Designing education facilities is of considerable importance for the wellbeing and health of all who frequent them. The physical environment has a strong influence on learning, and floor coverings in particular form a major component within the building thus requiring careful consideration when choosing interior products.
nora systems takes another step towards a sustainable future: all nora rubber flooring products produced by the manufacturer, which has been part of the Interface Group since 2018, are now carbon neutral.
Education facilities require products with excellent performance characteristics, a challenge that nora rubber floorings are designed for. Made from highest-quality sustainable raw materials, nora floorings offer excellent acoustic properties, are highly dirt repellent, have excellent fire protection properties according to EN 13 501 and DIN 53 436.
Comfort and safety
nora floorings are slip resistant, warm underfoot, permanently resilient and combine high walking comfort with anti-fatigue properties – a must for people who are on their feet all day standing or walking.
norament stairtreads offer an all-in-one tread, nosing, riser available with DDA compliant safety strips.
When it comes to the cost of a floor covering, cleaning and maintenance is a key factor. This is where nora rubber floor coverings bring all their strengths to bear: They are extremely hard wearing and do not require a coating and their dense surface means they can be kept clean easily. nora systems recently developed an innovative floor care system: nora pads – cleaning disks that are impregnated with microscopically small diamonds. With nora pads, the use of cleaning chemicals can be kept to a minimum. The extremely dense, closed surface allows easy, economic cleaning without the need for coatings, making it potentially the most cost-effective flooring solution on the market.
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