RENOPLAN SYSTEM 11

How can textile floor covering be installed on existing wood flooring or laminate without damaging the existing surface?

With Sigan 3.

Wood flooring or laminate floors are often encountered as substrates in renovation projects. To install new textile flooring that does not damage the existing floor, Sigan 3, a product with switchTec® adhesive technology, is recommended.

The advantage of Sigan 3 is the fact that textile flooring can be installed quickly and without dust or noise on existing wood flooring or laminate floors. Because of the special adhesive technology, the textile floor covering can be removed without residues even after years. The original floor can then be used again or serve once more as substrate for new floor covering.

<p>Step 1: Damp-sweep the substrate with clean water to remove dust, dirt, etc. Now wait until the substrate is completely dry.</p>

Step 1: Damp-sweep the substrate with clean water to remove dust, dirt, etc. Now wait until the...

<p>Step 2: First perform a trial bonding to check whether Sigan 3 adheres to the existing wood flooring.</p>

Step 2: First perform a trial bonding to check whether Sigan 3 adheres to the existing wood...

<p>Step 3: Affix the supplied Sigan tape along walls and protrusions. This provides increased adhesive strength in the edge areas.</p>

Step 3: Affix the supplied Sigan tape along walls and protrusions. This provides increased adhesive...

<p>Step 4: Apply he Sigan 3 sheets on butt in the running direction of the textile floor covering to be installed and cut back the overlap on the Sigan tape (caution: do not damage the wood flooring or laminate floor!). Alternatively, Sigan can also be installed using the so-called 2-man method.</p>

Step 4: Apply he Sigan 3 sheets on butt in the running direction of the textile floor covering to...

<p>Step 5: Fit the acclimatized textile floor covering.</p>

Step 5: Fit the acclimatized textile floor covering.

<p>Step 6: Fold back half of the floor covering. Pull the protective paper away from the Sigan 3 horizontally and straight up to the folded back floor covering. Cut the pulled off protective paper except for a remnant of 10 cm. Fold the rest back under the folded floor covering and form a flap.</p>

Step 6: Fold back half of the floor covering. Pull the protective paper away from the Sigan 3...

<p>Step 7: Slide the floor covering without open time onto the Sigan film carrier and roll-out.</p>

Step 7: Slide the floor covering without open time onto the Sigan film carrier and roll-out.

<p>Step 8: Now fold back the second half of the floor covering. Pull the protective paper away from the Sigan 3 and pick up the dirt with the help of the flap created. Now slide and roll-out the second half of the floor covering
on the Sigan 3.</p>

Step 8: Now fold back the second half of the floor covering. Pull the protective paper away from...

<p>Step 9: The floor covering can be walked on and used right after bonding. Stack and roll up the protective paper to reduce the volume of waste.</p>

Step 9: The floor covering can be walked on and used right after bonding. Stack and roll up the...

<p>Step 10: The floor covering can be removed without residues even years later.</p>

Step 10: The floor covering can be removed without residues even years later.