If there is one thing that’s always true when picking out furniture, it’s that people like options. Having more options allows one to more easily pick products that are appropriate and that coordinate with a facility’s look and feel. That is why Norix Furniture has decided to do a complete refresh on all of its
Maximize unencumbered space with the new Attenda® Space Saver Bed with integrated storage compartments. This floor-anchored bed is rotationally-molded in high-impact polymer, then filled with rigid structural foam for added strength and sound absorption. The Space Saver Bed is safe, secure, ligature resistant and built to last. Storage compartments hold Norix property storage boxes,
Rotomold. No, it’s not the newest and coolest app your child wants to download or some speedy road bike from Italy. Short for rotational molding, rotomold is the process of creating one-piece products by using a hollow mold that is filled with polyethylene, nylon, polycarbonate or some other material then heated and rotated. The material
Impact resistant? It is. Water repellant? Yep. Tougher than a garden tiller? You will have to watch to find out. Check out our video to see the multiple tests we put our rotomolded furniture through to ensure it is durable enough for the most challenging environments.
Picking the right furniture product can be a challenge for facility managers, architects, interior designers, purchasing agents and other professionals involved with intensive-use spaces such as healthcare facilities, correctional environments and shelters — places where a steady stream of users provide extreme wear and tear on furnishings. Mattresses are no exception to this rule. In
No strings. No seams. No stitches. That’s our Custody Marathon Corrections Mattress, a new Norix product designed for correctional environments needing high performance and longevity. The unique construction of Custody Marathon protects against untimely breakdown and loft loss, providing facilities a product with comfortable and long-lasting lumbar support. “We listened to correctional employees and saw