Pattern Elongation

Pattern Elongation

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Pattern elongation

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Pattern elongation

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What you need to know

Pattern Elongation or Pattern Run-Off occurs during the manufacturing process when pattern size or repeat spacing increases from one breadth of carpet to the next. This is generally due to a lack of equal tension across the carpet during manufacturing. It can also occur during the application of the secondary backing. Prior to installation, the installer should measure and define the exact pattern match. Installing the carpet in sequence is important, however

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