norament xp trac meets stringent requirements of cGMP facilities

July 31, 2014

Salem, NH – nora systems, Inc., manufacturer of commercial rubber flooring, introduces norament® xp trac. This newest addition to the norament xp product line is specifically designed to meet the stringent requirements of cGMP facilities, including enhanced slip resistance and extreme durability.  

“norament xp trac features a unique, rice grain or structured surface that is especially resistant to slipping, which is critically important in cGMP facilities,” explained Amy Bostock, global brand manager, nora systems GmbH. “In addition, the increased density of the floor combines with impact resistance to prevent chipping and helps the floor stand up to heavy rolling loads, eliminating travel path wear and other long-term damage often associated with high-impact work spaces.”

norament xp trac also offers superior stain resistance, along with underfoot comfort and sound-reducing properties that contribute to a comfortable, quiet environment. With slip resistance in compliance with OSHA requirements, the floor covering is available in 3.5mm tiles and one standard color.

For more information about norament xp trac, please visit 

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nora systems, Inc. has been located in the United States for more than 30 years. It is the U.S. headquarters of German-based nora systems GmbH, a leading global manufacturer of commercial rubber floor covering systems. The company has been designing and manufacturing high performance nora rubber flooring for more than 50 years for a number of different markets. nora’s team of skilled professionals collaborates with architects and designers to develop performance-driven flooring solutions that help bring their projects to life. For the latest news and updates, follow nora on Twitter at For additional information, contact nora systems, Inc. at 1-800-332-NORA or visit the company’s web site at

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