Healthcare Flooring Technology by InterfaceFLOR and SATECH, Inc.

July 5, 2011

Reduce fall-related injuries.

A flooring system that has been shown to help reduce fall-related injuries is about to make its way into the healthcare market thanks to an agreement reached between InterfaceFLOR, LLC, North American manufacturer of modular carpet tile, and SATECH, Inc., developers of SmartCells cushioning technology.

SmartCells technology is designed to help reduce falls and related injuries that result in high insurance costs and can expose facilities to fall-related lawsuits.

For more information, visit www.interfaceflor.com

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