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Ecore Commercial’s Rx Collection is prescription for a better floor

2017 Collection RX

2017 Collection RX

Ecore, a company that transforms reclaimed materials into performance surfaces that makes people’s lives better, announced that its Ecore Commercial product collection formerly known as Tru has been renamed Rx and now features new products, colors and patterns.

The Rx Collection includes these surfaces: Forest Rx, Strait Rx, Cosmos Rx, Infinity Rx and Galaxy Rx.

“Every product in the Rx Collection features premium surfaces that are unique, because they offer a prescription for more,” said Bo Barber, vice president of sales and marketing for Ecore. “With any Rx product, you will experience a floor that is more quiet, more ergonomic and more safe. Leveraging Ecore’s patented itstru technology, every Rx surface provides force reduction and energy restitution.”

The original product in the collection, Forest Rx, now features six original wood grain patterns and five new patterns. Terrain Rx was renamed Strait Rx and includes six modern finishes 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 Infinity Rx, which features six linear patterns.

All four of these products feature vinyl surfaces fusion-bonded to a performance backing. The result: all of these surfaces work together beautifully to achieve creative designer effects.

The fifth product in the Rx Collection, Galaxy Rx, is a virgin rubber surface fusion bonded to a performance backing. Galaxy Rx remains unchanged and features 12 solid, soothing colors.

The Rx Collection provides unique flooring solutions for healthcare, senior living spaces, fitness facilities, and any area expecting heavy commercial use.

To learn more about Ecore Commercial’s Rx Collection visit: http://ecorecommercial.com/Products/Rx.