Floorometry offers architects and designers hundreds of exciting visual possibilities, but Floorometry's real beauty lies in its engineering. For use in new construction and renovations.
The Entrance Flooring That Changed Everything
Floorometry® is a revolutionary modular entrance flooring system that offers designers maximum aesthetics and performance as well as easy installation and maintenance. Architects and interior designers can choose from four completely unique floor systems that feature dozens of exciting surface options or create a unique mix and match style.
All Floorometry products offer architects and designers hundreds of exciting visual possibilities, but the real beauty lies in the engineering. Each of the four Floorometry products in manufactured in 460mm x 460mm tiles that are designed to be installed flush to the surrounding floor finish. For use in both new construction and renovation projects with an existing recess, each Floorometry system is designed to install just like tile with epoxy cement. Once installed, the system provides building users with a completely stable, solid feel. All Floorometry products are engineered to handle heavy rolling loads and feature a recess to trap dirt, mud and water, keeping building interiors clean and dry. The top surface can also be removed at any time for thorough cleaning. Floorometry contributes to LEED® credits.
Withstands heavy rolling loads
Entrance Flooring That Matches Your Flooring
Whether you specify granite, wood, marble or engineered stone for your entrance, our Floorometry 401 flooring system can incorporate the same material up to 20mm thick in the product’s 460mm x 460mm tiles. Each tile has a built-in drainage system that allows dirt and water to fall through to the recess below and has been tested and approved by NFSI. Floorometry 401 panels are installed in a manner similar to conventional tile and can be removed to clean the recess below.
- Static coefficient of friction: 0.89 *
- Rolling load capacity: up to 250 kg *
- * Varies based on surface material
- LEED® IEQ Credit 5 Contribution
- LEED® MR Credit 4 Contribution