The use of Ecotile Interlocking Floor Tiles eliminates the need for surface preparation, floor screed and adhesive resulting in approximately one third the amount of energy, emissions, carbon miles and disruption when compared with resin or vinyl sheet or tile alternatives.
Are you looking for a flooring solution that deals with static build-up? Then you’ll need to understand the difference between anti-static and electrostatic discharge (ESD) flooring. A build-up of static electricity occurs when a non-conductive object rubs against another non-conductive object. Both anti-static flooring and ESD flooring can be solutions to this problem in the […]
Ecotile as a floor product cannot and will not generate static by itself, it will be caused by a combination of events including the type of activity taking place on site, what other equipment or machinery, packaging materials or processes are being carried out, the operative footwear, atmospheric conditions or any combination of any of […]
When it comes to choosing interlocking floor tiles, the choice is normally between polypropylene and PVC. Although polypropylene is sometimes the most suitable material, PVC floor tiles are a strong contender, and here’s why. Characteristic Comparison: PVC vs Polypropylene Flexibility of Installation One of the most desirable properties of PVC floor tiles is flexibility. PVC […]
Why is Ecotile better than the competition? When you start researching industrial flooring options you soon realise there is a huge amount of competition and if you don’t have any experience in this area it can be very daunting. As well as interlocking tiles you may also be considering epoxy resin, concrete, ceramic tiles or […]