Phase Laminate

Posted by ninjagrr
Oct 04 2014

Many people buy laminate flooring for homes 32-33 classes, especially as the pro ucts 21 and 22 classes almost impossible to find, very rarely come across 23 grade laminates. Main criteria for evaluation la mined coatings are abrasion resistance, resistance to mechanical stress, resistance to household products and food, heat resistance, resistance to chairs on wheels, and resistance to WHO action of moisture. Based on the totality sion of all these characteristics, the laminate can be ootnesti to one group or another. The most important for the consumer are the durability of the surface layer resistance. Iznosoustochivost coverage is defined by Taber test (Tabertest), and expressed in terms of speed, which should make a grinding wheel with abrasive paper before the first signs damage to the coating. This figure is called the IP (Initial Phase). Depending on the number of revolutions, which he attributed to withstand the coating durability class: AC1; AC 2; AC 3; AC or AC-4 5. Abrasion coefficient 900 1800 2500 2500 4000 6500 Many Elite laminate flooring types by their characteristics are significantly higher than 33 classes.

Some manufacturers claim in this case, the ownership of its pro induction to the so-called Class 34 (Alloc, Pergo), although Classification EN 13 329 per se does not exist. Fastenings laminate flooring laminate panel method of attachment largely determines the longevity and quality of the flooring in general. Depending on the type of attachment are two types of laminate flooring: – adhesive (mounting is accomplished by gluing strips together.) – Castle (bars connected by the hinge system, without glue). To recently, when laying laminate plates fastened together with special glue. However, this method has drawbacks. Clay eventually lose their properties, and this may lead to the formation of cracks. Glueless or "Castle" laminates are easier to assemble than the glue, because it does not require professional tools and skills.

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