What is Vinyl ?
Vinyl is a type of synthetic material that is made from ethylene (found in crude oil) and chlorine (found in regular salt). When processed, both the substances are combined to form Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) resin, or as is commonly referred to – Vinyl.
what is Vinyl flooring for?
Vinyl flooring comes in sheets or tiles, and is made according to the application, such as Anti-slip floor, conductive floor, wet areas and as decorative floor.
what is Vinyl flooring composed of?
Plasticizers, pigments, stabilizers, fillers and polyurethane coating.
what is homogeneous Vinyl flooring?
Homogenous floors are composed of the same material throughout the whole thickness of the product, and the wear layer is the all of the thickness.
what is heterogeneous Vinyl flooring?
Is a multi layered structured vinyl floor, where the top layer is a wear layer and 1 or more layers under it to add more specification or use to the product such as a foam under-layer for acoustic performance.
what is Integrated skirting?
it is a type of installation technique to use the same vinyl floor and pull it up using a cove system on the wall.
what is the difference between room impact sound insulation and room sound insulation?
Room impact sound insulation is the sound performance from floor to floor, while room sound insulation is the sound performance inside the room.