Job Site Condition Checklist before Delivery
- The building’s interior must be thoroughly dry. If the average moisture content of drywall, sub-floors (cement slab), ceilings and framing is below 12 to 14%, the building components are considered to be dry.
- The building is fully closed; all windows and exterior doors are installed.
- All wet works jobs are completed.
- Properly dry and level sub-floor (cement slab) with a minimum 20mm thickness is ready for hardwood batten installation.
INSTALLATION OF TIMBER FLOORING
- Floor system will incorporate of hardwood batten of 10mm (thick) x 45mm (width) x random length laid 150mm distance in between battens.
- Timber floor strips as specified would be installed over the batten base. Each floor strip should be glue using ALSEAL high solid content (75%) timber adhesive and fastened down with Primatech cleats at the perfect 45 angle to tongue to the Sub-Base at 300mm C.C.
- On completion of laying the timber floor strips, the floor shall be left for minimum 14 days for curing before proceed sanding. The floor should not be cover during the curing period.
- 4 directional level sanding with grit sand paper 60, 80 and 120 using endless belt sanding machine & edge sanding machine. Final sanding shall be carried out by using three discs machine (TRIO).
- Apply 2 application of LOBADUR “Easy Prime” as base coat and 2 application of LOBADUR “Easy Finish” as top coat, a waterbased polyurethane timber floor coating from Germany.
- Before proceed with the final coat, entire floor should be cut back and vacuum to ensure surfaces is clean and free of dust.
- The floor is ready for light traffic after 8 to 10 hours after applying the final coat. A minimum of 7 days of drying period in order to achieve full hardness and drying condition.