Master Art Energy

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Generally, anti-germ PVC flooring is coated with a thin layer of antibacterial material. However, the thickness of this antibacterial layer is typically only 0.03μ, which is approximately 1 million times thinner than the Master Art Energy series. This type of coated material creates a whiter appearance on the surface, which can affect the color display and indoor aesthetics. Additionally, the anti-germ function will no longer be effective once the surface becomes worn.

Rapid Germ Proliferation

When a newborn enters the world, parents experience a mix of excitement and concern for their safety, particularly regarding the unseen threats that may be present in their surroundings.
The number of germs present on the ground is often greater than what parents might expect, including bacteria such as colibacillus, staphylococcus aureus, mold, and others. Furthermore, shoes and cardboard boxes carry a significant amount of dust, bacteria, and allergens that can contaminate your floors.

Introducing Embedded
Antibacterial Materials

The process of calcinating oyster shells reduces the absorption capacity of molecules, effectively inhibiting the proliferation of various germs. This natural approach replaces the need for artificial antibacterial agents. Additionally, utilizing recycled oyster shells not only benefits our homes but also helps reduce waste disposal in our environment.
We collaborate with Taiwan local and eco-friendly factory –Creative Tech Textile Co., LTD. ,and utilize the pros of oyster shells such as antibacterial properties, far-infrared radiation, high temperature stability, and ease of color adjustment. Through the countless effort and experimentation, we create the whole new antibacterial flooring material – Energy series.

Only in an environment filled with love can make people to live pleasantly.
This is
Energy Flooring !

Exceeding industry standards in antibacterial performance R>3 + Antibacterial 99.99%

There are two units used to display the amount of antibacterial properties: R value and percentage.
All Energy series products have testes by ASTM and SGS. The antibacterial performance is leading the whole industry.
Energy Series SGS Report


After 5000 Abrasion Cycles , antibacterial capability remains unaffected.

Our Energy flooring underwent an abrasion test in which it successfully maintained its anti-bacterial capability even after 5000 rounds of wear. This demonstrates the durability and long-lasting effectiveness of our product in providing continuous antibacterial protection.
Under normal usage conditions, the 0.2mm ultra-thick antibacterial layer has a lifespan of over 10 years for end users, even if the surface layer experiences slight wear.

Material from Coastline in Taiwan

The southwestern coast of Taiwan serves as the primary cultivation center for oysters. Each year, approximately 160,000 tons of oyster shells are left abandoned along the coast. This issue not only affects the aesthetics of the area but also poses environmental concerns such as odor and the breeding of mosquitoes and flies, particularly for coastal villages.
By undergoing nanotechnology processing, oyster shells can be effectively utilized in various fields, including construction materials and textiles. Oyster shells offer beneficial features such as deodorizing properties, antibacterial effects, and low thermal transmission. Leveraging these properties not only addresses the overlooked environmental issues in Taiwan but also opens up new possibilities for sustainable and innovative applications.

Energy Flooring Features

Low Thermal Conductivity

Energy floor makes your bare feet comfort in heat of summer or cold in winter.


Hold mound shape oyster shell powder can absorb odor molecule more effectively.

Far-infrared Ray

6-12㎛ wavelength far-infrared ray helps people increase body temperature.

UV Protection

1.59° refraction angle of surface material prevents your floor color fading.

PVC Flooring Installation Instruction

For Master Art 2.0/3.0/Energy Series

Model Overview