EcoSystem’s layered construction provides dimensional stability and superior strength that can withstand heavy traffic and rolling loads in high demand spaces. The non-porous construction and ExoGuard+® top-coat is resistant to scratches, scuffs and stains.
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Inspired by our customers’ desire for a PVC-free resilient flooring, EcoSystem is a collection of coordinating wood pattern plank and sheet and abstract tile and sheet. Derived of bio-based rapidly raw material like canola, rapeseed and castor oil, EcoSystem is free of ortho-phthalates, plasticizers and solvents and is Cradle to Cradle Certified® Silver.
Designed with healthcare in mind, from color inspiration to sustainable construction innovation. Through color, texture, and calming patterns, EcoSystem creates spaces to promote wellness. Designing for positive outcomes from the inside out.
An ExoGuard+® finish provides enhanced scratch and stain resistance, and the closed or non-porous surface offers ease of cleaning and maintenance. Receiving high performance on Medical Stain and Chemical Resistance testing, EcoSystem products are ideal for clinical and healthcare applications. Providing a sustainable flooring solution, combining transparent materiality with durable product performance.
Henry Ford Health System is a leading health care and medical services provider. Seeking to create spaces that enhance a sense of wellbeing and transform the patient experience with material health in mind, EcoSystem was selected as a balanced product solution merging performance, sustainability and design.Learn More about EcoSystem at Henry Ford Health System
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