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Comfortable, safe and quiet with every step

Nora rubber floor covering systems offer convenient, comfortable and eco-compatible solutions

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As the market leader in rubber floor coverings, Nora systems offers a diverse range of environmentally friendly floor coverings. Nora rubber floor coverings satisfy current requirements for modern-day construction projects. The dense, unbroken surface prevents dirt absorption, thus enabling them to be cleaned easily and economically, without any coating required. With high walking comfort and excellent footfall sound absorption properties, these resilient rubber floorings are the ideal guarantee for harmonious aesthetics. Above this, the floor coverings’ extreme durability, backed up by their slip resistance properties and excellent fire-protection characteristics, ensure lasting safety for generations. Particularly in heavy traffic entrance and stairwell areas, the extraordinary wear-resistance of Nora floor coverings ensure a long-lasting warm, friendly and pleasant atmosphere. 

In addition, the Norament stair treads are conveniently pre-shaped into one piece to make installation into a fast, neat and cost-efficient job for new builds and refurbishment work alike. What's more, Nora floor coverings are easy and low-cost to maintain since they do not require coatings. They do not shrink or crack, so will not need welding at the seams – there is no need to worry about gaps forming which are potential breeding grounds for bacteria and also make cleaning more of a challenge. This reduces costs related to labour, cleaning supplies, water and energy. Nora rubber floorings can also be cleaned using the new Nora pad system requiring only a pad and water, no cleaning solution necessary.

 

 

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For more information and technical support visit: www.nora.com

 

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