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Rapid floor renovation keeps business rolling

Nora systems’ nora nTx can be installed in just a few quick, clean steps

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New flooring is possible in just a few hours thanks to the new fast installation system nora nTx from nora systems.

‘At 9am, renovation work started for the three rooms, and at 4pm the same day we were again sitting at our desks,’ report Andrea Harre and Hendrike Meyer of Meyer + Harre Interiors.

The self-adhesive rubber flooring nTx could be installed directly on the old linoleum covering – completely without dust, dirt or noise. ‘It was important to us that we didn’t have to close the office for the renovation,’ emphasises Harre. ‘Another great advantage was that we could use the floor again immediately after the renovation.’ 

Nora nTx, available in noraplan rolls and norament tiles, shortens the installation time by up to half, thereby saving a considerable part of the costs, and is the perfect installation solution for all areas. The system is designed for all of the usual subsurfaces, including screed floors with higher residual moisture levels as often encountered in new buildings. The adhesive acts as a suppressant to 99.9 percent RH and is completely alkaline resistant.  Furthermore, the renovation does not give rise to odours, and the indoor air remains clean.

This product innovation, consisting of a nora nTx floor covering and nora nTx installation materials, presents clear advantages to the installer. In a few steps the flooring can be cleanly and safely installed. The process is simple: grind the floor, apply priming agent with a roller and install two hours later. Once installed it can be used immediately.

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For more information and technical support visit www.nora.com/uk/products


 

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