«Floating» floor is a system of floor installation on a sound-proof layer, in which the floor covering has no rigid connections with the bearing part of the floor structure, walls and other structures of the building.
This construction belongs to the category of «light floating» floors laid by dry method (floor weight up to 40 kg/m2).
The advantage of the system is the possibility of quick installation without «wet» processes, as well as improving the heat and sound insulation properties of the floor.
Lack of «wet» processes.
Easy installation of finish coverings (linoleum and parquet, laminate, fitted carpet and etc.) on sheet-backing coat made of CBPB.
Possibility of application as a subfloor in public administrative and commercial buildings.
Quick covering of large areas.
Improvement of impact sound isolation in floor structures.
Moisture resistance and biostability, possibility of application in wet premises.
Calculation of the number of CBPB plates and screws for floors
To install a «floating» floor (on insulation), 10-12 mm thick CBPB plates should be laid in two layers. The upper plate overlapping the joint of the lower plates must be fixed to both plates. To install a floor on joists, 20-24 mm thick CBPB plates are used. In this case, the distance between the joists should be no more than 400 mm. CBPB plates are laid perpendicular to the joists and fastened at intervals of 300 mm.
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