These floors are intended for indoor use only and can be installed over virtually any existing floor structure. Since these floors are composed of natural cellulose fibers, they will expand and contract with changes in relative humidity. In large Light Commercial or Commercial installations where the relative humidity cannot be controlled and excessive low humidity is common, the use of T-Moldings or wider molding systems is required. Airborne wood dust can cause respiratory, eye and skin irritation. Avoid dust contact with eyes and skin. Seek medical attention if irritation persists. Eye, nose, and throat irritation, headache, nausea and a variety of asthma-like symptoms, including shortness of breath, have been reported as a result of formaldehyde exposure.
Laminate Flooring - Coordinated Transitions and Mouldings
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Create a smooth transition between drywall and suspended ceilings with transition molding. Learn how Armstrong Ceiling's Drywall Transition Molding is an affordable functional cold rolled steel molding that transitions from drywall hard-lit areas into acoustical ceiling systems that are positioned on the same plane. Watch this installation to see how much time and money you can save by using Armstrong Transition Molding. Transitions - Pre-engineered Time-saving Integrated Solutions pdf. Key Features Easier to install: Fewer parts and pieces; combines molding with drywall taping flange Pre-punched vertical web to improve screw attachment Knurled and slotted integral taping flange to accommodate taping and finishing Protective film on the face of the wall molding flange to facilitate faster, easier mudding, sanding, and taping Compatible with all types of framing including Armstrong Drywall Grid and SHORTSPAN Drywall Framing System Factory-painted to match Armstrong Suspension Systems.
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