also being free from heavy metal substances.
The latest technology is used in production in an ISO9001/ISO14001 certified facility that ensures no less than 25% recycle content is used plus the product itself is 100% recyclable, making SmartDrop a sustainable choice for the environment.
Kenbrock has ensured that the SmartDrop Acoustic range of planks adhere to stringent tests so that the product continues to be a market ground breaker. One of the tests performed was a Chamber test that proves SmartDrop is a leader in dimensional stability.
Commercial projects such as the Soda Apartments in Brisbane, DHA Townhouses at Enoggera and the Shangri-La Hotel in The Rocks in Sydney are just some of the locations where SmartDrop Acoustic has provided an attractive flooring solution.
Kenbrock’s Deputy CEO, Bill Moore, said: “We understand the importance of colour and design as well as the technical features and benefits that are required to make a range successful. That is why we spent a considerable amount of time working at and with the factory design team to develop special Australian inspired timbers such as the iconic Blackbutt and spotted gum. To complete the range and provide balance we then included on-trend European and American timbers.”