Expanko Emissions Free XCR5 Cork Rubber Flooring

Expanko Resilient Flooring, a brand of Stonhard, continues to expand its line of ergonomic, sustainable, versatile flooring solutions and is pleased to announce its newest product, XCR5 cork rubber flooring. XCR5 is made from a unique blend of recycled cork and a revolutionary patented homogeneous rubber that is PVC free, phthalate free, and Declare Red List Free certified to meet the most stringent air quality standards. 
“We are delighted to launch the next generation in rubber flooring: styrene emissions free and superior colorfastness. XCR5 color ‘Coconut’ is a creamy white rubber with natural cork granules; we think the Design community will love this fresh and natural approach to a white floor,” says Sally Reis, General Manager of Expanko. 
XCR5 is 10% pre-consumer recycled rubber and 10% pre-consumer recycled cork. It comes with a 10-year colorfast warranty and offers benefits like comfort underfoot while also being durable enough to withstand heavy foot and wheeled cart traffic. XCR5 provides excellent acoustic properties and is an outstanding option for lobbies and corridors where people congregate.  
XCR5 is available in 59-inch wide by 50-foot-long rolls or 19-inch square tile. Both formats come in a standard 2.5 mm nominal thickness. 
For more information on Expanko’s lines of resilient cork and rubber flooring for commercial environments, visit expanko.com or call 800.345.6202. 

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