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UNDERSTANDING FLOORING ADHESIVE TERMINOLOGY – PART II

By: Seth Gladden  In this article, we will be continuing our series on understanding flooring adhesive terminology. For Part II, we will be continuing the discussion on some of the most important, and often misunderstood terminology regarding adhesives in the flooring industry. In case you missed Part I, I would encourage you to check it out here: http://fsspring2021.cfimag.com/mobile/index.html#p=8 As a quick recap, Part I was focused on moisture-related terminology and covered RH, MVER, pH,...
Understanding Flooring Adhesive Terminology – Part I

Understanding Flooring Adhesive Terminology – Part I

By: Seth Gladden, Director of Marketing, Taylor Adhesives  https://tayloradhesives.com As appeared in The Flooring Specialist magazine:  https://cfitheflooringspecialist.com/ The North American flooring adhesives market is estimated to reach $1.1 billion dollars by...

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For the Love of Concrete

For the Love of Concrete

February is the Valentine month, so it seems fitting to talk about the thing we truly love at ISE Logik … concrete. But most people really don’t know the story of concrete. It’s the story of civilization, itself. Let’s get to the basics: what is concrete? Most people...

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Common myths about concrete moisture and mitigation

Common myths about concrete moisture and mitigation

Q: How did you become an expert in moisture mitigation in concrete? A: In my 20+ years as a flooring claims investigator and my role since then as founder and principal of ISE Logik, I’ve encountered a lot of misconceptions about moisture and concrete. (In fact, some...

Condensation – What is it. Why is it there. How to deal with it.

Condensation – What is it. Why is it there. How to deal with it.

Condensation occurs when air, saturated with water vapor, reaches a dew point temperature. When this temperature is reached, moisture forms on the surface of an object, resulting in what we know as condensation. Meteorologists use dew points to describe how much...