As a brand of the internationally active company Windmöller, Wineo operates in over 70 countries with quality floors for a wide range of applications. Originally created through the merger of the family-owned companies Windmöller and Witex, the East Westphalian group based in Augustdorf has been operating under the Wineo name since 2013. The sustainably produced floor coverings from Wineo feature the "Made in Germany" seal of quality and provide the optimum flooring solution for private areas, public facilities and light industry. All Wineo products undergo a 7-fold quality control and meet the highest standards. The 3rd generation family business is aware of its high social and ecological responsibility and has been focusing on environmentally compliant product design for years.
At Wineo you have the choice between PURLINE organic flooring, design floors for gluing or clicking as well as laminate flooring in different usage classes and formats. Additionally, the company offers skirting boards, aluminium profiles, insulation mats, and more. Create a stylish effect in your rooms with the resilient floor coverings in trendy designs from Wineo!
|Length in mm||230|
|Width in mm||200|
|Thickness in mm||4.0|
|Underfloor heating||Warmwasser-FBH geeignet|
|Package Content||1 Pc|
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The first step is to check the subfloor. Sand down any unevenness and fill it with a floor levelling compound. Then clean the surface to be laid with a hoover.
CAUTION: Never install PVC flooring over a soft subfloor, e.g. over carpet or any type of foam underlay.
PVC flooring should be stored in the room where it is to be installed for at least 24 hours before the installation. This will allow the material to acclimatise to the room temperature and not "work" so hard after the installation.
For loose laying of an area larger than 20 m², we recommend taping the edge of the walls.
Before laying, it is imperative to follow the official laying instructions, which are included in every package, otherwise any claim to warranty and guarantee will be void!
Tip: To achieve as uniform a floor appearance as possible, lay the strips in relation to each other so that the patterns match exactly and the strips overlap at the seam. Unpack the roll and roll it out on the subfloor. Use a hooked blade knife to roughly pre-cut the strips.
ATTENTION: There must always be a gap of approx. 3 cm between the flooring and the wall and between the flooring and all fixed components.
4.1 Loose laying
Stick the tape strips to all edge areas and remove the foil on the back of the tapes area by area. Now fix the floor by pressing lightly. Make a double cut at the joint of the strip. To do this, lay the sheet overlapping and cut the sheet to fit exactly along the joint. You can then make the final cut with an edge distance of approx. 2 mm. The floor should be free of tension when cutting and no objects should lie on the PVC floor.
Apply the adhesive evenly to the subfloor in strips using a notched trowel. Please observe the flash-off times specified in the data sheet. Now lay the strips in the wet bed and rub down the PVC covering. Make the final cut with an edge distance of approx. 2 mm. Finally, the substrate can be rolled with a roller to avoid air bubbles.
First, tape over the joints of the strips with masking tape. The masking tape can then be cut at the joint and now the strips are welded together with a cold welding adhesive. After approx. 1 hour, the masking tape can be removed.
Finally, you can attach and seal the skirting boards. PVC flooring can also be attached to existing skirtings with a mounting adhesive.
- PVC floor
- Adhesive (glue type)
- Hook blade knife
- masking tape
- PVC cold welding paste type T
- for a room size of 15-20 m² approx. 2-3 hours
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