The Material

They differ in color, pattern and texture. In some types of coatings used “chips” – the special multi-colored mother of pearl pieces of pvc, which create the effect of three-dimensional drawing. Linoleum different colors can be combine to form graphic patterns on the floor. Myth 3. Linoleum “wiped off” Modern linoleum – a material very different quality and consumer properties than before. Most of its brands is designed for use within 7-10 years, and some – up to 30. Depending on the technology of the material is divided into heterogeneous and homogeneous. Heterogeneous coating is a multilayer sheet thickness of 6 mm.

Usually it consists of an upper working layer (transparent PVC), decorative, internal reference (foamed pvc, fiberglass) and rear (base). In this structure, the material image is protected by a transparent wear layer of pvc. His thickness of the linoleum to be placed in living rooms and bedrooms may be about 0,15 mm. For the corridor, hallway and the kitchen is recommended to choose more durable options for the thickness of the shell of 0.25 mm. Homogeneous vinyl – single layer of pvc material thickness up to 3 mm. Coating structure and form of his image, so this linoleum unique can be updated, removing the top layer, as in sanding parquet.

Myth 4. Linoleum – “cold” To cover the characteristics of floor coverings professionals use an indicator such as heat absorption. It demonstrates how quickly the heat is absorbed sole of the foot floor construction. Consequently, by its magnitude depends on how warm the material seems a man to touch.

Aluminium

Aluminum – lightweight, durable, corrosion resistant, easy to clean construction material, long-life, environmentally friendly, does not contain impurities of heavy metals, does not emit harmful substances under the influence ultraviolet rays and keep working in all weather conditions when temperature changes from -80 0 C and up to 100 0C. Aluminum is better than other material retains its structural properties with temperature changes. After the surface treatment of aluminum products, they become resistant to the harmful effects caused by rain, snow, and smog. One of the drawbacks of aluminum is that the direct contact of aluminum with other metals can cause leakage of electrolytic reactions, which leads in turn to a strong aluminum, until its destruction. To date, the technology was perfected production of aluminum – the main material for making light and thin structures, which possess the same strength and durability as traditional structural building materials.

Aluminium profile, usually made of three-Alloy: aluminum, magnesium, silicon. Aluminium has high thermal conductivity, so all the leading manufacturers produce two types of profiles that differ in scope: "cold" profile, with high thermal conductivity, without a thermometer insert. Suitable for doors (both internal and external) in unheated buildings or for manufacturing Interior doors in heated rooms, "warm" profile combined with low thermal conductivity, having a heat-insulating box. Intended for the manufacture of exterior doors in heated buildings.