When planning an environment, also considering the acoustic qualities of the floor is crucial to ensuring its livability in all ambiences.
Solsilence flooring is the answer to improve acoustics and create quiet and comfortable spaces without sacrificing aesthetics and practicality.
Available in various designs, they are wear-resistant and easy to clean.
Usage classes and classifications
Floor covering with high tread sound absorption characteristics, consisting of a layer of pure and transparent PVC 0.40 mm thick and a layer of PVC foam. The whole is stabilized and reinforced with the insertion of a fibreglass sheet.
The laying surface must be flat, smooth, dry, firm, free of grease and cracks and maintain these characteristics over time. During installation, ambient temperature must be at least + 15°C and this temperature must be maintained for at least two days after work completion. Installation is carried out with easy-coverage glue using suitable adhesives according to the manufacturers' instructions. Maximum permissible residual humidity for a concrete substrate is = 2.5%. In the case of laying on subfloors that are not basements or lacking a ventilated crawl space, waterproofing is necessary before casting the screed. Sheets must be laid uninverted and in the direction of the light source. Sheets are always to be either heat welded through bead filler or cold welded with THF-based liquid.
Important: remove any traces of adhesive with Evo detergent. The floor can be walked on 24 hours after installation. Carry out daily maintenance with a damp cloth soaked in a commercially available cleaning solution.
Warning: do not clean with solvents such as trichloroethylene, acetone, etc. Prolonged resting of tyres may cause indelible dark marring to form on flooring.