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Why is the lock floor so good？
Lock floor, in short, refers to the floor pavement process, can be completely nail free, glue free, keel free, directly laid on the ground floor.
Compared with the traditional floor, the lock floor has the following advantages:
Strict requirements for base materials
The lock floor has more strict requirements on the base material – the lock force of the lock floor mainly depends on the connection between the tongue and groove. Due to the function of the mortise, the density, expansion and relative humidity of the base material of the lock floor should be stable.
Good overall pavement effect
Due to the function of locking force, the lock floor extends to all sides as a whole with the change of temperature, avoiding local uplift, solving the problem of internal deformation, and the overall pavement effect is good.
Adhesive free pavement
The traditional floor needs to be connected with adhesive when it is paved, but the adhesive contains formaldehyde and other chemical components, which is easy to cause indoor pollution if used more, and may not be connected firmly if used less.
Because of the function of lock force, the lock floor, even without glue pavement, has a very close joint, and will not be raised or cracked due to the change of temperature.
The lock floor is easy to be paved without glue, easy to be disassembled and reused, especially suitable for temporary places such as exhibitions and stores.