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BFC means Big Friggin’ Chips! Neoflex™ is a prefabricated rubber flooring made of polymerically bound synthetic rubbers. Neoflex 500, 600, and 700 Series flooring can also be supplied in BFC format using larger coloured EPDM rubber chips to create and architectural feature to your floor.

Any floor can be made into a BFC product, choose from our 500, 600 and 700 Series as a base or design your own from scratch!

For ex-stock rubber, click HERE

 

At a glance:

  • DURABLE
  • COMPLIANT

Colours available

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BFC Series

BFC means Big Friggin’ Chips! Neoflex™ is a prefabricated rubber flooring made of polymerically bound synthetic rubbers. Neoflex 500, 600, and 700 Series flooring can also be supplied in BFC format using larger coloured EPDM rubber chips to create and architectural feature to your floor.

Any floor can be made into a BFC product, choose from our 500, 600 and 700 Series as a base or design your own from scratch!

For ex-stock rubber, click HERE

 

At a glance:

  • DURABLE
  • COMPLIANT

Colours available

Visit company website
Request price / brochure
Downloads
Contact the supplier

Also from Advance Flooring Systems

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BFC Series

BFC means Big Friggin’ Chips! Neoflex™ is a prefabricated rubber flooring made of polymerically bound synthetic rubbers. Neoflex 500, 600, and 700 Series flooring can also be supplied in BFC format using larger coloured EPDM rubber chips to create and architectural feature to your floor.

Any floor can be made into a BFC product, choose from our 500, 600 and 700 Series as a base or design your own from scratch!

For ex-stock rubber, click HERE

 

At a glance:

  • DURABLE
  • COMPLIANT

Colours available

Visit company website
Request price / brochure
Downloads
Contact the supplier
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