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Trends and woodfloors upon floorheating

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Trends and woodfloors upon floorheating

  1. 1. open kitchens, open bathrooms
  2. 2. It is hip now not to like fake.
  3. 3. classic heating floor heating hotspot (radiators and ceiling) no hotspots (max temp 27-30°C) coldspots uncomfortable friendly coldspot
  4. 4. 1. Structural suitability
  5. 5. GOOD BONDING 1. Glue (>200 gr/m2) 2. Pressure (3xatmosphere) 3. Closing time (180sec) 4. Temperature (>100°C)
  6. 6. PARKY HOT = 112° C COLD = 60°C PLY HOT = 60° C COLD = room°C LAMINATE 220 C°
  7. 7. Thermo Resistance >0,15 m2K/W
  8. 8. 2. Thermo Resistance < 0,15 m2K/W
  9. 9. RESISTANCE 0.0997 m² K/W 0.0997 m² K/W 0.0493 m² K/W 0.043 m² K/W CONDUCTANCE 0.1 W/m/K 0.1 W/m/K 0.203 W/m/K 0.203 W/m/K
  10. 10. 0.053 m²K/W + 0.043 m²K/W = 0.096 m²K/W
  11. 11. 0.009 m²K/W + 0.099 m²K/W = 0.108 m²K/W
  12. 12. Structurally okay but NOT SUITABLE for client
  13. 13. BUTTER TEST VIDEO: http://www.flickr.com/photos/15157489@N02/7201638496/in/photostream
  14. 14. GAPS 3. Esthetical suitability
  15. 15. Warping
  16. 16. 4. HDF suitability
  17. 17. Parky Pro, Parky Sound, Parky Deluxe: max 12% (high waterresistent) Parky Lounge: max 8% swelling (very high waterresistant))
  18. 18. Non FQ FQ
  19. 19. FP FQ NAUF HDF Fast Pressed Floor Quality Non Added Urea Formaldehyde High Density Fibreboard
  20. 20. Urea Formaldehyde Emission
  21. 21. 2002
  22. 22. 2002 2013
  23. 23. 2011

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