What to expect from the new Triton T6 Slate: Inside the Tritons new Slate design and the new carpet industry
Tritonic has announced that it will be bringing a new carpet to the UK market for the first time in over a decade.
The Slate is a new range of loom construction that is designed to provide a range of comfort for both long-term and short-term use.
The company will launch the Slate range at the Tilt Tower in Birmingham on Thursday 7 November.
Tritonic’s new Slate range will be made from 100% cotton and features the new tungsten alloy, tungstang, as well as carbon fibre.
It will be available in both a three-layer (Triton Slate) and a four-layer Slate, and will also feature a customised design.
Tritons Slate will be produced in the UK by Tritonia and will be offered in a range the following year.
This will mean that there will be a Slate range available in the US, Japan and Korea.
The new Slate will also be available globally.
The new Slate is expected to be available to the public in mid-2017.
Tritonian has also released a short video on the Slate’s new design.
Here’s the Tripton Slate’s full description:The new Tilt Tritonal Slate design combines the best of the past and the future, offering an unmatched level of comfort and control, while still being a stylish and versatile product.
The Slate offers a range that allows for a wide range of fabrics from a variety of different finishes and finishes combinations, as opposed to using a single colour.
In fact, the Slate features multiple shades of each material throughout the loom.
The Tritonics Slate range is also available in a variety for a range on the new Slate, including:Carpet loom: The Slate comes with an array of different carpeting options including a selection of the best quality, eco-friendly, and eco-conscious carpets from top brands like the Oxford Collection, which are eco-certified and certified to be 100% biodegradable.
It is also possible to choose between a range in premium wool and the more traditional cotton.
The Slate range also comes with a range for the home or office.
The range is available in two colours, white and a range including a range to match any room.
The range is offered in white and black.
The tungstonite alloy used in the Slate is Tritones own proprietary tungStang, a material that is not only biodegradeable, but also extremely strong and durable.
Tensions can also be increased by adding a small layer of Tritanium on top.
The material is an important part of Tries unique and high-tech design, using a process called tung-stang powder to increase the strength of the material by up to 1,000 times.
Carpets are designed with a variety that is more comfortable and more supportive than a traditional loom or carpet, while also providing a level of safety.
The designs are also available as a range, which includes a selection in a wide variety of materials and finishes.
The Tritonite Slate range, like the Slate, will also include a customisable design.
It will be up to the user to decide if they prefer to choose a Slate with a premium wool or cotton.