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  • Resilient Floors
    Resilient Floors
    What's Resilient Flooring? According to the Resilient Floor Covering Institute, or RFCI: Resilient flooring is defined as, "a non-textile floor that provides underfoot comfort and characteristically bounces back from repeated traffic or compression.” The quicker method to define them is the contact surface of resilient flooring is nothing to do with concrete, tile, terrazzo, stone, wood ceramic an...
  • Concrete Floors
    Concrete Floors
    What's Concrete Floor? Concrete floor is a kind of hard and composite floors bonded with fine and coarse aggregate, cement and chemical mixture. Due to the lower maintenance cost and abrasive resistance, it gets more and more popular in the logistics and warehouse industry. The polished concrete floor, as a kind of concrete floor surfaces formed by the work of diamond grinding and polishing tools,...
  • Stone Floors
    Stone Floors
    What's Your Stone Floor? The first question to answer before curing your stone floors is to know what's the type of you stone floor. As the chart below, you can see the physical and chemical differences like their components, hardness, and the PH value among different stone floors. By learning chart, you can fully understand why marble and granite will perform differently on gloss and clarity read...

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