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Bison Panel is the first choice in many countries, as an alternative to wooden flooring, to suit different climatic conditions- as a thermal insulating floor, as a covering for under floor heating systems, hollow flooring, floating floors and mezzanine flooring.
The basics for a flooring using bison panels are given below:
1) Support framework: Grid can be made either with steel or aluminum Tee sections or with timber with suitable wall line supports. The suspension arrangement can be with G.I. wires of adequate gauge taken to required level from the sofit. The grid shall be 610 x 610 mm or 610 x 1220 mm (2’0 x 2’0 or 2’0 x 4’0.)
2) Board laying: The minimum recommended thickness for boards used for flooring is 16 mm. Once the framework is in place, the boards are laid on top of it. The boards are then screwed or nailed to the framework. No gaps need be given for board joints. They can be fixed flush.
3) Skirting: A gap of about 10 to 15 mm must be left on the periphery of the floor next to walls to allow for expansion. The gap can be concealed by a skirting board.
Bison Panel is basically restricted to dry floor applications. However, occasional wetting will not pose any serious problems. The flooring can be finished with many kinds of floor coverings like tiles, PVC coverings, etc. Tiles can be laid on the bison panel floor with either an adhesive or traditional cement-sand mixture.
You can order these boards in any size and thickness from here and the aluminum sections for creating the framework here.