Long service life for resource conservation
“Rubber floor coverings have a long service life and are also hard-wearing and easy to clean”, says Komondi. “As such, they are ideal for heavy-traffic spaces such as museums”. How often a flooring needs to be replaced during a building’s service life has a significant effect on both cost and environmental impact. A resistant floor covering conserves more resources, with the result that it is both more sustainable and economical. When subjected to normal levels of stress, noraplan floorings have a service life of over 30 years. “The combination of a long service life and being easy to clean has a positive effect on the life cycle cost and the environmental footprint of the building”, says Komondi.
Carbon-neutral floors for climate protection
Thanks to their combination of low maintenance costs and durability, nora floors are also impressively economical over their life cycle. nora rubber floor coverings require no re-coating and are extremely durable, easy to clean and even carbon-neutral. In this project, nora was also able to provide the principal with carbon-neutral certification. nora is constantly working to reduce the carbon footprint of its products. It compensates for any unavoidable greenhouse gas emissions by purchasing emission reduction certificates that finance climate protection projects. nora floor coverings are also extremely low-emission, which contributes to pleasant indoor air quality.
Robust, long-lasting and easy to maintain, nora rubber floors have a decisive impact on the sustainability of pioneering exhibition concepts.