Our EchoWood Vinyl flooring range include NanoSilver™ Technology which incorporates silver (Ag+), a naturally occurring antimicrobial agent, in flooring. It is effective against bacteria, viruses and some moulds and is non-toxic to humans and animals. NanoSilver™ makes sense for a variety of applications from healthcare and hospitality to schools and homes.
The top polyurethane layers of our NanoSilver™ floors contain actual silver that has been split into nano-sized particles, each 1 billionth of a meter. This exponentially increases the surface area coverage, thereby increasing the antimicrobial efficiency of the floors.
This antimicrobial agent works in two ways:
Click LVT’s are designed to be a “floating” floor and should not be tightened to the subfloor with fasteners or adhesive. Roughness or unevenness of the subfloor may telegraph through the new floor, resulting in an unsightly surface and cause excessive wear on high spots. All instructions and recommendations are based on the most recent information provided to us
The subfloor must be permanently dry, even, sound and crack-free and then you may proceed. The hardness of the uppermost layer of the floor can be accessed with a hard, sharp object such as a large nail or chisel. Over a surface area of approximately one-meter scratch horizontal and vertical lines approximately 1 cm apart.
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