Ecore presents: How floors help create a quieter environment

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According to Ecore, a floor is not just a floor. It should be able to do more by managing impact and surface hazards, making people more productive and comfortable in their work environments and reducing noise in and between functional spaces.

Following is a short video Ecore launched to demonstrate how differences in flooring affect safety, ergonomics and acoustics.


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