|Product thickness (mil)||19.05||Product Width (in.)||24 in|
|Recommended overlap (in.)||0|
|Color Family||Unfinished Wood||Commercial / Residential||Commercial / Residential|
|Flooring Material Features||Attached vapor barrier, Cushioning, No sealing required||Flooring Product Type||Underlayment|
|Flooring Type||Prep & Protection, Wood||Location||Basement|
|Material||Wood||Package coverage (sq. ft.)||4|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited 25 Year Warranty|
A: Hello Workshopfloor, Our panels are often installed and used as the finished floors in workshops. When the system will be used as a finished floor, the panels must be sealed. Any surface treatments such as paints, stains, varnishes, and polyurethanes must be tested first for compatibility. To apply, brush or roll on 1 coat of a high quality primer prior to painting, or 2-3 coats of polyurethane or varnish to the surface of DRICORE panels. Ventilate well during this process. The most popular application over our panels is a polyurethane. If you want to achieve a smooth finish on the new panels, you can do so by sanding them before you seal them. To properly sand the panels, you would first require an 80 grit to get through the “screen” texture of our OSB, then proceed with a 120 grit to reach a smooth finish. You can then apply your polyethylene/paint etc… We recommend anchoring the panels under any machines with vibrations, and also anywhere you plan on rolling equipment across. This will ensure the seams remain nice and tight. To anchor panels, we recommend flat head 1-3/4 x ¼” Concrete screws (IE Tapcon) and a 4-1/2 x 3/16” Drill bit to bore the holes.
A: Hello Nooch, Yes. Once the Approved underlayment is in place, you can then proceed with the heat/tile product per their installation instructions over your selected underlayment. Please refer to our detailed installation guide for additional support: https://dricore.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/DRICORE%C2%AE_Detailed-Installation-Guide-June-2023-FINAL-ENG.pdf If you require further guidance, please email our help desk: email@example.com
A: Hello Frank, Overall thickness is 3/4" thick.
A: Hello Amy, This would depend on the individual LVP manufacturers recommendations.