Floor heating floor acceptance tips

2022-07-22
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After the geothermal heating floor is installed, in addition to the routine acceptance, the most important thing is to conduct the temperature rise acceptance of the floor

after the geothermal heating floor is installed, in addition to the routine acceptance, the most important thing is to carry out the temperature rise acceptance of the floor. After the completion of floor laying or heating in winter, the ground heating system should be heated slowly for the first time. When the temperature of the foundation ground rises to 25 ℃, the constant temperature should be kept for 12-24 hours. In a short time, the limit temperature is less than or equal to 32 degrees Celsius. The higher the temperature, the greater the heat loss, the shorter the service life of the thermal system, and it is easy to cause hidden dangers, and the floor is easy to produce scoop, twist, bend, crack and other deformation

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because most of the floors used as floor heating systems are composite floors, there is a problem of formaldehyde emission itself. When it is used as geothermal floor, after heating, it will further aggravate the release of formaldehyde. Therefore, after the geothermal heating floor is paved, it must be checked and accepted for environmental protection to ensure that the release of free formaldehyde meets the standard requirements.

in order to make the floor work normally, two points must be achieved when purchasing:

1 Environmental testing should be done before paving the floor. Generally, the testing is free, and the treatment should be charged. After paving, the testing should be done for environmental protection acceptance

2. The environmental protection indicators of flooring and accessories must meet the standards. Don't buy cheap goods that are not environmentally friendly at high prices, otherwise there will be endless trouble

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