In the case of Eco Balance PUR, only certified raw materials are used to manufacture products that are healthy for the home. Production is done without using plasticisers. Leftover wood and machine waste is fed back into the production cycle. For the wear layer we use the high quality material polyurethane, which gives the floor its unmistakable properties. Eco Balance PUR is essentially made of natural raw materials, which are used sparingly by us and are subject to constant checks.
High density fibreboard is used to support Eco Balance PUR floors. These wood fibres originate from domestic, sustainable forestry and recyclable materials from the timber industry. The decors are printed on certified paper with a high recycled percentage and watercolours based on pigments with no heavy metal content. Polyurethane is a material without plasticisers, which is part of our everyday life. It can be found in mattresses, upholstered furniture and car seats, for example.
Packaging and installation
Installation is glueless – conserving resources, without the use of additional adhesives, packaged in recycled paper and in film that is fed back into the recycling system. Health in the home Eco Balance PUR is low on emissions and contributes to a positive indoor climate for the whole family. Eco Balance PUR floors ensure a particularly pleasant feel to walk on, as they are warm to the feet, non-slip and kind to the joints thanks to their elasticity. A very special plus point to our floors is the excellent impact and footfall noise insulation due to the PUR coating, which creates optimal room acoustics and is further reinforced by our natural cork on the reverse side.
Due to its hard-wearing properties, Eco Balance PUR is distinguished by a long life span.
Forests are essential to life – for mankind, animals and plants. That is why it is vital to conserve this specific habitat for future generations. Forest conservation actively protects the environment: Eco Balance products are all certified by the PEFC, the guarantee of a monitored processing chain and the reforestation of the woods affected – independently monitored, seamlessly traceable and sustainable.