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When it comes to imaginatively and individually designing kindergartens, schools and universities, nora rubber flooring is the first choice. With over 300 colours, designs and surfaces to choose from in the standard range, they allow maximum creative scope for creating a truly comfortable atmosphere.
In addition, factory pre-assembled inlays and comprehensive colour and room designs can be easily incorporated within the flooring system. Through accurate cutting using ultrasound technology, precise images, patterns, courts or signage can be installed into the surface of the flooring and even without joint-sealing. The nora inlay service allows playful design elements or signage to be incorporated. Every property is therefore given its special and unique character.
The compatibility of construction materials such as flooring is very important when planning and building educational facilities. This is because students and teachers spend many hours a day in these establishments. Their health and wellbeing form the basis for future learning success. nora floorings in the education sector are certified as low-emission and contribute to good indoor air quality in kindergartens, schools and universities. This is proven by awards from the world's most important quality seals such as the Blue Angel (UZ120), among others.
nora floor coverings in the education sector naturally contain no plasticisers (phthalates) or halogens (chlorine, for example). They are also PVC-free. This makes them the perfect choice for the sensitive areas of the education sector.
Coating-free nora rubber flooring provides a major advantage: they require no coating and therefore no elaborate basic cleaning - neither at the beginning nor at any point during their product life. This means time and cost savings, i.e. fewer chemicals needed, less time spent and thus lower costs.
Nora flooring for the education sector maintain a high-quality appearance throughout their product life and are affordable to maintain. Accordingly, their LCA (life cycle cost analysis) is also beneficial. By planning ahead, money can thus be saved when it comes to maintaining educational facilities. This is because only 20-30% of the building life cycle costs are incurred during construction; in contrast, 70-80% are incurred during maintenance.
Due to the long-lasting elasticity, nora floorings absorb the majority of noise. This creates a quiet and pleasant atmosphere in education facilities and facilitates learning and teaching.
For teachers, this elasticity is particularly ergonomically advantageous because the body is relieved during long periods of standing and walking around. Teachers do not tire as quickly and stay more productive for longer.
nora rubber floor coverings made from durable elastic offer maximum comfort for kindergartens, schools and universities. They are pleasantly warm to the touch, even for barefoot little ones. As a result, learning environments are created in which people can safely move people, feel comfortable and motivated to learn.
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Your daily operations and related budgets over the long term become more efficient and cost-effective when you eliminate the need of floor coatings in your facility. Say goodbye to waxes, strippers, and the time needed to spread and cure these chemicals with nora. Providing a naturally dense and non-porous surface, nora rubber doesn’t require any additional varnishes.
You need an environment that can stand up to heavy traffic, rolling loads, and years of use. Wear-resistant nora rubber is manufactured for elasticity and density, providing a cost-efficient flooring solution that delivers reliable, easy-to-maintain value, year after year. In some settings, nora floor coverings have been on the job for more than 30 years and still maintain a flawless appearance. Save yourself unnecessary renovation work and make your spaces enduringly usable and sustainable.
Specific solutions for wear-resistance
In our everyday life, we primarily spend our time in closed rooms. If these rooms have been outfitted using building materials that emit pollutants, these pollutants will accumulate and lead to issues ranging from odor to impacts on health.
Specific solutions for Indoor Air Quality
Small children learn and discover using all of their senses. They play on the floor and get into everything. nora rubber floors are environmentally friendly and since they are low-emission they contribute to a healthy indoor air quality as well as a pleasant indoor environment in education facilities.
Did you know that about 90% of the cost of a floor comes from the perpetual care and maintenance over its entire service life? Chemicals, coatings, and special equipment make cleaning both complex and costly – impacting your operational optimization, and efficiency.
The non-porous, highly dense surface of nora rubber makes cleaning easy to handle – as it’s coating-free and requires little more than water to keep looking new. When it comes to economical cleaning, nora is unbeatable.
Flooring plays a central role in your interior design. Due to the large area that it covers, it has an enormous impact on the overall impact of your design. Inlays give you unlimited possibilities for elevating your space. Create patterns, effects, wayfinding systems, or brand-specific elements –your imagination can be boundless.
Economic analysis of flooring shows that investment costs represent only a small part of total costs. Up to 90% of the costs will only be incurred later, in its useable life. These include regularly recurring protective film restoration, basic cleaning, the application of new coatings, and the associated downtime costs. nora rubber floor coverings, in contrast, are uniquely economical over their useable life thanks to their low follow-up costs.
If there is a fire, every second counts. Fhe fire and smoke properties of the materials used in construction are important. nora rubber floor coverings are flame-retardant (according to EN 13 501) and fire-toxicologically safe (according to the German standard DIN 53436).