|Flooring Radiant Panel||ASTM E648; NBSIR 75-950; NFPA 253, Critical Radiant Flux||0.73 W/cm², Class I|
|Resistance to Light Fading||ISO||6 8 good (indoor use)|
|Residual Indentation||LF-475A||.002" average|
|Residual Indentation||EN 433||.04mm|
|Abrasive Wear, Taber 1000 gm weight||H-18 wheels, 5000 cycles||1.1% loss of weight|
|Abrasive Wear, Taber 1000 gm weight||H-18 wheels, to wear layer penetration||> 25,700 cycles, (2.1% loss of weight)|
|Static Coefficient of Friction||ASTM D-2047-03 James Test||.5 approx|
|Static Coefficient Of Friction (www.nfsi.org)||B101.1 ANSI/NFSI Standard Test Method for Measuring Wet SCOF||High Traction > 0.60 Certified|
|Static Coefficient of Friction||ASTM C-1028-89 dynamometer pull method||dry surface 0.6612
wet surface 0.5302
|Static Load Limit||DIN 16961.2||> 350 p.s.i.|
|Volume Resisitivity||NFPA 99||< 2x1011 ohms (not waxed|
|Electrostatic Propensity||AATCC 134||Neolite step +5.3KV;
Neolite scuff +6.0 kV;
SD polyurethane step 0.2KV;
SD polyurethane scuff 0.7KV
|Chemical Resistance||Very good to most diluted acids, alkalis and common detergents. Some solvents can swell or dissolve vinyl. (Request detailed information from manufacturer).|
|Short Form Specifications||Staining or permanent discoloration Not resistant to rubber (yellowing from certain antioxidants, oil based grease, tar based asphalt, lipstick|
Euro-flex™ FSD HT tile meets or exceeds requirements of Federal Specification LF-475A and SST 312b for dimensional stability, flexibility, resistance to reagents and residual indentation.
Installation & Maintenance
Follow detailed manufacturers installation instructions.
Install only on approved sub-floor surfaces
Install only on sub-floors which have a permanent Moisture Barrier and are dry < 3.0 lb/1000 sft. vapor emissions; 85% rH and with a pH of 7-9 per Moisture Limitation Specification
Use UZIN KE 2000 S water based acrylic adhesive. Alternately use full surface Sigaway® Original dry double faced textile reinforced dry adhesive may be used when installing Euro-Flex™ over concrete, or over existing flooring, such as VAT, VCT, wood, fiberglass, epoxy or metal. Heat welding provides ultimate sanitary and bacteriological control properties, as well as chemical resistance, surface moisture resistance and must be employed whenever smooth, monolithic floors are required to prevent penetration of dust, moisture, bacteria, pathogenic substances or chemicals into seams. (Installations such as in food processing, food service, hospitals, laboratories, etc.) Welding of euro-flex HT tile may be omitted entirely whenever ordinary, non-wet maintenance conditions prevail, and welding is not specified. Liquid welds are not recommended for floor applications. Make a test patch prior to installation.
Cleaning Instructions for Solid Vinyl Flooring
Limited warranties vary by product, and are applicable only if materials are installed professionally on suitable and approved sub-floors Concrete Subfloors and Moisture Testing with approved adhesives and within the approved moisture limits, on sub-floors which have a permanent Moisture Barrier and are dry < 3.0 lb/1000 sft. vapor emissions; 85% rH and with a pH of 7-9 per.