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The Primary Taboo Of Wood Plastic Floor Or Wood Plastic Co-extrusion Floor Installation Is Seamless Installation

Friends who have installed wood plastic flooring at home know that there will be gaps in the installation of wood plastic flooring, so why is it that the primary taboo of wood plastic floor or wood plastic co-extrusion floor installation is seamless installation?

In terms of material properties, thermal expansion and contraction are a property that all materials will have. Common wood, metal, stone, plastic and other materials can easily be distinguished which thermal expansion and contraction are more severe. This it is the experience of daily life that tells us.

The coefficients of thermal expansion and contraction of metals, stones, and concrete are relatively small, and the basic expansion and contraction fluctuates at a ratio of less than one ten thousandth. Therefore, we often find that these materials can basically be installed and used in close-packed manner. When constructing large buildings such as bridges, this expansion coefficient still needs to be taken into account in advance. Therefore, the bridges are often separated by a certain distance and a transition area is set up for bridge expansion to avoid hidden dangers caused by bridge stress concentration.

The coefficient of thermal expansion and contraction of wood and plastic products is one or two levels higher than that of metal stones. Therefore, regardless of the size of the terrain and the construction level of the project, the margin needs to be set in advance. Stress relief for heat expansion and contraction.

The same is true for wood plastic materials. Wood plastic materials are classified as plastic products. For wood plastic materials with good quality and better craftsmanship, their expansion and contraction are about two thousandths. You need to pay attention to the expansion and contraction problems at all times during installation. However, many people in the market know very little about the basic performance of these materials. When using them, they prefer to use the dense stitching method to install and use, and their projects are often separated from the supply of materials and the installation and construction, that is, materials. The supplying manufacturer does not know how the customer installs and constructs, and the installation and construction team just leaves according to the customer's requirements after the installation and collects the money. In this case, hidden dangers are often reserved for scaling here.

From the perspective of market development, the hazards caused by this kind of close stitching have been slowly known to the majority of market personnel and customers. Therefore, the previously popular close stitching construction of close-fitting fasteners has gradually been eliminated from the market. It is a more reasonable process.

The installation method of wood plastic floor is absolutely not allowed. No matter the length of the wood plastic floor is three meters or two meters, the dense-joining means that after the wood plastic floor is installed, the dimensions of the six directions of up, down, left, and right are all sealed and blocked. And the external climatic conditions are fluctuating, temperature difference, humidity difference, external treading stress, etc. will produce various internal stresses on wood plastic flooring. If close together, this internal stress has nowhere to be released, and it will definitely be The stress is released on the adjacent floor or keel, so the horizontal flatness is often damaged, warped.

The primary taboo of wood plastic floor or wood plastic co-extrusion floor installation is seamless installation,therefore, when installing the wood plastic floor, you must leave a gap, which can also effectively prevent your floor from being damaged.

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