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1.Specifications:

Material

PVC virgin material

Thickness

2mm, 3mm, 8mm

Wear layer

0.5mm

Width

1.5m

Pattern

Customized design

MOQ

1 sqm

2.Certifications: CE,ISO14001, ISO9001,CTI.

3.Features:
1) PVC material,eco-friendly,safe,soft,comfortable

2) Super wear resistance,durable,long service time
3) Customized design, personalized cartoons

4) An-slip,injury prevention

5)Shock proof and noise absorption 
6) Easy installation and cleaning

7) Play function and educational.

8) Waterproof,moistureproof,anti-bacterial,fire resistance.

4.Application:

Kindergarten,school, parent-child center, children study/sleeping rooms,children activity/ library/ health recovery and training rooms,house corridors, halls and other grounds for children living and studying.



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Q:help with laying a floor?
ok my first thought to your question was no way! BUT, if you are desperate enough to have hardwood floors, you may be a able to do it like this: (since you can't pull the carpeting up) at lowes they sell this thin board for around $6 for a 4'X8' sheet (found on the same aisle as wall paneling). maybe if you lay this down over your carpet then lock in your laminate floor it may float above the carpet. i wouldn't suggest you leave much expansion room along the walls and you should attach a baseboard all they way around to help secure the laminate so maybe it won't pop up and come apart. i'm not saying it would work but if you have a small room like 10X12 or so to try it out in first, that way if it doesn't work out you may have only lost a couple hundred dollars. good luck to you....
Q:500 ml of floor oil can be used as many square meters
Approximately 200-400 square meters can be used
Q:looking for a really cheap floor?
try a flooring store and ask them if the have any left over from a job it might be cheaper
Q:Floor Joist Sufficient?
This is something that needs to be visually inspected. What it comes down to is, you would need permits to make this conversion and so the county is going to impose requirements. If you are serious about this project you should consider finding out what those requirements will be. If they include a structural engineer's drawing and approval, then you might as well get that ball rolling. I don't think you can go on anything anyone can tell you here. Sure it sounds like it has the potential of being adequate, but there is also potential for additional support needing to be added below, such as a beam perpendicular across the center on posts. Consider the combined weight of occupancy and service equipment on the entire floor. Look for any signs of stress, rot, infestation, water damage, trades over drilling, sagging, splitting, etc. These will be the determining factors. Chances are good that you have adequate support but my opinion on the matter is useless to you.
Q:How to remove a paint can stuck to floor?
Try a real thin spackle knife & lightly tap around the perimeter & it will eventually come loose. The can has probably rusted & you don't want to hit it too hard, keep some rags handy when you do this.
Q:Radiant in-floor heating?
so the radiant heat is in the concrete slab correct? if yes then i would take up the wood flooring, alot of work but will be worth it. I would think you would have a big heat lost leaving the wood floor on, plus how thick the floor would be after putting tile on top of it. To get the glue off try heating it with a large torch if you have access to one or if you know a plumber. I did this taking up a linoleum floor and it came right up easily. heat the glue just until it gets soft then with a scraper or wide putty knife it should come up. are you doing the tile floor yourself? unless are good at it don't you will want to make sure the floor is prep the right way or you will have problems later. plus if you have a tile guy do it you will have a warranty with the job------------good luck with it
Q:ripping up tile floors?
You should lay 3/4 oak over the subfloor. Using a pry bar and crowbar, rip up the underlayment and go down to the subfloor. Screw in any loose floor boards and lay rosin paper and the new oak down. Varnish and that floor will outlast any laminate by a century.
Q:can you install pergo flooring over existing VCT tile flooring or should you take it up?
Laminate floors, including Pergo was specifically designed to be layed over existing hard floors. Floors must down fairly well is all and the under layment still must be used. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar. I ve attended several installation seminars as well as installed a couple 100,000 s/f. GL
Q:How can I get squeaky floors fixed?
Throw some nails where the boards are squeaking allot it is a EZ fix Good Luck
Q:How to paint concrete flooring?
Painting concrete floors is a considerably long process, and the concrete floor should be prepared before applying paint to the surface.Proper surface preparation is one of the most important processes in painting concrete floors. The concrete floor must be degreased and cleaned before painting the floor. After the concrete floor has been degreased and checked for moisture, the floor should be checked for its profile. If the concrete is hard and unyielding, the paint will adhese weakly to the floor. To have a favorable profile on the concrete surface, the use of an acid etcher is essential. The best profile for a concrete floor to be painted upon is similar to the feel of medium sand paper

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