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Expanded Flooring Line Offers Improved Aesthetics


Style and substance come together in the latest commercial flooring offering from Ecore. One of the surfaces in the Ecore Commercial Rx Collection, Cosmos Rx is a sound absorbent, ergonomic, and safe flooring solution offered in a variety of modern finishes to compliment both traditional and contemporary interiors.

“What distinguishes Cosmos Rx from other commercial flooring offerings is its emphasis on aesthetics,” said Bo Barber, vice president of sales for Ecore. “Subtle pearlescent fragments embedded into the surface design give the flooring depth and movement that changes with the light in the room. This visual variation creates a sense of calm, comfort and welcome.”

Like all products in the Rx Collection, Cosmos Rx leverages Ecore’s patented itstru technology, making the space where it’s installed quieter and more safe and ergonomic than traditional commercial flooring options. Featuring five millimeters of Ecore's vulcanized composition rubber backing fusion-bonded to a modern heterogeneous vinyl sheet, Rx products offer anti-fatigue capabilities that enhance force reduction and energy restitution, delivering increased comfort underfoot and reducing the risk of injury associated with falls.

Additionally, Cosmos Rx provides premium sound control and is extremely hygienic as a result of its heat-welded installation, leaving no pores or crevices to collect dirt, mold or other irritants. Combined, these features make it an ideal solution for senior living spaces, healthcare, multifamily, hospitality and any area expecting heavy commercial use.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 7/27/2018


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