Nada Rx is a new ECOsurfaces PVC-free flooring line from Ecore. Designed for commercial spaces where safety, acoustic performance, ergonomic support, comfort under foot and hygienic conditions are key, this new performance surface seamlessly blends functionality, aesthetics, resilience and sustainability, and is an ideal option for schools, hospitals, clinical labs and other settings where infection control and sanitation are paramount.

Nada Rx features a 2mm PVC-free resilient surface layer factory fusion bonded to a 5mm vulcanized composition rubber base layer. The surface layer is free from plasticizers, phthalates, halogens, chlorines and heavy metals. This flooring solution also includes heat-welded seams that prevent bacteria or pathogens from accumulating, ensuring a sterile environment. Its dense, oil-free surface resists dirt, making it easy to maintain and clean. The product’s resilience means it doesn't need polishing or buffing, and it’s durable against stains, scratches, heavy rolling and static loads.

The Nada Rx line features a non-directional chip pattern that complements any space with a uniform, contemporary look and does not require polishing or buffing. Its palette of neutrals and nature-inspired colors fosters environments centered around healing and well-being. Architects and designers can choose from warm or cool color options, empowering them to create transformative spaces that prioritize aesthetics and holistic experiences.

Nada Rx is built using ECOsurfaces’ proprietary itsTRU technology, a zero-waste upcycling process. As a leader in sustainable flooring solutions, ECOsurfaces is committed to providing architects and designers with eco-friendly products that elevate interior spaces while minimizing impact on the planet.

All ECOsurfaces products are manufactured in the U.S. with domestic and global content. The new Nada Rx flooring is available in standard rolls. For pricing, minimums, lead times and availability, contact your local Spartan Surfaces agent at 800-997-7604 or click here.

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