New healthcare flooring products

From resilient collections to homogeneous sheet flooring to carbon-neutral and PVC-free styles, vendors and manufacturers are introducing a range of flooring options to support healthcare environments.

Check out some of the latest flooring products introduced into the healthcare design market.

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Karndean LooseLay, Karndean Designflooring

Karndean LooseLay

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Karndean LooseLay, presented by Karndean Designflooring, is a non-click-lock luxury vinyl tile (LVT) floating floor that is designed to stay in place using the manufacturer’s K-Wave friction-grip backing, which also helps reduce noise. The collection comes in 13 new wood-inspired visuals and has a 4.5mm thickness, allowing it to transition easily to most carpet tile.

Material Edit, Patcraft

Material Edit resilient flooring from Patcraft

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Material Edit resilient flooring from Patcraft is available in three designs, including a textural stone, wood visual, and abstract style. Each design features five colorways ranging from warm to cool neutrals. Available in 9-by-36-inch planks with a 5mm construction, the collection has a 20-mil wear layer and an ExoGuard scratch- and stain-resistant finish.

Marmoleum Solid, Forbo Flooring Systems

Forbo Flooring Systems Marmoleum Solid

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Forbo Flooring Systems presents Marmoleum Solid, a carbon-neutral linoleum collection. Made from 98 percent natural raw materials, the collection includes four designs, including Cocoa, a solid color with flecks of cocoa husk; Concrete, a light marble pattern; Walton, a soft marbelization pattern; and Piano, a linear fiber pattern.

IQ Eminent/IQ Unisense, Tarkett

Tarkett IQ Eminent/IQ Unisense

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Tarkett introduces IQ Eminent/IQ Unisense, a homogeneous sheet flooring with the look of terrazzo. The line is available in a broad palette of soothing colorways. The flooring requires no finish and uses a high binder content, which ensures no cracks or fissures at the integral cove base to support infection control.

BottleFloor, Shaw Contract

Shaw Contract’s BottleFloor

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Shaw Contract’s BottleFloor hybrid flooring contains approximately 60 plastic bottles of post-consumer content per square yard. BottleFloor’s polyethylene terephthalate construction is inherently stain resistant. The flooring can be recycled in its entirety.

Nada Rx, Ecore

Nada Rx Ecore

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Nada Rx from Ecore features ECOsurfaces’ proprietary ItsTRU technology, a zero-waste upcycling process. The flooring has a 2mm PVC-free resilient surface layer that’s factory fusion bonded to a 5mm vulcanized composition rubber base layer.

MedinPure PVC Free, AHF Products

AHF Products Armstrong Flooring MedinPure PVC Free

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AHF Products introduces Armstrong Flooring MedinPure PVC Free, a homogeneous vinyl sheet with Diamond 10 Technology. Inspired by nature, the line’s color palette includes soothing neutrals and tranquil colors.

Hardened Wood, Bjelin

Hardened Wood natural hard-surface flooring collection from Bjelin (formerly Välinge Flooring)

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Hardened Wood natural hard-surface flooring collection from Bjelin (formerly Välinge Flooring) is manufactured with patented technology by its sister company Välinge Innovation that makes the collection waterproof and impact resistant.

Noraplan Dariva, Interface

Interface’s Noraplan Dariva

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Interface’s Noraplan Dariva rubber sheet flooring is available in 28 colors. The line is carbon neutral through Interface’s third-party verified Carbon Neutral Floors program, Cradle to Cradle Certified, and Greenguard Gold Certified for indoor air quality.

Merge Forward, Milliken

Merge Forward PVC-free resilient flooring collection by Milliken

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Merge Forward PVC-free resilient flooring collection by Milliken includes three patterns—High Ground, a wood pattern; Reset, a stone pattern; and Rejuvenate, an abstract pattern. The line comes in 12 colorways inspired by mangrove forests, including black, brown, cream, and gray. The collection is scuff and stain resistant and Red List free certified.

Teknoflor Symphony Collection, HMTX Industries

HMTX Industries Teknoflor Symphony Collection

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HMTX Industries introduces the Teknoflor Symphony Collection of resilient sheet vinyl. The line features 24 options in three abstract styles, which are available in soft colorways of blue, green, taupe, and terra cotta hues.