Dionne Ramos. Floor. September 13th , 2018.
Perhaps the fastest and easiest way of improving the existing floor or laying a new one is using the vinyl floor tiles. It is also the most inexpensive way of decorating the home with excellent looking flooring.
While every manufacturer has their own proprietary formulation for producing vinyl floor tiles, in its basic avatar, the product is made by using additives to vinyl resin, such as - plasticizers, stabilizers, pigments, and fillers.
Another limitation of vinyl floor tiles is their susceptibility to indentation due to permanent placement of heavy, static loads (such as heavy furniture) on them. Similarly, a room where there is a constant traffic of rolling loads (such as horizontal drums in a storeroom for instance) will find the vinyl floor tiles giving way a bit too soon.
Vinyl floor tiles with thick-enough wear layers can withstand the most punishing of traffic and heavy weight. Their resistance to stain and moisture makes them a good candidate for installing in such areas as the basement, kitchen or the bathroom. The tiles are even neutral to common reagents such as alkalis, acids, aliphatic hydrocarbons and the like. However, certain aromatic hydrocarbons can soften the tiles to some extent. Depending on where and how exactly you plan to use them, you may go in for the appropriate tiles for your installation.
Vinyl first came into being as a light-weight and durable building material during World War II. As more and more use of this product began being discovered, vinyl entered into the commercial market with a vengeance. Today, one very important usage of this chemical is in the flooring industry in the form of vinyl floor tiles.
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