Ecore, a manufacturer of high-performance flooring products, is showcasing two of its newest lines of resilient flooring at the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) conference taking place March 23 to 26 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Attendees can view these products in booth #523.

Baller Motivate Class I 

Developed for athletic courts and multipurpose areas, Baller Motivate Class I provides exceptional commercial-grade durability and realistic wood/court visuals. Featuring a 2mm vinyl surface layer factory fusion bonded to a 5mm VCR base layer, the performance flooring product is quiet underfoot, easy to maintain, resistant to static and rolling loads and offers consistent playability. The floor is resistant to static and rolling loads and is ergonomic with an absorption of impact energy (force reduction) of 28.3% for ASTM F2772 Class I requirements. 

ASTM F2772 measures four key factors to certify and classify flooring safety and suitability for indoor sports activities. These factors include: force reduction, surface finish effect (also called “friction”), ball rebound, and vertical deformation. Each parameter provides valuable information for selecting a sports/recreational flooring system.

Heritage Motivate PVT 

This is the first PVT offering from Ecore and is designed to be safer, quieter and more ergonomic than traditional luxury vinyl products. Heritage features a fiberglass reinforced 2mm vinyl surface layer bonded to a 5mm VCR base layer for a 21mil wear layer that provides commercial grade durability and a realistic wood look. The true-to-life visuals of the surface layer offer natural wood variation among the planks for an authentic woodgrain look with backing by a Motivate base layer to provide excellent safety and ergonomic performance. 

Heritage Motivate is ideal for a full range of interior applications from health & wellness facilities to offices, education, fitness spaces, schools, retail locations, living spaces and more. It is available in 10 natural wood tones.

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