The Mgo Sip Floor is special designed for floorings. It has the same advantages as common mgo board, such as fireproof, easy to install without special tools. But we use special high strength mesh to make the board, so it has very high strength.
MgO Flooring is made of magnesium oxide, magnesium chloride, and water. After configure and adding additives, stable performance of magnesia gelled material, with alkali glass fiber network in reinforced material, lightweight materials as filler compound and into a new type of incombustible decorates material. Adopting special production process, fire protection, waterproof, tasteless, non-toxic, not frozen, not corruption, not crack, unchanged, non-combustible, high strength light weight, convenient construction, long service life, etc
Our high strength floor board is special designed for floorings, with unique formula.
We could make different edges such as shiplap, so you could install the board quickly.
1) Many advantages: paper magnesium fireproof board has many advantages just as fireproof, moisture-resistance, heat insulation, sound insulation, high strength
and light. These advantages are tested by authorities
2) Easy to install
3) Good effect: paper magnesium fireproof board will not break during installation,
so it could give customers a perfect decorative effect
4) Environmental friendly: paper magnesium fireproof board is made of natural inorganic material. It does not contain asbestos and methyl alcohol. It is low radiation. The environmental friendly effect is in accordance with the national standard
5) Competitive price: because of the large output and the high technology using in producing the board, the price of the paper magnesium fireproof board is competitive in the oversea market
A grade (GB8624)
Intensity of bending resistance when dry
Intensity of bending resistance when moisture-saturated condition
The rate of deformation when pick up the moisture
The shrinking rate when heated
There is no drop of water to emerge in the back
No carck,strip and run through (CNS 13778)