Medical Construction & Design

JAN-FEB 2018

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20 Medical Construction & Design | JA N UA RY/ F EBRUA RY 2018 | MCDM AG.COM For more information on these products, visit Flooring Spotlight Ecore Commercial Launches Revamped Rx Collection Ideal for Healthcare Spaces Available for healthcare spaces or any area expecting heavy commercial use, the Ecore commercial product col- lection formerly known as Tru has been renamed Rx and now features new products, colors and patterns. The original product in the collection, Forest Rx, now features six original wood grain patterns and fi ve new pat- terns. Terrain Rx was renamed Strait Rx and includes six modern fi nishes that look like linen. In addition, two brand new products were added to the line — Cosmos Rx, which includes six solid colors with subtle highlights that add depth and movement, and Infi nity Rx, which features six linear pat- terns. The fi fth product, Galaxy Rx, is a virgin rubber surface fusion bonded to a performance backing. Galaxy Rx remains unchanged and features 12 solid, soothing colors. ID#100 Touch of Fantasy Added to Resilient Printed Sheet Flooring Collection Gerfl or has renewed its resilient printed sheet fl ooring collection, Taralay Impression. With a revamped wood collection, including seven new whimsical patterns to choose from, designers can realize their visions in any healthcare lobby or waiting room. The resilient fl ooring has one of the best acoustic performances on the market, along with its high- traffi c resistance, long-lasting appearance and easy maintenance. Inspired by the hues used in contemporary fi xtures, the new patterns inject hints of chic metal fi nishes: copper, champagne and rose gold. Or for more understated — yet still stylish — appearances, the fresh designs feature printed and modernized wood visuals with new plank dimensions and realistic embosses with a super matte effect. From ombré to herringbone to looks that mimic concrete, designers have a range of options with playful takes on nature and texture. ID#102 Resilient Flooring Offers Bountiful Design Options Packed With High Performance Stonres RTZ is a resilient fl oor with progressive design options. A bountiful color palette can be incorporated into traditional patterns or custom designs. This urethane mortar fl ooring system is recommended for operating rooms. It provides comfort underfoot, noise reduction and stain resistance. Like all Stonhard resinous fl ooring sys- tems, Stonres RTZ has no welds or joints. This prevents bacteria from fi nding places to harbor and grow. It also makes it easy to clean and maintain and delivers the added benefi t of sup- porting infection control programs. Additionally, it is a high-performance fl oor that provides protection from falling surgical instruments and heavy traffi c. ID#103 Accelera Seamless Floor Engineered for Critical Spaces With fl oors playing a critical role in the environment of care, Dur-A-Flex has developed Accelera, a LEED v4 eligible seamless fl ooring system that addresses the unique challenges of healthcare facilities. Its biggest advantage is the reduction in downtime, installing in one third of the time of tradi- tional seamless fl oors, with minimal odor. This allows facilities managers to add durability, chemical resistance and cleanability to the main surface of the most critical rooms, such as the op- erating room and ICU, with minimal downtime. ID#101

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