Angle to Angle Laminate Flooring Installation Guide – en Español

Felicitaciones por elegir los pisos Swiss Krono. Para ayudarle a lograr el disfrute de su nuevo piso durante años y años, hemos creado este folleto instructivo sobre la instalación y mantenimiento adecuados. Para facilitar aún más la instalación, los pisos Swiss Krono incorporan los sistemas avanzados de empalmes Angle-to-Angle. Los contrapisos adecuados para los pisos de laminado del fabricante son: Superficies de piso existentes incluyendo pisos de madera dura, linóleo, vinilo resistente, PVC (las superficies de piso plásticas deberán estar permanentemente adheridas al contrapiso), fieltro agujado, piso de cerámica (seco). Pisos de cemento a todos los niveles/elevaciones (humedad residual máxima 2,0 CM%). Con una prueba de cloruro de calcio, la lectura máxima aceptable es 2,3 kg/24 horas/92,9 m2. Anhidrita y baldosas de anhidrita (humedad residual máx. 0,3 CM%) Cemento de magnesio (humedad residual máx. 0,3 CM%) ¡Atención! Sin una medición documentada del contenido de humedad residual, no podrá considerarse un reclamo por daños contra el fabricante. El contenido de humedad de un contrapiso de madera deberá ser inferior de 14%. Los contrapisos de concreto deberán siempre estar cubiertos con una barrera contra vapor de 6 milésimas de pulgada incluso si existe linóleo, PVC o vinilo resistente firmemente adherido al concreto. Haga click para como aclimatarse suelo laminado las FAQ (preguntas frecuentes acerca) Para obtener orientación sobre cómo cuidar de su piso laminado Swiss Krono, visítenos en nuestras Recomendaciones cuidado de los pisos. La guía de instalación Angle-to-Angle para pisos laminados IMPORTANTE – No abra inmediatamente. Antes de abrir, aclimate las planchas durante 48 horas colocando cada caja horizontalmente y de forma individual al centro de la habitación donde serán instaladas.... Read More

Angle-to-Angle Laminate Flooring Installation Guide

Congratulations on your choice of Swiss Krono flooring. To help you achieve years and years of enjoyment from your new floor, we’ve put together this instructional guide to help you with proper installation and maintenance. To make installation even easier, Swiss Krono flooring features Angle-to-Angle locking technology. Suitable subfloors for Swiss Krono flooring are: Existing floor surfaces including hardwood floors, linoleum, resilient vinyl, PVC (plastic floor surfaces must be permanently attached to the subfloor), needle felt, (dry) ceramic flooring. Cement floors on all grades/elevations (maximum residual moisture 2.0 CM%). With a calcium chloride test, the maximum acceptable reading is 3.0 lbs/24 hours/1000 sq. ft. Anhydrite and Anhydrite tiles (max residual moisture 0.3 CM%) Magnesium Cement (max residual moisture 0.3 CM%) Attention! Without a documented measurement of residual moisture content, a claim against the manufacturer for damages cannot be considered. Moisture content of wood subfloor must be less than 14%. Concrete subfloors must always be covered with a 6 mil vapor barrier even if linoleum, PVC or resilient vinyl is firmly attached to the concrete. Be sure to visit these resource before you get started: Tools and Accessories Needed for Installation Acclimating Laminate Flooring Frequently Asked Questions About Laminate Flooring For guidance on how to care for your Swiss Krono laminate floor, please visit our Floor Care Recommendations. IMPORTANT – Do not open immediately. Before opening, acclimatize planks for 48 hours by laying each box horizontally and individually in center of room where they will be installed. Make sure subfloor is clean, dry and flat. Always use safety glasses and a mask. Visit our website for more help. Install vapor barrier if subfloor is cement... Read More

5G Laminate Flooring Installation Guide – en Español

GUÍA de INSTALACIÓN 5G El piso flotante laminado Swiss Krono debe ser instalado sobre un contrapiso que debe estar limpio, liso y nivelado. El grado de desviación aceptable es de 1/8″ en 40″ pero cualquier punto bajo de 3/16″ o superior deberá ser rellenado con material nivelador. Los contrapisos apropiados para los pisos laminados Swiss Krono son: Substratos de madera contrachapada u OSB de una o dos capas. Superficies de pisos existentes incluyendo: Pisos de madera dura o de madera procesada Linóleo, PVC o vinilo resiliente (las superficies de los pisos existentes deben estar adheridas en forma permanente al substrato) Pisos de concreto o cemento Atención!  No se aceptará ningún tipo de reclamo por daños contra el fabricante, si no existe una medición documentada del contenido de humedad residual. Los contrapisos de concreto siempre deben estar recubiertos por una barrera antihumedad de 6 milímetros, aún si el linóleo, el PVC o el vinilo resistente está firmemente unido al concreto. Haga click para Herramientas y Accesorios como aclimatarse suelo laminado las FAQ (preguntas frecuentes acerca) Para obtener orientación sobre cómo cuidar de su piso laminado Kronotex USA, visítenos en nuestras Recomendaciones cuidado de los pisos. IMPORTANTE – No abra inmediatamente. Antes de abrir, aclimate las planchas durante 48 horas colocando cada caja horizontalmente y de forma individual al centro de la habitación donde serán instaladas. Verifique que el contrapiso esté limpio, seco y plano. Siempre utilice gafas de seguridad y una máscara facial. Visite nuestro sitio en Internet para obtener más ayuda. Instale una barrera de vapor si el contrapiso es cemento (película de polietileno de 6 milésimas de pulgada). Siempre utilice una... Read More

Installation Guide Instructions for Yorkshire – Clic2Clic System from Swiss Krono

Be sure to view our two videos which illustrate how to install laminate flooring with the Clic2Clic system. One video describes preparations and the other installation of laminate flooring. Congratulations on your choice of Swiss Krono flooring. To help you achieve years and years of enjoyment from your new floor, we’ve put together this instructional guide to help you with proper installation and maintenance. To make installation even easier, Swiss Krono flooring features advanced Clic 2 Clic glueless locking technology . Suitable subfloors for Swiss Krono laminate flooring are: Existing floor surfaces including hardwood floors, linoleum, resilient vinyl, PVC (plastic floor surfaces must be permanently attached to the subfloor), needle felt, (dry) ceramic flooring. Cement floors on all grades/elevations (maximum residual moisture 2.0 CM%). With a calcium chloride test, the maximum acceptable reading is 3.0 lbs/24 hours/1000 sq. ft. Anhydrite and Anhydrite tiles (max residual moisture 0.3 CM%) Magnesium Cement (max residual moisture 0.3 CM%) Attention! Without a documented measurement of residual moisture content, a claim against the manufacturer for damages cannot be considered. Moisture content of wood subfloor must be less than 14%. Concrete subfloors must always be covered with a 6 mil vapor barrier even if linoleum, PVC or resilient vinyl is firmly attached to the concrete. Be sure to visit these resource before you get started: Tools and Accessories Needed for Installation Acclimating Laminate Flooring Frequently Asked Questions About Laminate Flooring For guidance on how to care for your Swiss Krono laminate floor, please visit our Floor Care Recommendations. Clic2Clic Laminate Flooring Installation Guide IMPORTANT – Do not open immediately. Before opening, acclimatize planks for 48 hours by laying each box... Read More

Express Clic Laminate Flooring Installation Guide

Installation Guide Installation Instructions for Amazone and Beaufort – Express Clic System from Swiss Krono Congratulations on your choice of Swiss Krono flooring. To help you achieve years and years of enjoyment from your new floor, we’ve put together this instructional guide to help you with proper installation and maintenance. To make installation even easier, Swiss Krono flooring features advanced Clic 2 Clic glueless locking technology . Suitable subfloors for Swiss Krono laminate flooring are: Existing floor surfaces including hardwood floors, linoleum, resilient vinyl, PCV (plastic floor surfaces must be permanently attached to the subfloor), needle felt, (dry) ceramic flooring. Cement floors on all grades/elevations (maximum residual moisture 2.0 CM%). With a calcium chloride test, the maximum acceptable reading is 3.0 lbs/24 hours/1000 sq. ft. Anhydrite and Anhydrite tiles (max residual moisture 0.3 CM%) Magnesium Cement (max residual moisture 0.3 CM%) Attention! Without a documented measurement of residual moisture content, a claim against the manufacturer for damages cannot be considered. Moisture content of wood subfloor must be less than 14%. Concrete subfloors must always be covered with a 6 mil vapor barrier even if linoleum, PVC or resilient vinyl is firmly attached to the concrete. Be sure to visit these resource before you get started: Tools and Accessories Needed for Installation Acclimating Laminate Flooring Frequently Asked Questions About Laminate Flooring For guidance on how to care for your Swiss Krono laminate floor, please visit our Floor Care Recommendations. Installation Guide Installation Instructions for Amazone and Beaufort IMPORTANT — Do not open immediately. Before opening the packaging, acclimatize planks for 48 hours by laying each box horizontally and individually in the center of the room, in which... Read More