Vinyl resilient sheet with rich Combination of designs and functionality . . .
Lonseal is particular about variety of colour designs and textures, also pursue the functionality such as consideration of safety, comfort, durabiltiy and maintenance in a thoroughgoing way.
|Dynamic Load Resistant||Slip Resistance|
|Impact Absorbency||Sound Insulation|
|Chemical Resistance||Antibacyerial Properties|
|Fungus Resistance Properties||Antistatic|
|Low VOC’s||Stain Resistance|
Sick House Syndrome describes homes with poor living environments, even to the point that the environment becomes hazardous. People who suffer from sick house syndrome complain of symptoms including itching, dizziness, headaches, and skin ailments, but reactions to particular substances vary considerably among individuals.
There are several causes that contribute to Sick House Syndrome. The basic problem is poor air quality typically caused by too little ventilation. New and recently built houses are so well insulated and sealed to increase energy efficiency that little fresh air can enter them. The lack of fresh air causes pollutants than outside air. These pollutants are chemical that enter the air from chemical cleaner, and other Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) that are emitted from sources such as carpets, flooring, pressed wood and other synthetic materials. This is particularly dangerous for patients, infants, children, and pregnant women.
The quality of indoor air has become increasingly important to users. Our manufacturers has been dealing with the emission aspects of building materials from many years. The composition of our floorcoverings prevents the emission of of substances in toxic concentrations. They are thus not harmful to all users.
Further, floorcovering that designed for next-generation clean room requires adequate particle contamination reduction and the control of outgassing (molecular substances), which may adversely affectly the yield of highly intergrated semiconductor production. Interior materials are identified as one source of indoor air pollution. In terms of sick building syndrome prevention, reduction of VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) emissions is required from building materials as well as interior materials.