Tag: calcium sulphate raised floor
When it comes to anti-static raised floors, we generally think of anti-static all-steel cement raised floors because this is the most widely used raised floor. But there are also two types of raised floors that are gaining popularity, anti-static wood core raised floors, and anti-static calcium sulphate raised floors. These two types of flooring are also prevalent: computer rooms, data centers, control rooms, administrative centers, and office buildings. Next, we will detail the similarities and differences between wood core raised floors and calcium sulphate raised floors. 1. Wood Core Raised Floor VS Calcium Sulphate Raised Floor Structure The structure of the wood core anti-static raised floor and calcium sulphate raised floor is the same. They are both glued with galvanized steel plate or aluminum foil at the bottom of the substrate, sealed with PVC edge strips around, and choose HPL, PVC, ceramic, or carpet as decoration on the top. Therefore,
Nowadays, raised floors are widely used in data centers, computer rooms, and other places. However, our first thought is steel anti-static raised floors when referring to steel anti-static raised floors. In fact, calcium sulphate raised floor also can be used in data centers, computer rooms, telecommunication rooms, server rooms, and other high-grade rooms. Even more, somewhere can achieve better paving effects. In this topic, I will talk about calcium sulphate raised floors. When it comes to calcium sulphate, I think most of us will think about the CaSO4 in our chemistry class at school. In fact, our calcium sulphate raised floors are different from the CaSO4. So, what’s the production of our calcium sulphate raised floors? The production process of encapsulated calcium sulphate raised floor Mix natural gypsum, plant fiber, pulp, and other materials in a certain proportion and stir evenly. Press the stirred raw materials to form calcium sulfate base
In my last blog, we analyzed why we should install the raised floor, and we mentioned how to choose the correct raised floors, by the way. So let’s discuss ‘the method of choosing the correct raised floors’ in this blog. So, what do you think about choosing the raised floors? In my opinion, you don’t have to struggle with choosing one type of raised floor. You can use them together. Also, you can mean that we can install different types of raised floors according to different requirements. Choosing the raised floor–in hallways For example, in an office building. You can choose the porcelain finished raised floors in areas like hallways or aisles. The porcelain finished raised floor has an excellent decorative effect and good resistance against abrasion. People often come up and down in the hallways, and goods also need to be carried there. They will rub the raised floors.
In China, the concept of calcium sulfate raised floor take domination. Market understands few about calcium sulfate raised floor. Due to the advantages of calcium sulfate raised floor (such as recyclability, excellent fire performance, excellent acoustic performance, etc.), more and more people choose calcium sulfate raised floor. Then more factories produce calcium sulfate raised floor. However, most calcium sulfate raised floor produced in China are not real and pure. How to distinguish good quality calcium sulfate boards? The report of calcium sulfate board factories in China Here we are talking about calcium sulfate board, not finished calcium sulfate raised floor. Only with a good-quality calcium sulfate board can the following production process make sense. The calcium sulfate floor is derived from Knauf in Germany. In addition to the Chinese factories, companies that produce calcium sulfate board in the world now include “Knauf” and “Lindner”. In China, there are more than
Since 1990s, calcium sulphate raised floor has been widely used in European countries. These years, China ’s awareness of environmental protection, energy conservation and recycling has increased. The market share of calcium sulphate raised floor has increased dramatically at the same time because of the advantages of the floor. Production process of calcium sulphate floor The raw materials of calcium sulphate floor are mainly natural gypsum powder(CaSO4 1/2 H2O) and reinforced fiber (primary and secondary fibers), they occupy more than 85% of a calcium sulphate board. Together with other materials such as mineral binder, water, they are mixed and pressed through high voltage. Then the installer should maintain the calcium sulphate board in thermostatic room for around half a month. And should keep it until the bending strength of board can reach 12-15 Mpa. The advantages of calcium sulphate floor Environment friendly & recyclable The content of gypsum powder and