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    flooring
  • floor: the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"

  • building material used in laying floors

  • (floored) provided with a floor

  • The boards or other material of which a floor is made





    heat
  • Make or become hot or warm

  • (of a person) Become excited or impassioned

  • hotness: the presence of heat

  • Become more intense and exciting

  • make hot or hotter; "the sun heats the oceans"; "heat the water on the stove"

  • a form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature











heat flooring - ISO 9239-2:2002,




ISO 9239-2:2002, Reaction to fire tests for floorings - Part 2: Determination of flame spread at a heat flux level of 25 kW/m2


ISO 9239-2:2002, Reaction to fire tests for floorings - Part 2: Determination of flame spread at a heat flux level of 25 kW/m2



ISO 9239-2 specifies a method for assessing the burning behaviour of horizontally mounted flooring systems exposed to a heat flux gradient in a test chamber, when ignited with pilot flames. The radiant heat gradient is higher than the one described in ISO 9239-1 in order to simulate conditions in a corridor adjacent to a room containing a fully developed fire (post-flashover).This method is applicable to all types of flooring such as textile carpets, cork, wood, rubber and plastic coverings as well as coatings. Results obtained by this method reflect the performance of the flooring, including any substrate if used. Modifications of the backing, bonding to a substrate, underlay, or other changes of the flooring may affect test results.This part of ISO 9239 is applicable to the measurement and description of the properties of floorings in response to heat and flame under controlled laboratory conditions. It should not be used alone to describe or appraise the fire hazard or fire risk of floorings under actual fire conditions.










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The answer




The answer





At last! I've come to answer your Smokestack and holes in the foundation question! This is why. Korea is very proud of their hot floors! The have a furnace under the floor which heats the floor so that, while your body may be cold, your feet are nice and toasty! I didn't see the big deal till I was at my second hostel, they had heated floors. It was very nice! Also if you put your pants out on the floor the night before, when you wake up in the morning your pants are nice and warm!











New Tub




New Tub





Out with the old dated garden tub and in with a beautiful updated tub that makes the space feel truely luxurious. Note the that like the sink area, the plumbing fixtures are mounted directly to the wall. The heated flooring adds to the entire experience.









heat flooring








heat flooring




ISO 9239-1:2002, Reaction to fire tests for floorings - Part 1: Determination of the burning behaviour using a radiant heat source






This European Standard specifies a method for assessing the wind-opposed burning behaviour and spread of flame of horizontally mounted floorings exposed to a heat flux radiant gradient in a test chamber, when ignited with pilot flames. Annex A gives details of assessing the smoke development, when required.This method is applicable to all types of flooring e.g. textile carpet, cork, wood, rubber and plastics coverings as well as coatings. Results obtained by this method reflect the performance of the flooring, including any substrate if used. Modifications of the backing, bonding to a substrate, underlay or other changes of the flooring may affect test results.This European Standard is applicable to the measurement and description of the properties of floorings in response to heat and flame under controlled laboratory conditions. It should not be used alone to describe or appraise the fire hazard or fire risk of floorings under actual fire conditions.Information on the precision of the test method is given in annex B.










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