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Type:
Engineered Flooring
Place of Origin:
Zhejiang China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
CMAX
Model Number:
CMAX
Technics:
Wood-Plastic Composite Flooring
color:
Coffer,black,brown,wood,tea,white,customized.
feature:
anti-slip surface,low maintance cost
width:
140mm
thickness(height):
30mm
surface grooves:
narrow grooves,wider grooves
surface treatment:
Sanding,Embossed,Scratched

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:Packaging: wrapped with PE plastic film and on wooden pallet Size(mm).
Delivery Detail:7-12days after order confirmed

Specifications

1.Natural & Beautiful wood look  2.Easy install & clear,low maintance cost   3.No trip hazards,recyclable

China waterproof Anti moth ANTI-UV  dedicated composite wood boards

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China waterproof composite wpc decking

Product information:

Material

Wood Plastic Composite

Ingredients

30% HDPE+60% Waste Wood Fibers+10% Auxiliaries

Colors Available

Coffer,black,brown,wood,tea,white,customized.

Bottom

PE plastic Base

DIY Snap Interlock Puzzle Tile

Easy for Installation

Applications

Patio, Balcony,Terrance,Walkway,Boardway Decking,Pool Decking,Sauna Room & other Public Areas

certificiate

CE.  SGS .INTERNEK .ISO9001 .ISO14001

product features:

1.Natural & Beautiful wood look       2.Easy install & clear,low maintance cost          

 3.No trip hazards,recyclable           4.Long lifespan & UV stable,No wrapping,No rotting

5.Great drainage                              6.Eco-friendly,anti-slip surface

*Easy cleaning and maintenance :No need of a specific treatment .just a usual water washing is necessary

*Safety:Splinters free and slip resistant  Free of any toxic product

*Colours may slightly change,photos are not not contractual  

*Resistant to scratches as oak resistance

*Very low colour variations

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Q:Combinatorics-Floor and Ceiling Problem?
If x=2k, k∈ℤ, ceiling[(2x + 1) / 2)] - ceiling[(2x + 1) / 4] + floor[(2x + 1) / 4] = = ceiling[2k + 1/ 2] - ceiling[k + 1/4] + floor[k + 1/4] = = (2k+1) - (k+1) + k = 2k = x = floor(x) = ceiling(x). ---------- If x=2k+1, k∈ℤ, ceiling[(2x + 1) / 2)] - ceiling[(2x + 1) / 4] + floor[(2x + 1) / 4] = = ceiling[2k + 1] - ceiling[k + 1/2] + floor[k + 1/2] = = (2k+1) - (k+1) + k = 2k = x = floor(x) = ceiling(x). ---------- If 2k < x ≤ 2k+1/2, k∈ℤ, = 2k+1/2 < (2x+1)/2 = x+1/2 ≤ 2k+1 = ceiling[(2x+1)/2] = 2k+1 and k+1/4 < (2x+1)/4 = x/2+1/4 ≤ k+1/2 = ceiling[(2x+1)/4] = k+1 floor[(2x+1)/4] = k Then ceiling[(2x + 1) / 2)] - ceiling[(2x + 1) / 4] + floor[(2x + 1) / 4] = = (2k+1) - (k+1) + k = 2k = floor(x). ---------- If 2k+1/2 < x < 2k+1, k∈ℤ, = 2k+1 < (2x+1)/2 = x+1/2 < 2k+3/2 = ceiling[(2x+1)/2] = 2k+2 and k+1/2 < (2x+1)/4 = x/2+1/4 < k+3/4 = ceiling[(2x+1)/4] = k+1 floor[(2x+1)/4] = k Then ceiling[(2x + 1) / 2)] - ceiling[(2x + 1) / 4] + floor[(2x + 1) / 4] = = (2k+2) - (k+1) + k = 2k+1 = ceiling(x). ---------- If 2k+1 < x ≤ 2k+3/2, k∈ℤ, = 2k+3/2 < (2x+1)/2 = x+1/2 ≤ 2k+2 = ceiling[(2x+1)/2] = 2k+2 and k+3/2 < (2x+1)/4 = x/2+1/4 ≤ k+1 = ceiling[(2x+1)/4] = k+1 floor[(2x+1)/4] = k Then ceiling[(2x + 1) / 2)] - ceiling[(2x + 1) / 4] + floor[(2x + 1) / 4] = = (2k+2) - (k+1) + k = 2k+1 = floor(x). ---------- If 2k+3/2 < x < 2k+2, k∈ℤ, = 2k+2 < (2x+1)/2 = x+1/2 < 2k+5/2 = ceiling[(2x+1)/2] = 2k+3 and k+1 < (2x+1)/4 = x/2+1/4 < k+5/4 = ceiling[(2x+1)/4] = k+2 floor[(2x+1)/4] = k+1 Then ceiling[(2x + 1) / 2)] - ceiling[(2x + 1) / 4] + floor[(2x + 1) / 4] = = (2k+3) - (k+2) + (k+1) = 2k+2 = floor(x).
Q:After the floor waxing how to do?
The reason for playing is not to grasp the various kinds of wax drying time (Biluo beads dry time is very fast. With the uneven spray, it is easy to spend) Once the flower, how to solve it? Only with the wax removal agent, the drift of the wax removed to re-call (do not use gasoline, do not try to use wax to cover, these methods are not feasible.) Another trace of the past Henden magic outside, suitable for ordinary home use of the floor wax is better to play the wax. Natural wood wax better fight, with the people do not have to worry about playing flowers.
Q:Solve x^(1/5) = floor((3x)^(1/5)).?
The only solutions are x = 0, x = 1, x = 32, x = 243, and x = 1024. --- Suppose that x is a solution to this equation. Then, since floor((3x)^(1/5)) is always an integer, then x^(1/5) must be an integer; which in turn means that x must be a 5th power. So we have ruled out all x which are not 5th powers. --- By trying small 5th powers, we see that * x = 0^5 = 0 is a solution * x = 1^5 = 1 is a solution * x = 2^5 = 32 is a solution * x = 3^5 = 243 is a solution * x = 4^5 = 1024 is a solution and that no larger 5th powers appear to work, and no negative 5th powers appear to work. Let us try to prove that the above five values are the only solutions. --- Suppose that x < 0 and x is a 5th power. Since x < 0, then we have 3x < x Since the function f(x) = x^(1/5) is increasing, then applying it to both sides of the inequality preserves the inequality, so we have (3x)^(1/5) < x^(1/5) Now, x^(1/5) is an integer, because x is a fifth power; thus, floor((3x)^(1/5)) must be a smaller integer, because (3x)^(1/5) is less than x^(1/5). So x cannot be a solution when x < 0. --- It remains to show that x cannot be a solution when x = k^5, where k is an integer greater than 4. To show this, I will first show by induction that if k is an integer greater than 4, then 3^(1/5) * k k + 1. Base case: 3^(1/5) * 5 5 + 1 by a calculator. Inductive step: Suppose that 3^(1/5) * n n + 1. Clearly also 3^(1/5) 1. Adding these two inequalities gives 3^(1/5) * n + 3^(1/5) n + 2. Factoring the left and rewriting the right gives 3^(1/5)(n + 1) (n + 1) + 1, which is what we wanted to show. --- Now, suppose that x = k^5, where k is an integer greater than 4. Then (3x)^(1/5) = 3^(1/5) * x^(1/5) = 3^(1/5) * (k^5)^(1/5) = 3^(1/5) * k, and x^(1/5) = (k^5)^(1/5) = k. But by the induction above, 3^(1/5) * k k + 1, so (3x)^(1/5) x^(1/5) + 1, which means that floor((3x)^(1/5)) x^(1/5). So x cannot be a solution to the equation.
Q:Floor underneath tub missing?!?
Not your house - not your problem. If the tub is supported by joists, then the main disadvantage of not having a floor is that if there is a water leak under the tub, the water will go straight down to the ceiling below and damage the ceiling. If there is a floor under the tub, water will come out into the room and be noticed, so you may be able to fix the leak before it causes a big problem.
Q:I want to Coat my Garage Floor But it might be too bumpy!?
most garage floor paints are 'self leveling'... whichb means 2 things. you need a lot of it and it takes al ong time to set (they are epoxy based)
Q:Ceiling and Floor Functions help, please?
ceiling: Round up to nearest integer floor: Round down to nearest integer floor or ceiling of an integer simply gives the same integer you started out with. Examples: floor(4.5) = 4 ceil(4.5) = 5 floor(4) = 4 ceil(4) = 4 floor(4.1) = floor(4.9) = 4 ceil(4.1) = ceil(4.9) = 5 floor(x) <= ceil(x) where <= means less than or equal to For integers n, m with m 0: ceil(n/m) = floor((n+m-1)/m)
Q:Is dancing done better on more slippery floors or floors with more traction?
Marble is the best floor. It's made for dancers as they use it at all competitions. But it's super expensive! Fouettés are harder in general but they are all hard you just have to know how to do em! Traction floors (marble specifically) are better for turns. & it's harder on slippery floors cause you can slip. That's why they make rosin for dancers. Because rosin helps grip. It takes practice on grippy floor but a little slippery is ok. Although still not safe haha! Hope I helped!
Q:Why does the floor produce seams?
In short, the floor is not good quality, wood quit, encountered dry environment, will naturally shrink, the floor of the splicing will inevitably leave.
Q:A few questions about floor cloth.?
I have heard of using fabric dropcloths from the hardware store. Don't know if they would be big enough, but you could look there.
Q:What is the best flooring for less slipping?
i think carpet

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