nora rubber flooring noraplan sentica was laid in a considerable amount of 18,000 square meters at the Kalmar site of Linnaeus University during the renovations in 2017.
"The noraplan sentica rubber flooring, which we laid at Linnaeus University, is an attractive, rather inconspicuous but very colourful floor, which brings with it numerous functional properties. It also fits perfectly into the overall architectural picture of the university,“ commented architect Malena Strömberg of the executive architecture firm Tengbomgruppen AB.
Due to its high, long-lasting elasticity, the nora floor covering in the corresponding areas of Kalmar University offers considerable standing and walking comfort. This relieves the body – especially the back and joint muscles, which can achieve a significant reduction in signs of fatigue.
But not only that: Due to the rubber material, the floor has first-class acoustic properties. Its elasticity reduces the formation of noise on the ground, so that noise pollution caused, for example, by clacking heels is significantly reduced. In addition to all these properties, chemical resistance also played a major role in the choice of floor covering.