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ESD Homogenenous Vinyl Floor Sheet is strengthen in the surface treatment with PUR. It is widely used to operation & surgery room for hospital, laboratory, cleaning room of factory, semiconductor special area, microelectronic factory, telecommunication center, computer room, …

Subfloor Condition and Preparation

  • The subfloor must be clean, dry, free of contaminants like paint, oil, or wax, and free of defects like cracks, holes and projections; patch any defects or irregularities with latex-fortified cementations underlayment material that meets floor load requirements.
  • The subfloor must also be level to avoid misalignment of rows of tile during installation.

If needed, level the floor with latex-fortified cementations underlayment material that meets floor load requirements.

  • Remove any adhesive left from previous flooring or cover it with at least 1/8″ (3 mm) of cementations underlayment material that meets floor load requirements.
  • New concrete must be adequately cured; the product warranty does not cover problems or failures due to moisture. Ideal curing time for a new concrete subfloor is three months after the pour has been completed and the building enclosed. The key determinant for “full cure” is measurement of the MVTR (Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate) of the concrete.
  • The surface of the concrete should be roughened to achieve optimum bond of the tile adhesive; mechanically shot blast or otherwise abrade all subfloor surfaces, old or new. The ideal surface texture is similar to that of 80- or 100-grit sandpaper.

Subfloor Moisture Considerations

Excessive moisture in or beneath the concrete subfloor can cause adhesion or appearance problems for any type of floor covering. Measure the MVTR of the concrete prior to tile installation, using industry-standard calcium chloride type test kits. Place one test kit for every 1,000 square feet of floor space, or three kits in any single room, whichever is greater.

The average of all MVTR test results must be less than 3 pounds per 1,000 square feet per 24 hours; for any single reading, the maximum allowable value is 3.5 pounds. Record the test results and keep them with the job file. Based on industry experience, floors on concrete that meet this guideline have a low probability of moisture-related problems.



Thickness EN428 2.0, 3.0 mm
Size EN426 2.0 X 20m (15m)
Weight EN430 2900g/m2
Electric properties SJ/T11236-2001/EN1081 Static Dissipative: 1.0 x 10^6 ~1.0 x 10^9 Ohms

Conductive < 1.0×10^6 Ohms

Decay time SJ/T10694-2006 (IVI<100V) EQUAL 0.3s
Charge Voltafe SJ/T10694-2006 (IVI<100V) EQUAL 70
Fire resistance grade DIN4120 B1
Combustion properties SJ/T11236-2001 (<10S) EQUALS 0.35s | FV-0
Smoke density ASTME-662 <450
Amount of anti-wear SJ/T11236-2001 (≤0.020g/cm2. 100r) EQUAL 0.014
Anti-wear properties EN660pt2 ITEN-T< 2.0mm2
Anti-bacterial DIN EN ISO 846-A/C No bacteria
Wheel pressure EN425 No influence
Toxic testing GB18586-2001 Suitable
Smoke toxicity GB8024-2006 ZA level
Residual stability EN433/SJ/T11236-2001 <0.1 mm / 0.15 mm
Dimensional stability EN434 ≤ 0.35%
Color fastness IDO105B02 Degree 6
Resistance to chemicals EN423, FN ISO 26987 Good
Impact sound Absorption VL1, ISO104, ISO717 Aprrox 2dB
Thermal conductivity EN12667 0.03w/(m.k)
Clean rooms ASTM F51/68 Class A, non-shedding

Suitable for use in flowing classes of cleanroom: ISO 1466-11999 class 4


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