Formaldehyde free warm intelligent floor heating system

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Formaldehyde free warm intelligent floor heating system

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Schneid intelligent heating panel adopt imported insulation fireproof PET material, and have below features:


Low investment cost: combine decoration and heating in one, integrated heating panel, automatic control after connect to electricity, low electricity consumption and easy installation


Low maintenance cost: no need maintenance, easy repair


Quick thermal conductivity & low energy consumption: National certified energy saving low consumption, green material new product,quick thermal conductivity, thermal conversion can reach more than 98%;


Healthy: After connect to electricity, it will create far-infrared which was named “light of life” in medical science, and it is widely used in human health and treatment.


Safe and Intelligent: Professional electricity leakage protection settings, creative “intelligent thermal management system”, can realize time-sharing partition management, intelligent and thermostat, can automatically switch on or off according to room temperature.


Environmental friendly: no formaldehyde and no radiation. Approx. 100% recyclable materials, environmental friendly.


Fire proof and damp proof: stone base, can withstand fire and water, anti-termite, anti-corrosion, anti-aging.


No deformation: New technology one-time formation production process, high temperature resistance, anti-corrosion, anti-aging, no deformation


Anti-termite: Resistant to termite and insect attack, will not split, rot or warp.


Resilience: Inner hollow design reduces noise and provides underfoot comfort.


Durabilityspecial surface treatment technology, wear proof and stain resistant.


Strong weatherability: mold proof, anti-corrosion, anti-aging and resist deformation


Easy installation: Locking system-ensure the strongest pulling strengtheasy installation and easy dismantle;


Application: can be used in hotels, schools, and at home.


Specification: 300*600*15, 600*600*15,150*1000*15


Schneid products mainly consists of wear proof & fire proof layer, heating chip, environmental protection base, heat preservation & insulation layer, special connectors and intelligent temperature controllerit can realize board warming in 2mins, and room warming in 15mins, and bring you a warm and comfortable environment !


Formaldehyde free warm intelligent floor heating system

Formaldehyde free warm intelligent floor heating system

Formaldehyde free warm intelligent floor heating system

Formaldehyde free warm intelligent floor heating system

Formaldehyde free warm intelligent floor heating system

Formaldehyde free warm intelligent floor heating system

Formaldehyde free warm intelligent floor heating system

Formaldehyde free warm intelligent floor heating system

Formaldehyde free warm intelligent floor heating system


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Honey all you have to do is get a few gallons of floor paint. It is oil based enamel and you can get colors like Battleship Gray, Light Gray, etc. and it doesn't cost alot. Any hardware store carries it and the cheapest prices on it I have ever seen has been Big Lots and Walmart. Paint right over it with a paint roller and paint tray. What you could do to prep the floor is get a good, strong bristle floor broom and sweep it really good to help get those chipped spots loose and away from that area.
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Slate is a nice looking and durable natural material, yet I would hesitate to put it as flooring in the bath or kitchen due to the moisture inherent in those rooms, and the possibility of fissures in the slate. The risk may be slight that you would install a slate tile with a natural crack or fault. Yet if one or more were installed in an increased moisture area, there is the pathway for moisture to intrude into the sub-floor and or framing. There are many products available that mimic the appearance and character of slate, that are made of ceramic or composite which would have no natural fissures. If you are set on natural materials, and slate is the answer for you, I would recommend a good sealant overcoat as a preventative to future possible water damage. Hope this didn't mud up the picture for you. And being only my opinion, you may wish to speak with a flooring contractor or two for their recommendations on the matter prior to your final decision.
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OMG, what a mess. Well, normally builders will waterproof the subfloor the instant after they lay it down. Your's didn't, but I'm not sure that's the problem. You have hardwood floors on top of subfloor on top of 16 center joists? Man, that shouldn't be spongy at all. Something is definitely wrong, but it could be the joisting, the rim joists, the mud sill, the main support beam, the subfloor, or the hardwood floor. Normally framing carpenters will glue and nail a subfloor as it's installed and then waterproof it (usually with that el-cheapo Thompson's stuff) as soon as it's all down. They will come back later, after the building is dried in (a roof has been framed, sheeted, and tar papered) and shoot screws through the subfloor into the joists. The glue hasn't quite set up in that time and it reacts well to the screws, no squeaks. I have no clue why your floor is spongy. I guess you could have had a complete delamination failure of your subfloor, but man, I've never heard of it. Did they try to use something not rated for subflooring? That's about all I can think of. Sorry for your bad luck, I sure hope it gets better. BTW, it ISN'T standard practice to sand a subfloor before installation of a finished floor. That isn't a normally necessary step and somebody screwed the pooch on that one. One or two delaminations occur on every job, but not enough to SAND the damn thing. Sue the hell out of your framing carpenter. That's what bonding and insurance are for.

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