Durable and safe
The norament rubber floors installed in Anji are ideal for museum areas: available in a wide range of colours, the floors also offer a high level of tread and slip resistance for all visitors. This significantly reduces the risk of injury due to falls (e. g. by children). Like all nora rubber floorings, norament floor coverings also have excellent fire retardant properties, which is an important safety aspect for public areas with a high number of visitors. Furthermore, due to their extremely dense surface, nora floors are very robust and durable, and do not need coating or sealing during their entire service life. As a result, they are economical to maintain in the long term and have an impressively positive life cycle cost balance. They can also be completely disinfected if necessary, which is a great advantage, particularly in the context of increased hygiene requirements.
Sound-absorbing and ergonomic
It was also essential for the flooring to be soundabsorbing. Good acoustics are critical for a museum of such size, as they minimize disturbance to the large number of visitors. Thanks to their high permanent resilience, the rubber floor coverings dampen the noise of footsteps considerably and help provide a quiet atmosphere. nora rubber floor coverings also have excellent ergonomic properties: they make walking and standing more comfortable, which in turn improves the museum experience.
nora floor coverings deliver a combination of stylish aesthetic and maximum functionality. In modern museums, they present an attractive design element, while offering comprehensive safety.