Medical Construction & Design

MAR-APR 2018

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MCDM AG.COM | M A RCH /A PR IL 2018 | Medical Construction & Design 55 Collection 'Hits the Mark' for Healthcare Flooring Designed for patient-focused environments, the Hit The Mark fl ooring collection from Mohawk Group features wood, stone and textile visuals with a substantial 30 milli- meter wear layer, for a fl oor as stylish as it is durable. From traditional cherry to wire-brushed rustic aesthetics, the diverse selection of woods are available in rich, nature-inspired colors with substantial wide planks that fea- ture a straight grain visual. Traditional slate, sophisticated limestone and trend-forward striated textiles in versatile natural colors and subtle-rayed blues and greens complete the range of visuals for the collection. ID#109 nora Relaunches Floor Covering Line with Expanded Color Palette nora systems, Inc. has re-launched norament grano, a premium rubber fl oor covering that brings the classic tradition of Italian terrazzo tiles to interior spaces. The fl ooring off ers a redesigned pallet of 32 new colors with a harmonious balance of base shades and color-accentuated granules. This granular- rich design and the fl oor's hammered surface make it the right choice for hard-working spaces and high-traffi c healthcare areas without sacrifi cing style. The versatile fl oor covering features an uncoated surface that reduces maintenance costs and increases value throughout its lifecycle. In addition, the fl oor delivers ergonomic and acoustic advantages to create quiet, com- fortable indoor spaces. ID#110 Homogenous Sheet Flooring Collection Designed to Optimize Healthcare Experience With a soothing textural visual, Patcraft's Holistic fl ooring collection is designed to transform the performance of healthcare environments. This homo- geneous sheet features 24 color off er- ings in a palette developed specifi cally for use in healthcare design. Polish-optional, the fl ooring collection off ers hassle-free maintenance and excellent stain resistance against a wide vari- ety of chemicals and staining agents used in hospitals, labs and other clinical areas. The product features a 10-year underbed warranty when installed with advanced adhesive Shaw 4100 or S150 spray adhesive. ID#111 Products SURFACES Solid Surface Portfolio Expands with Six New Patterns Wilsonart Solid Surface opens new design pos- sibilities through the addition of six new designs that embrace quality, longevity, easy maintenance and timelessness. These can be mixed with other newly released Wilsonart Quartz and Laminate op- tions to curate unique healthcare spaces. The six patterns in the Timeless Luxury Collection feature refi ned designs in clean whites and greys that add an element of calmness, sophistication and fresh- ness to any space, while providing a neutral slate. The new patterns comprise of a solid trans- lucent white, a concrete look, two medium scale quartz-like looks, a tumbled stone, plus the added drama of a translucent linear design. Seamless and non-porous, the solid surface line is renewable, repairable and versatile. The material is resistant to fade, heat, mold, mildew and most stains. ID#112 ELECTRICAL Cable Features Interlocking Galvanized Steel Armor Designed for use in hospitals, HCF-90 steel armored cable from AFC Cable Systems features a full- size green insulated copper grounding conductor plus an armor/bond wire combination to provide redundant ground or isolated grounding capability. The conductors are insulated with moisture- and fi re-retardant paper wrap that meets all applicable OSHA requirements, creating an additional layer of safety as necessary in medical environments. The cable features interlocking galvanized steel armor and is UL Classifi ed for Through-Wall Penetrations. ID#113 FLOORING

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