Atlantic Link is proud to have been a part of the Salt Lake City Airport project. The project involved renovating a suspended bridge connecting terminal 1 with the car park and rental car services. Consequently, one of the requirements was light material that was resistant to traffic. Lea Ceramiche, Atlantic Link’s partner for providing high-end Italian porcelain tiles to the U.S., has the solution: Slimtech Tiles.

Salt Lake City Airport

Slimtech Tiles in the Salt Lake City Airport

Slimtech Basaltina Stone Project and Slimtech Arenaria were chosen as the right material for use in the concourse area.

The ultra-thin (3.5mm thick) large modular tile (up to 3m x 1m / 9.8 ft x 3.3 ft) is the perfect solution in areas that need flat, smooth, yet durable flooring solutions that can withstand high-traffic. In addition to being ultra-thin, light, and large, the tile is resistant to abrasions, scuff marks, and is slip resistant. As a result of these characteristics, Slimtech is a great choice for busy terminals such as the Salt Lake City Airport.

For more information visit Atlantic Link’s Slimtech products page (found here).

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