Airports have evolved from simple air stations to pleasant places waiting for the next flight. Resin flooring and coverings contribute to the design of spaces.
Airport terminals are facilities designed to have a high number of people in transit every day.
Over time they have evolved into real environments that attract more and more passengers offering services that until a few years ago were unthinkable.
For example, Heathrow, one of London’s airports, offers a spa, a cinema and a gym.
Making such structures requires a strong attention in the choice of materials, especially for flooring.
These, together with the coverings, must integrate perfectly with the various spaces and their functions.
The first thing that comes to mind is the continuous trampling of the floors, every day, by thousands and thousands of passengers.
They are also surfaces that must have a pleasant aesthetic appearance and facilitate walking.
In addition to resistance to foot traffic and comfort, airport floors must be durable and resistant to chemicals and cleaning products.
The Oltremateria resin floors fully meet those needs.
The characteristics, in fact, have been certified by strict laboratory tests that have established that our continuous surfaces are resistant to impact, abrasion, are non-slip and durable over time.
They are, moreover, much more elastic than cement and concrete and this, in addition to allowing the application on cracked or not stable supports, allows to strongly reduce the noise caused by the steps, absorbing the impact.
But Oltremateria resin floors and walls have a plus that no other competitor can boast.
When treated with Ecopur eco-resin, they will develop an ionizing action in environments, purifying the air and creating a physical barrier against bacterial and viral proliferation.
An absolutely important and fundamental effect in places where there is a daily meeting of people from all over the world.
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