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Ecotile is proudly made by us in UK and India. Each and every Ecotile floor tile is manufactured in our Fully Automated ISO-accredited facility, to the highest quality standards. And every element of the product composition is strictly controlled. So we know exactly what’s in each tile.

That’s why every Ecotile is certified to meet exacting technical specifications. Whether it’s hardness, slip resistance, fire retardance or VOC emissions, we have all the relevant certifications to provide businesses with peace of mind. When you buy Ecotile, you’re buying guaranteed quality.


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That’s why businesses choose Ecotile as their modular floor supplier. Ecotile means trust.

(Unlike some of the counterfeit copy tiles being imported, made from who knows what recycled junk. Yet being advertised as being ‘British-made with certification’!)

The only way to be sure is to check. Our certification, brochures, technical data sheets and useful guides are all below for you to read and download.

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Anticipated Service Life

Fire Performance

Sound Absorption


Slip Resistance / Anti-Slip Qualities

Smooth or Raised Disk



500mm x 500mm

90-92 Shore A

25 years +

Does not support combustion and achieves Class 1 spread of flame when tested to BS 476: Part 7 / DIN 13501: 2007 – Bfl-S1

Noise reduction of up to 46db can be achieved.

Standard ISO 868 89-92 Shore A.

R10 Rating EN 13893:2002 Dynamic Coefficient of Friction = 0.75 avg. EN 14041:2004 – Pass DIN 51130:2004 89-92 Shore A.

Abrasion Wear

Mechanical Resistance

Determination of Length, Squareness & Straightness

Determination of Residual Indentation

Compressive Strength

Dimensional Stability

Chemical Resistance

Colour Fastness

Mechanical Resistance

Resistance to Hot Objects/Solder

Group T

17 N/mm2 to DIN 53516.

BS EN 428:1993 – <0.13% / 0.5mm max.

BS EN 433:1994 – <0.1mm

ISO 6721-1:1994, ISO 6721-2:1994, ISO 6721-6:1996: 520kg/cm²

BS EN 434:1994 – Maximum change in dimension <0.1%.

Good resistance to most commonly used chemicals. EN 13529 – Common acids oils & gas oil – No deterioration / Solvents – Not resistant to prolonged contact.

EN 20105-B021 – 5

Annex A.1 of BS IEC 61340-5-1:2001.


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