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CAT Black Aluminium Floor Profiles

FELINE ANF BLACK

FELINE  A/12Z BLACK

AR3 SF BLACK

AT25 BLACK

Black Anodised Aluminium Nosings

AN20/3 PIANO BLACK

AN20R/3 PIANO BLACK

AN21/3 PIANO BLACK

Black PVC Angles for Flooring

PVC Flexible Black Nosings

CAT Black Flooring Profiles and Black Nosings

CAT manufactures a wide range of black and black anodised flooring profiles including black carpet trims and black anodised aluminium stair nosings. The Designer Home Collection includes two high-quality black finishes. Onyx black has a visible texture with a gloss finish and Piano Black has no texture and a highly reflective finish. These finishes are available in a selection of threshold strips, sometimes called door bars. Please see above for profiles such as the A/9/2 which is a carpet to carpet threshold strip and the A/10 which is a carpet to ceramic or resilient flooring profile. 

Our range of black nosings are anodised with a scratch-resistant finish 

All CAT nosings are designed to increase the slip resistance, highlight the step to the eye and provide a high-quality decorative finish to match the decor of buildings and staircases.

FAQs

Can I order Samples of the Brass Nosings?

 

CAT are pleased to offer a fast international sample service for the entire range of brass nosings and nosing accessories. Up to three samples can be requested using our online sample form.​

What is the difference between Brass & Bronze Stair Edgings?

Brass and Bronze are both alloys of copper and consist of combinations of two or more metal's. The difference in these two materials is very slight and only makes a difference when extruding and manipulating the material in its raw state. Other advantages of brass include are increased durability, anti-bacterial properties and a closer colour match to gold leaf over other alloys.

 

 

What Lengths can I order?​

 

All CAT Brass Nosings and Staircase Accessories have a maximum length spec that can not be increased. However, all of our nosings can be ordered to measure to reduce wastage and fitting time on site. When measuring a flight of stairs for nosings, the steps should be numbered from top to bottom, indicating floor levels, flights and landings for the cutting and installation plan. Staircases with open sides should be measured oversize by 50mm for cutting on-site.