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Notice : Before you begin the installation work

THESE ARE GENERAL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ONLY. THE INFORMATION ON THESE PAGES IS TO ASSIST & GUIDE YOU THE APPROPRIATE RUBBER TILE INSTALLATION FOR YOUR PROJECT SPECIAL CONDITIONS MAY RESULT IN DIFFERENT RECOMMENDATIONS.


A. Substrate

  • Suitable substrates include but are not limited to permanently dried concrete and wood.
  • To eliminate the telegraphing effect of defects in the substrate through the flooring, the substrate must smooth.
  • Remove all dust, dirt, grease, and foreign materials from the substrate.
  • Moisture in the substrate negatively affects and adhesive product and should be eliminated prior to installation.
CAUTION- cinder fill, vermiculite, pumice and other aggregates which are hygroscopic in nature cause the concrete to be very slow drying. This type of concrete will easily absorb excessive moisture from atmosphere and others sources. Any concrete curing compound must be completely removed.

B. Directions:

  • Inspect flooring prior to installation for manufacturing defects, correct color, and size. See warranty statement for details.
  • Be sure the sub-floor is smooth, clean, dry and free of dust or contamination. If rubber tile are to be installed, cut to fit before spreading adhesive.
  • For the best result, rubber tile, room and adhesive should be 70°F (21°C) 48 hours prior to, during and after installation.
  • Apply adhesive with a notched spreader having notches 1/16" deep, spread 1/16" on centers. Apply only to an area of such size that tile can be set while adhesive is still wet. Avoid letting the adhesive skin over.
  • Set tile in place immediately. Lift a newly set spot occasionally to be sure adhesive is transferring to back. Press tile in firmly with hands.
  • Immediately after installation, roll the flooring with 100 to 150 pound sectional roller. For tile installations begin at one side and proceed slowly to the other. All installation should be rolled in both directions. IT may be necessary to weight the seam until a suitable bond has been established.
  • Wet adhesive smears should be removed immediately with a damp cloth. Dry adhesive can be cleaned with mineral spirits. Be careful: mineral spirits is harmful to floor coverings and will ruin the adhesive bond if it gets under the floor covering.
  • Do no place playground equipment, furniture. Allow traffic, or institute general cleaning procedure until 48 hours after installation.

Approximate coverage 100 square feet per gallon.

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