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UZIN – Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital.

UZIN products were used to install the floor at the new entrance and reception at The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

The hospital is committed to providing the highest health standard, so required an environmentally friendly and low emission flooring installation.

Due to this sensitive environment, UZIN NC 160 Special Edition levelling compound was used to keep emissions to a minimum.

The £2.7 million project is just a start of a £11 million project to modernise the hospital’s facilities. With the new reception, patients are able to ‘self check-in’ at kiosks and there is also a brand new café.

As a response to health and safety concerns UZIN has developed UZIN NC 160 Special Edition which has been awarded an EC1 R Plus® classification for being very low emission and provides the most ecological approach for flooring installations.

Not only does UZIN NC 160 Special Edition meet environmental requirements such as BREEAM, it also provides fantastic coverage despite its size. The 20 kg bag also makes the transportation of levelling compounds easier and safer for flooring contractors around construction sites.

For more information visit www.uzin.co.uk

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