The vast majority of pieces of furniture, fittings, and fixtures are typically manufactured in mass quantities using a relatively consistent method that is customized for specific styles and results. On the other hand, the production of Carpet Tiles not only symbolically but also literally breaks this mold. Carpet Tiles can be laid in any pattern, which allows them to be used in virtually any space.
Even when compared to the production of traditional Carpet Tiles rolls, the making of Hand Tufted Carpets tiles is quite a complicated process. This is due, in no small part, to the fact that there must be a perfect match between the upper fabric material and the lower underlay material that is used to affix the tile to the floor. This is a requirement that must be met in order for the tile to be successfully attached to the floor.
This is the process that takes the high-quality raw materials and uses them to make carpet tiles that are durable, dependable, and efficient.
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The first few stages of manufacturing Carpet Tiles are exactly the same as those utilized in the manufacturing of any other kind of carpet, regardless of whether that carpet is woven in the conventional manner, has a knotted pile, is tufted, or is manufactured using any other method that is capable of mass production.
Given the reduced dimensions, the first thing that you need to do is determine the material that you will need to use to stabilize the tile. Because commercial carpet tiles rolls are typically around 2 meters wide, it will be simple to make tiles that are either 50 centimeters by 50 centimeters or 100 centimeters by 100 centimeters utilizing the same roll of carpet. This is because the width of a carpet flooring roll is typically around 2 meters.
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The attachment of a sturdy, multi-layered backing to the carpet material is the next step in the production of a high-quality tile. This step comes after the attachment of the carpet material. This is done to give the tile more weight and stability, in addition to providing protection against the effects of being exposed to materials that are either extremely hot or extremely cold.
The first thing that needs to be done is to spread out an even layer of fine bitumen adhesive, which is also referred to as the "wedding" layer
This is typically achieved by employing a roller system and maintaining a constant supply of liquid bitumen in the work environment
The layer referred to as the "wedding" layer is the layer that is used to join two separate asphalt pieces together
Fiberglass that has been melted and woven into a layer of fabric
Following the application of the first layer of bitumen, a cover made of fiberglass is then sloppily placed on top of the bitumen, which is followed by the application of a second layer of bitumen, which results in the stable spine of the Carpet Tile. Following this step, a cover fleece is laminated onto the tile carpet, and batch numbers and laying directions are printed on the cover.
This is the general composition, but the precise nature of the various layers can change depending on the material that is being used. The back layer is composed of a fleece cover that is attached to the underside, as well as a cover made of fiberglass that is fused between the two layers of bitumen glue. In its entirety, this is the composition.
Certain softer piles call for a great deal more structural support on the underneath, whereas certain harder piles can get away with less of it. In addition, the particular application for the Carpet Tile can result in the underside being modified with a variety of additional components, such as a rubber non-slip backing or waterproofing, depending on what is required. This is due to the fact that softer piles call for an increased amount of structural support on the reverse side.
Modifying the Tiles by Making Cuts in Them
The very last thing that needs to be done is to cut the tile roll into the specific dimensions and configurations that are required for each individual consumer. In the majority of cases, this is accomplished with the assistance of laser technology and a rolling knife that cuts through the webbing from below.
Due to the fact that this is the most common type, this size and shape is typically in the form of squares measuring 50 centimeters by 50 centimeters; however, other sizes and shapes are available on request.
The last step, but certainly not the least important one, is to pack the tiles in boxes, give them labels, and store them in a warehouse until they are ready to be shipped to customers all over the country who are interested in replacing the tiles in their own homes.