What floor material is used for the laboratory floor?

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In the laboratory or some biopharmaceuticals, the environmental requirements will be relatively high. At this time, new laboratory floor materials will be used. Instead of traditional floor materials, traditional floor materials cannot meet the laboratory's requirements for the floor environment.

The traditional wooden floor is not skidproof, fireproof, acid and alkali resistant, durable, etc. The marble and other tile floors are too hard and cold, not skidproof, and have a certain amount of radiation is also a big disadvantage. Nowadays, the general laboratory uses a new type of PVC floor material as a special laboratory floor material. Why use a new type of Vinyl floor? The laboratory's requirements for ground materials can be acid and alkali resistant, anti-corrosion, non-slip, sound-absorbing and noise-reducing, preferably without any gaps. These requirements are also due to experimental needs. Traditional flooring obviously cannot do this.

The advantage of PVC flooring is that it is truly environmentally friendly and non-toxic, formaldehyde-free environmentally friendly flooring material. The material is light and thin, but very durable. It has anti-skid, fire-retardant, antibacterial, durable, wear-resistant, sound-absorbing and noise-reducing, acid and alkali resistant, and corrosion-resistant properties not found in traditional flooring. In addition, it can be seamlessly connected without any gaps. The laboratory can use ESD homogenous vinyl flooring which is durable, wear-resistant, more corrosion-resistant, antibacterial, non-slip, and has a longer lifespan.

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