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What is the difference between stone plastic floor and rubber floor?

Update:14-09-2020
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Stone plastic flooring and rubber flooring are both res […]

Stone plastic flooring and rubber flooring are both resilient flooring, but they are different:

The composition and production process are different: the rubber floor is divided into homogeneous and heterogeneous. Homogeneous rubber floor refers to the floor made of natural rubber or synthetic rubber as the foundation, and the color and composition of the same single-layer or multi-layer structure vulcanized; heterogeneous rubber floor refers to the floor with natural rubber or synthetic rubber as the foundation, structure The upper includes a wear-resistant layer and other compacted layers that are different in composition and (or) planning, and the compacted layer includes a skeleton layer.

 

Colors are different: rubber flooring is more difficult to color, because rubber has strong color absorption, so most rubber flooring has a single color; and stone plastic flooring has many colors, which can be combined at will, which can give planners more Pick.

The difficulty of the installation is different: the stone plastic floor is lighter, and the installation is convenient and quick; the rubber floor is heavy and the installation is more laborious. Moreover, the installation method of the rubber floor is more stringent. If the method is wrong, bubbles will appear, and the requirements for the self-leveling foundation are more perfect, otherwise the defects of the base layer will be exaggerated. Chongqing Stone Plastic Floor

The market demand and abrasion resistance are different: rubber flooring is only used in some high-end venues due to its high price, and its scope is relatively narrow; while the stone plastic flooring is widely used due to its super high cost performance and has a huge market potential. Other rubber floors have stronger abrasion resistance and are very suitable for places with heavy traffic such as airports and stations, as well as aircraft, trains, subways, cars, ships and other transportation vehicles.

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