Packaging Unit: pcs.
- Reduced floor particle counts up to 99.9%
- Reduced air particulate counts up to 75%
- Long lasting, cost effective solution
- Reduced microbial counts
- Easy to clean, maintain
Packaging Unit: pcs.
Floating floors are high performance, antimicrobial loose-laid mats offering many of the same benefits as CleanZone without the need for permanent installation. A floating floor can be placed over smooth or rough subfloors and can be self-installed with ease.
WHERE TO USE A FLOATING FLOOR
- Suitable in locations where long term adhesion to the sub-floor is not possible, such as raised floors, access tiles, or construction areas
- At pedestrian entrances to critical areas to prevent ingress of contamination
- At pedestrian exits to prevent contamination leaving the critical area
- Inside airlocks, gowning rooms, air showers and material transfer areas to control and retain contamination
- In hallways to prevent cross contamination
- Inside the critical area adjacent to critical products and processes
- Mats are pre-assembled, adhered onto a 1.58mm thick isolator membrane and cold welded edging to the material, ensuring a strong bond during its life-cycle
- The underside of the floating is an impervious vinyl layer resistant to moisture, which is non-absorbent and contains multiple peduncles in order to minimize sub-floor show through and maintain rigidity of the product
- Available in a range of colors for color-coding critical locations and providing clear demarcation between clean and dirty areas
- Product life expectancy of 3-5 years (if maintained correctly as per manufacturer’s instructions)
- Protected by a standard 12-month warranty from date of installation
- Reduced floor (up to 99.9%) and air particulate (up to 75%) counts in controlled or critical areas
- Long lasting, cost effective solution compared with peel-off mats and other alternatives
- Reduced microbial counts due to Biomaster, a high performance anti-microbial additive in all Dycem products
- Easy to clean, maintain, and incorporate into existing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s)